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Being holy in the way God asks you to be holy

Being holy in the way God asks you to be holy

1. “You must be holy in the way God asks you to be holy. God does not ask you to be a Trappist Monk or a hermit. He wills that you sanctify your everyday life.” — St. Vincent Palotti So true. We can live a sanctifying life right where we are....
Divine Mercy Monday

Divine Mercy Monday

Yesterday was Divine Mercy Sunday, and for me, I did a lot of reflecting on God’s merciful love for me — and how my husband shows me that love and mercy, too. This week, I’m going to be thinking about how I can be the face of mercy to others in my life — to my...
Jesus’ Dread & Consolation: The Divine Mercy Novena

Jesus’ Dread & Consolation: The Divine Mercy Novena

I was recording the audio version of the Divine Mercy Novena (did you know you can pray with me like that??) earlier this week, and a lot of the prayer struck me as very appropriate to contemplate during this Holy Week. The Divine Mercy Novena prayers were given to...
Holy Week Reads

Holy Week Reads

“Take a look now at Calvary. Jesus has died and there is as yet no sign of his glorious triumph. It is a good time to examine how much we really want to live as Christians, to be holy. Here is our chance to react against our weaknesses with an act of faith. We...
How St. Joseph Prepared Jesus for Calvary {and more}

How St. Joseph Prepared Jesus for Calvary {and more}

This week’s notable reads: 1. “Jesus was the son of a carpenter. All through his childhood, he heard the echo of the hammer on the nails. But he also knew what it was to be surrounded by the love of his father. Those hours in the workshop prepared him for...