Accompaniment, Reconciliation, Uncategorized

Worth Revisiting:Walking a Mile With Another

How often are we quick to judge someone who we see as disagreeable, strongly opinionated or assertive? Feeling our own sense of pride offended, and leaving indignant we frequently proceed to telling others or instead harbor that annoyance within. Yet, neither of these options can be understood as beneficial either to our relationships or to… Continue reading Worth Revisiting:Walking a Mile With Another

Contemplation & Spirituality, Embracing the Ordinary

Moving Forward: With One Foot on the Gas

If you are reading this you might be thinking to yourself… Well where else would my foot be? Let’s start with the fact that I am by nature a problem anticipator. Typically, my feet are moving forward and mentally I seek to be two or three steps ahead to better assess where I need to… Continue reading Moving Forward: With One Foot on the Gas

Conversion, Worth Revisiting

Worth Revisting: Conversion-This Journey of a Lifetime

Some time ago, I had promised to share my own story of conversion to the Catholic faith. The anecdote, if you will, of how a young Southern Baptist girl found herself walking in the doors of a Catholic church and leaving forever changed... Freshman year at Mount Holyoke College was an exciting time of rigorous… Continue reading Worth Revisting: Conversion-This Journey of a Lifetime

Book Review, Saints

Worth Revisiting-The Story of St. John Paul II: A Boy Who Became Pope

As a backdrop, I would be remiss if I also did not share the infinitely amusing ways God continues to make his presence known in my life and how I obtained my current copy of this book.  To my delightful surprise one Sunday, the Pauline sisters visited my home parish of St. Peter’s in Plymouth.… Continue reading Worth Revisiting-The Story of St. John Paul II: A Boy Who Became Pope

#Discipleship, Evangelization

Called to be Courageous

“…we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.  And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us. Romans 5:3-5 With the Easter season upon us, once again my thoughts turn to the witness of the disciples and experience… Continue reading Called to be Courageous