Little Talks with God by St Catherine of Siena edited by Henry Carrigan Jr. Any book about St Catherine of Siena will catch my attention. I hope someday Mel Gibson will make a film about her. Because I believe that many women will see her as a fireball of strength. Talk about feminism in the… Read More Little Talks with God
I learned about this book by mention on the Jennifer Fulweiler’s show. It caught my attention because it had to do with addiction and recovery. Once I started reading it, I was hooked. It’s a raw memoir from John Carmichael. He recounts his life from childhood through finding his way out of addiction by becoming… Read More Drunks and Monks
My parish, St. Timothy, installed a relics chapel. We are blessed to have it. I don’t know any other parish who has one. At first when I hard they were installing one, I thought well it’s probably going to have all the big players – St Timothy, St Paul, probably some from St. Francis, St.… Read More Chapel relic
There is something I would like to share, but feel a little concerned on how to express it. Quite frankly, I don’t even know what to call it. It has to do with married women with children and all other women. With social media as the daily recognition, you can’t help but view stories or… Read More I am Woman and I can roar too!
From October through first week of January I had been on a roll baking and cooking. I am a fan of cooking shows and love finding recipes on Pinterest. This Fall/Winter I decided to bake new recipes that were based on the holiday or religious observance. Here are my creations: For Dia de los Muertos. … Read More Food Somber
Around the time of Thanksgiving, I felt a shift surrounding my husband and I. Like the age we are set in, my husband is 52 and I just turned 47, has reached something but I don’t know what. And also like the root of our marriage was set deeper. I’m trying my best to explain… Read More Shifting Gears
My sorrow, my sorrow Oh my God, why It seems more often These veils of illusion Come to wreck our ties And why Dear Lord As much effort that I give Trickery, deceit, confusion play to strive For the one who should’ve known better Allowed the doubt to thrive So now I ask you Lord,… Read More Bonds in Your Care