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Light of the World

Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall name him Emmanuel, which means “God is with us.”   from Sunday’s gospel reading  (12/18/16)  Mathew 1: 18-24 My advent obsession is linked below- a song by Lauren … Continue reading

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Splitting. Compartmentalizing. There is a real struggle in our world today among Christians trying to live in the world that has descended into chaos and a great moral abyss.  I see many “splitting.” It has gotten so uncomfortable to stand … Continue reading

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Excita, Domine, Potentiam Tuam, et Veni!

       Stir (up) thy might, O Lord, and come! The winds of change are blowing strong. There’s the change of seasons – the changing of the leaves in the Deep South and the first snowfalls in the far North. There’s … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Prepare for Christ’s Coming this Advent

Please read my current post on NOLA Catholic Experience. Have a blessed Sunday!

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Just Thinking Out Loud

Many of you probably think that I’ve dropped off of the planet, or ridden off into the sunset or something.  I’ve (unintentionally – or maybe intentionally) taken a break from writing – at least at my “Catholic Working Mom” blog.  … Continue reading

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Prepare the Way

We’ve finished all of our shopping, baked the cupcakes to celebrate Jesus’ birthday, mailed all of our cards, been to confession, wrapped all of the presents…Today preparing the way will involve cleaning the house, so that we may enjoy it … Continue reading

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A Favorite Meditation

One of my favorite meditations is “time traveling” in my mind to the story of Jesus birth as recounted in Luke’s gospel – the second chapter.  After the birth of Jesus, I insert myself into the scene.   Try this: Read … Continue reading

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