You Can’t Put Beauty In a Box 

by Joelle Maryn   “You are beautiful in every way my friend, there is no flaw in you”  ~ Song of Songs 4:7 MIRROR, MIRROR  I don’t know many women who look in the mirror and see no flaws. [...]

AM I WORTHY?

By Lori Ubowski   Parables are my jam. I have always loved hearing these fascinating stories Jesus told his listeners. As a child, I even watched a few animated series that brought the [...]

Classmates with Christ

By Lucy Johnson As students head back to school this fall, those who are attending virtual or remote seem to miss seeing their classmates in-person most of all. Classmates are special. The Gospel [...]

Willing to Change Our Mind

By Katie Taylor   Matthew’s Gospel (21:28-32) challenges me to think, what is genuine obedience? Can we say no and then later change our minds? And do I believe growth and change are [...]

I Ain’t No Saint

By Sharon Wilson   We are all to strive to sainthood, but I am not sure I will ever make it. In looking at the virtues infused into our great battery of saints, many seem unattainable in my [...]

The Benefits of Giving a Day to the Lord

By Allison Gingras Remember when Sundays were sacred? The Catechism of the Catholic Church reminds us they still are. “On Sundays and other holy days of obligation, the faithful are to [...]

I Wonder (Pondering Jesus’ Childhood)

By Alyssa Bormes Sometimes I wonder what Jesus and John the Baptist did as kids. Sometimes I have wondered about it so much that I started a list of questions; I just found the list. Some of [...]

Jesus Has the Wheel

By Teresa Tomeo     At once Jesus spoke to them, “Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.” ~Matthew 14:27  “Calgon take me away.”  If you are not old enough to remember those words [...]

He’s Not Ignoring You

by Lindsay Schlegel   At first glance, it seems that Jesus is ignoring the Canaanite woman who calls out to Him to heal her daughter in today’s Gospel reading. I don’t think I’m alone in [...]

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