Your Sainthood

By Alyssa Bormes As a teacher, when your students do well, you just beam with pride—not the pride that you have done anything, but that they have done it. Today let me tell you about Hannah. She [...]

Dating Jesus

By Angie Koenig Like many young girls, I had issues as a kid accepting that I was made beautiful and called beloved by our Creator. I hid from God’s truth and my choices paid the price. Then, as [...]

God’s answer isn’t always what it seems.

By Sharon Wilson “And whatever you ask in my name, I will do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If you ask anything of me in my name, I will do it.” John 14:14   At the [...]

Living a Eucharistic Life

By Karen Sheehy     Eucharista, the Greek word for thanksgiving, is what we, as Catholics, celebrate every time we attend Mass. There, united with the saints and angels, we participate in [...]

Casting out the roots of bitterness

CASTING OUT THE ROOTS OF BITTERNESS: Luke 17 By Sarah Christmyer They say forgiveness is easy, until you have something to forgive. And if the reason for that hurt continues—if the person [...]

The truth will set you free

By Sharon Wilson   On April 5, 1993, we lost our son to Sudden Infant Death. The anniversary of his death has so many emotions attached to it.  Jordan, who’s twin sister Courtney were long [...]

Breaker or Teacher?

By Heidi Hess Saxton   Jesus said, “… whoever breaks one of the least of these commandments and teaches others to do so will be called least in the Kingdom of heaven. But whoever [...]

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