I woke up compelled to address Fr. Gabrielle Amorth’s strong words – words that condemned our apathy toward Medjugorje. (See my other articles for an overview of Medjugorje, St. John Paul II’s position, and a reflection on the transitory nature of Mary’s reported appearances). Fr. Amorth was the Chief Exorcist of Rome for 20 years,
Wisdom and Information from a Priest and Survivor of Child Sexual Abuse Regarding the Clergy Abuse Scandal
This priest is a survivor of abuse himself. I wanted to share this extremely important, informative and wise video. May it be a grace to you: https://youtu.be/U0LchOn3vs4
St. Monica, pray for us, for the lost sons and shepherds of the Church and for all who have strayed!I love the depth of love and prayer that is captured in this image, so I wanted to share it with you… along with information about her, some beautiful wisdom by Bishop Barron and words written
I fell in love with Our Lady of Fatima as a little girl. On this the Feast of Our Lady — in great love for the gift we have been given — I share a detailed outline of the messages and events that took place nearly 100 years ago. Because the significance of these events is
Day 5 Readings and Prayers for St. Louis de Montfort's 33 Day of Consecration to Jesus through Mary – An Online Guide
Readings and Prayers for St. Louis-Marie de Montfort’s Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary 12 Days of Preparation renouncing the spirit of the world Praying over and reading Christ’s Teaching Praying with the Heart Examining our conscience Learning about Mary’s place in God’s plan Day 5 of 33: Meditate on Imitation of Christ, by Thomas á Kempis:
I love these late Advent weekdays! I love praying the O’ Antiphons, one of the riches in the immense treasury of prayers that the Church gives to us to prepare our hearts for Jesus’ coming. Today, we are called to pray with Mary and all the faithful ones of Israel who eagerly awaited and prayed
Two Lost Souls Profoundly United and Saved by Our Lady of Medjugorje – The Beautiful Love Story of Jim and Kathryn Jennings
I recently had the gift of listening to Kathryn Jennings’ testimony. It was incredibly moving. In it, she spoke of many things, but ultimately it was a profoundly beautiful testament of love. Love of God – Who not only died on the Cross, but, continues tirelessly in any and all ways to save us –
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.
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