Do you craft? Does your group?


If you like them, and if you do them but still are looking for inspiration, don’t forget one of our favorites – Lacy over at catholic icing. If you have your own page, blog or…

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What is your “Battle of Leponto”?


With the Feast of the Our Lady of the Rosary just past, many of us know its history. As a quick refresher, this naval battle between the Holy League (a group of Catholics) and the…

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Just had an idea, on this first Monday of October –


The first Monday of October always heralds the opening of our Supreme Court. This session seems to be more important than ever as it includes another case dealing with abortion. By God’s providence, while waiting for…

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Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows


It is most appropriate that this feast follows the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross. We need to be reminded that no matter what sadness, trial or pain we are enduring, we are triumphant…

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Memorare Army from Benedictine College. A new campaign starts today!


Twice in one day!?! I know, you don’t hear from me in months and now 2x! But, what I have to share is timely and important. As many of you know, our dear friend Joan…

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Happy Birthday, Momma Mary!


How are you going to celebrate your Mother Mary’s birthday? Are you planning on having dessert after dinner tonight? Are you going to say a Rosary as a family? This year’s celebration is more poignant…

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Happy Summer! How have you been?


Happiness is secured by virtue, it is a good attained by man’s own will. –St. Thomas More Happy Feast Day to this saintly husband, father, eloquent lawyer and defender of the Faith. I know it’s…

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Happy Feast of St. Joseph – which St. Joseph do you need?


Free gift 🙂 included…… In finishing up the novena to St. Joseph, my family will be praying his litany tonight as a part of our family prayer such as you can find over at https://www.ewtn.com/search…

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Happy Feast of St. Katharine Drexel – what is your purpose in life?


Being as close to Philadelphia as I am, St. Katharine’s feast day is obligatory. She, along with her parents, are remembered for their philanthropy and kindness to everyone who came to their front door. It…

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We are deep into Lent but it’s never too late to start!


One of the best parts of being a Catholic Christian is that God welcomes us at whatever moment we say ‘yes’. We are assured of this welcome from the promise of the parable of the…

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