Dear Blessed Joseph, What a wondrous gift you were (are) to Mary… to Jesus… to us! God knew how much Mary and Jesus needed you … Your love Your protection Your kindness, your faith, your strength and your courage. How humble you are How filled with love How hidden and selfless was your role. How
“I am all yours, and all that I have is yours, O most loving Jesus, through Mary, your most holy Mother” (True Devotion, 233). DAY 14 of 33: SECTION 2: Contemplate the Our Father as we take St. Maximilian Kolbe as our guide. Action: 1. Resolve to pray a complete set of mysteries of the
The Advent wreath is one of my favorite traditions and devotions. I have wonderful memories of each of my children’s eyes sparkling in anticipation and love as they were entrusted with lighting the candles. Often, the traditional prayers for the Advent wreath have been replaced or left unsaid. In the beginning, we had tried to pray
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!
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