What I Read in January

What I Read in January

Twelve Books! This is five books over my new monthly foal and almost a record. A trip to the used book store, a sudden desire to re-read a favorite childhood series, and extra time available due to the holidays made this feat possible. The Fifth Witness by Michael...
On the Feast of Stephen

On the Feast of Stephen

This was my last post for the Diocesan.com Inspire Daily feature of the MyParish app.  I appreciated the opportunity but ultimately had to cut back on some commitments because life is hard, y’all.  You can find all my Inspire Daily posts here. Yesterday was a...
What Dreams May Come

What Dreams May Come

Modern dream interpretation is based on psychology and our understanding of the unconscious mind. If I were going to take a shot at interpreting Nebuchadnezzar’s dream as Daniel does in today’s first reading, I would suggest that he fears the loss of his power, that...
Spirit-Led Sabbath

Spirit-Led Sabbath

When I was a little girl I read all the Little House on the Prairie books over and over. I remember being deeply impressed by the rules for Sabbath behavior back in those days. Not only was nonessential work forbidden, any sort of fun was too. Children who resisted...
What I Read in September

What I Read in September

Deep into dealing with William’s first semester at the University of Tennessee, I would not have made my goal if my choices had been more ambitious!  But I managed seven this month. Fat Luther, Slim Pickin’s by Marcia Lane-McGee and Shannon Wimp Schmidt...
Preparing the Way

Preparing the Way

God delights in us because He loves us. We do not need to do anything to earn His love—in fact, there is nothing we COULD do to earn it. But how can we thank him? How can we praise Him? How can we share this gift of love with others? Read the rest at the link below or...
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