I am happy to report that I had a very productive week! I crossed almost everything on the list and then some. I love weeks like these. Okay, here’s how it looked:
1. Continue reading the gospel of Luke five minutes per day.
2. Pray the rosary each day with Andrew.
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In yesterday’s Theological Thursday post I talked about the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. In today’s 7 Quick Takes I want to share just a few Scripture readings about the Eucharist for you to pray over.
1. Psalm 110:4 (Foreshadowing the Eucharist)
2. Exodus 29:38-39 (Foreshadowing the
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If you have been following the novena to the Holy Spirit for Pentecost, you know we have been praying for the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit. As a sort of conclusion to the novena, and for those who didn’t participate in the novena, here is a summary of the gifts
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This is a re-post of another very popular post for Lent:
Want to spend some time praying the scriptures this Lent, but don’t know where to start? The Liturgy is wrought with meaningful verses to encourage us to deepen our understanding of the Lord’s sacrifice, to open
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For a long time now, I have felt called to make a greater effort in honoring the Lord’s day. All of us are busy, I’m no exception. School (homeschooling or not), work, and obligations crowd our days and often our evenings. We make the effort to pray, to keep our hearts and minds
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I posted my first video to YouTube recently. It is a little encouragement from Isaiah 43: 1-4. I pray that this little video touches your heart.
(P. S. I look so serious, don”t I! I didn’t mean to, but I was nervous doing my first live video. I was going to re-do
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Monday is the memorial of Saint John Bosco, who was a great friend and defender of the youth and an outstanding educator. You can watch a short Youtube video that I found about his life here. (WP won’t let me embed the video for some reason. )
In his honor, I want to
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This post is dedicated to my Aunt Miriam who passed away this Sunday. She was one of the first people to encourage me to read the bible and to dedicate my heart to Jesus. I loved her and miss her dearly. She loved God and understood His great love for us. And we all know
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“Then Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, answered them, ‘Leaders of the people and elders: If we are being examined today about a good deed done to a cripple, namely, by what means he was saved, then all of you and all the people of Israel should know that it was in the The Holy Name of Jesus: Saints and Scripture Sunday