Monthly Archives: July 2012

Last Hoorah!

Today, my husband was off of work.  We went out to lunch at the Rusty Pelican.  The kids love to get the bottled Abita Root Beer there.  We love their crab cakes as they are the best around! Afterward, we … Continue reading

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There is Hope

If you or someone you know has suffered abuse as a child or a trauma that has followed you into adulthood, please consider “Hope for Healing from the Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse.”  The tips listed within will help you … Continue reading

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My Back to School Bulletin Board

Working on it:)  Getting Excited!

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Reflection for Sunday’s Readings, July 29, 2012

Readings for Sunday, July 29, 2012 Hello to my friends in the Philippines and around the world!  I’m praying for you tonight! May The Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make his face to shine upon you, … Continue reading

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More about What Makes Us Unique

Yesterday, I began explaining some of the things that people often misunderstand about the Catholic Faith.  Today, I will continue with some topics that I hope will interest someone out there! Where do Catholics get purgatory from?  The bible only … Continue reading

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Misunderstood

A friend of mine was telling me about a friend of hers who had left the Catholic Church years ago.  The woman asked my friend, “Do you know what the Catholic Church believes  _________?”  My friend answered, “That’s not what … Continue reading

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Reflection for Sunday’s Gospel, July 22, 2012

Readings for Sunday, July 22, 2012 As I read and pondered the readings for this Sunday, I had many thoughts cross my mind: In the first reading, as the prophet Jeremiah writes, “Woe to the shepherds who mislead and scatter … Continue reading

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My Summer in Pictures

My dad’s birthday (at the end of July) always signals the end of summer for me – time to start making preparations to go back to teaching.  I love my job.  Still, it’s a complete mixture of emotions – happiness, … Continue reading

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Pepsi Boycott Update

You may have heard this already.    I wrote a post months ago about boycotting Pepsi Co. for using aborted baby cells to test flavor enhancers.  Well, there is great news!  The boycotting was effective!  Lifenews.com and The National Catholic Register … Continue reading

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Reflection for Today’s Gospel, Sunday, July 15, 2012

Today’s Readings In Mark’s gospel today, Jesus tells his apostles to go out to spread the good news.  He tells them to take VERY little.  He also tells them to share His message, but if people didn’t listen – they … Continue reading

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