But we know it’s Jesus

By Lynda MacFarland     As we approach Good Friday, I am sharing meditations for the Sorrowful Mysteries that may be hard to read and contemplate, but I think we need to endeavor to deeply [...]

Not Getting LENT Down

What grand plans I make every Lent hoping to make each day jam-packed with spiritual practices! Morning prayer Scripture reading Daily Mass Family rosary Liturgy of the Hours Along with those I [...]


By Sharon Wilson   The Netflix series Tidying Up with Maria Kondo has been sweeping (pardon the pun) the internet and prompting people to clean house and get rid of excess junk.  It might be [...]

The Best Laid Plans

By Angie Koenig   I really like making to do lists. I love planning out daily tasks, and I really love scheduling out my week hour by hour.   I am a woman who has the best intentions, lofty [...]

God’s Love and Mercy Have No Boundaries!

By Karen Sheehy       In today’s first reading from the book of Jonah, we find this previously reluctant prophet going to Nineveh (in modern day Syria) “according to the Lord’s [...]

Embracing the Gifts of God, Instead of Worrying about the Next Cross

By Allison Gingras Fear and anxiety often overshadow my life. I tease that the title of my next book will be, Waiting for the Other Shoe to Fall. Sure. I trust and love God; and I try hard to be [...]

Our Fast Track to Easter Alleluias

By Kate Anderson   The only thing to ever come between me and an after-school snack was Ash Wednesday. O happy second grader, you delighted to pour a bowl of cereal for yourself that [...]

Jesus Knows Actually Where and How to Find Us

By Allison Gingras Jesus meets us where we are. Before Sunday’s 11-hour airport experience, I’d only considered this statement with regards to my spiritual life. My weekend encounters [...]

King of Hearts

By Deborah Kendrick     Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me and know my anxious thoughts; And see if there be any hurtful way in me, And lead me in the everlasting way.    Psalm 130: [...]