Today in celebration of St. Ignatius’s Feast Day (#FindIggy @.loyolapress.com) and in collaboration with other amazing Catholic moms http://www.catholicmom.com, I have decided to share my own “Small Successes” for this week! 1. Summer course at Boston College- completed, grade in and transcript sent to Loyola Chicago … Continue reading Small Success Thursday : God is in the Details
“The Eucharist is not something we do simply to commemorate what Jesus did for us. Rather it is something that Christ does for us, filling us with grace and nourishing us with His own life. Let us live the Eucharist, in a spirit of joy and concern for all our brothers and sisters in need”.… Continue reading Invited to: Work 6 & and Rest One..It’s a Family thing!
“Receive, Lord, all my liberty, my memory, my understanding and my whole will. You have given me all that I have, all that I am, and I surrender all to your divine will, that you dispose of me. Give me only your love and your grace. With this I am rich enough, and I have… Continue reading EXAMEN-ing My Day
As my BC classmate Olga has so beautifully spoken, now is the time that we realize the joy in "unpacking the treasures of our faith". In devoting long hours of reading, writing, and contemplating the lived experience of the US Latino/a, we have discovered more of our own journeys as well.… Continue reading Unpacking The Treasures of Our Faith
Today as I prepared for leading Children's Liturgy, I wanted the children to consider some of the ways that we too nourish the soil in our hearts to allow God's Word to grow in our lives. It isn't simply that God's Word is spoken, and we can choose to accept it or not. There is… Continue reading Sowing seeds: How is your soil prepared?
"Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us rid ourselves of every burden and sin that clings to us* and persevere in running the race that lies before us" Heb 12:1 Today as I began my class at BC, all I could think about as we went round the circle… Continue reading A Great Cloud of Witnesses
While theology may be a verb, my initial inclination to begin this blog…let’s just say has been less than active. 🙂 With that being said, I awoke early this morning with my heart burning to embark on this journey with you-to share my thoughts, prayers and hopes as a Catholic woman of faith. Today, I… Continue reading Made to Love