Reprinted from: https://www.mariancatechist.com/penance-and-reparation/ Prayer Penance and Eucharist…Penance is the second ask of us by Jesus and Mary. Penance and Reparation is aptly described /applied in… Read More »Penance: Penitential and Reparation Acts
“Arise, soldiers of Christ, throw away the works of darkness and put on the armor of light.” Saint CeciliaFeast Day Nov 22nd
Newsletter Archive: Christian Contemplative Prayer v2.0 and a Summary of Prayer in The Christian Life from the Catechism of the Catholic Church
Notes on the Featured art of this Blog Post: The Artistic Drawing that is featured is original art by Leanne Bowen, Etsy, that is a… Read More »Newsletter Archive: Christian Contemplative Prayer v2.0 and a Summary of Prayer in The Christian Life from the Catechism of the Catholic Church
Jesus is here now, right beside you and He Loves you, so, so, very much! … He is with His Mother, who is your Mother, and she cares for you! so, so, very much!
“Walking in the forest, Mary Betty Mom and Dad are ahead, I am here” Ever since I started writing my thoughts down about my current… Read More »Jesus is here now, right beside you and He Loves you, so, so, very much! … He is with His Mother, who is your Mother, and she cares for you! so, so, very much!
In a series of posts I will reflect on the first ask of Mary and Jesus, Prayer. There are many resources on prayer and it… Read More »Prayer: Meditation on the Nativity v. 1.0
and all about a simple way to Sainthood and Praying the Rosary! My sister told me many of my posts, are long to read, and… Read More »Does Saint Therese want us to clean our house?
The Story of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, excerpted from Franciscan Media, complete source reference below. I like this reference because of the historical… Read More »Exaltation of Holy Cross, Feast September 14th
We constantly see pictures of Mary as very regal, but if we picture her as a young woman washing her families clothes, she seems not as distant to our own-selves, destined for great things!
My recent post reflects upon St Therese of Lisieux’s “Little Way.” Taking a deeper dive, what is actually her Little Way? In my post I… Read More »Newsletter Archive: St. Therese Lisieux and God Mindfulness!