Entering into the Mystery

“Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! … For from him and through him and for him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen” (Rom 11: 33-36).

How I Came to Know and Love St. Polycarp – His Life and Martyrdom

First of all, what a name! Polycarp can literally be translated as “many fish” (as poly means “many” and carp means “fish”). Perhaps Polycarp obtained this name because of his great desire to be a “fisher of men” in order to save many souls.  On this feast of St. Polycarp, I wanted to share with

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About Me

Catholic Wife and Mom, Speaker, Teacher and Retreat Leader, MA in Theology

Besides coordinating Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration for my parish, I am an active and sought after retreat leader, teacher and speaker in the Diocese of Wichita, as well as a writer, artist and pilgrim.

I love to spend time with family and friends, as well as go to daily Mass, adore and pray, learn, travel, write and create beautiful things!

I write at Entering into the Mystery, Catholic 365 and Catholic Mom — seeking to inspire through sharing Goodness, Truth and Beauty manifested in the Love, Mercy, Power and Glory of God and Our Blessed Mother.

If you are interested in scheduling me to speak or lead a retreat, please email me at invitemiraclerosary@gmail.com.

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