Monthly Archives: January 2011

Frantic Friday

This morning I thought I’d burst from stress.  It was imperative that I arrive at work early – by 6:50 a.m. I called for my two children repeatedly , and at long last, corralled them into the car for 6:30. … Continue reading

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Try this!

Buy a few pounds of ground turkey/beef at the grocery.  Come home and brown the ground meat before putting it into containers to freeze – about ¾-1lb. per container.  This is a huge time saver for me.  When I’ve had … Continue reading

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A Prayer Everyone Should Know

Two summers ago, I was in Alabama with some friends.  On Sunday, we went to mass at a local Catholic Church.  After the closing prayer, Father asked the congregation if we wanted to do something great.  I thought to myself, … Continue reading

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Our Song

It is my firm belief that God communicates with all of us.  He uses nature, other people, sometimes a voice within, even the radio or media!  Unfortunately, our lives have become so noisy and so busy that we often miss … Continue reading

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Our Need for a “Desert Place”

In reading the gospel of the day with my students these past two weeks, I’ve noticed a recurring theme. The gospel writer, Mark, mentions time and again that Jesus often separated from his apostles, seeking a deserted place to pray.  … Continue reading

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