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{Join the Catholic Wife Community! Every Monday, I post a weekly Catholic Wife, Catholic Life Newsletter over on Patreon that includes a couple recipes to try (we mostly eat a Paleo diet and the recipes are tried & true!), a prayer tip for the week with saint quotes (it’s usually based off of Mass readings and homilies we hear), and links to budget-friendly home decor & fashion finds.

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. I’m the moderator there, and every week, we share our prayer intentions, how we see God working in our lives – and also how we wish He were showing up in times when we’re feeling a little lost, and whatever else is on our hearts and minds. I’d love to see you there!

Here’s how you can join, and here’s this week’s newsletter.}

Here’s this week’s must-reads:

+ A Prayer to Protect Your Family From the Devil

+ “Need an online Catholic pediatrician? I’m open for business on Jan 2 and licensed in 22 states. As a mom of a large family, I am all about practical solutions to health issues from birth to adolescence. Make an appointment or get immediate care on your cell phone or computer.” – Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann, My Catholic Doctor

+ Let Your Husband Love You: The Truth About Sacrifice in Marriage

+ “Everything is sacred when you take time to notice.” — JJ Heller

+ If you’re working on being more joyful in the new year (like I am)… this is a must-read.

+ “Through learning more about TOB (Theology of the Body), I came to appreciate the value we have as human persons in the eyes of God. I used to have the impression that the angels were better than us because they were spiritual beings like God. But as human persons, we have the immense honor of being co-creators with him. Animals and plants reproduce, but they don’t have souls. Angels cannot co-create because they do not have bodies. As humans we are the only ones called to participate in God’s ongoing creation of souls whose destiny is eternal life with him in the joy of Heaven. This is precisely why the Church has something to say about the very act that carries the potential of procreation. Left to our own imperfect passions, we would fall into profanity every time.

But the Incarnation is God’s declaration that He would not leave us alone. His Son entered our world to show us what true Love is, including what it means to offer a complete gift of ourselves to our spouse. As His presence in our world led to our redemption, may His presence in our bedrooms redeem our marriages through sanctifying our sexual love.” — Ann Gundlach

+ Here’s what to do during spiritual dryness, according to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton