Lift Up Your Eyes

Yesterday was a very enlightening day for me. I started off by attending an inspiring, energizing talk by a a wonderful sister in Christ. She talked about anxiety, depression, and lots of other behavioral health issues that her family has experienced over the years. It was compelling, certainly, to listen to, and then uplifting to … Continue reading Lift Up Your Eyes

“Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”*

Did you watch Sunday's Super Bowl half-time show? I'll bet if you didn't see it live you watched at least a portion of it later on YouTube or some other social media site because LOTS of people were talking about it immediately afterwards and on Monday morning it was hard to ignore. I was dismayed … Continue reading “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”*

Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul

Today the Church celebrates the conversion of Saul of Tarsus. He becomes Paul the Apostle and he pretty much helps change the trajectory and the mission of the Way - (Christians). Paul gets that ALL nations should worship the one true King, Jesus Christ. It's in the Old Testament, too, if you care to look. … Continue reading Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul

Live, Serve, Embrace Life

I have been a part of the San Diego Walk for Life planning committee since last July. Today was our walk. Please read my post from the SDWL 2020 blog on their website to understand some of the reasons why I am a pro-life woman. I have met so many compassionate, loving, non-judgmental, selfless, and … Continue reading Live, Serve, Embrace Life

With a little help from our friends (reblog)

Here's the link to a re-blog from 2017. It's the same account but from the Gospel of Mark instead of Luke (the synoptic Gospels - Matthew, Mark, & Luke - often have versions of similar stories). I was reminded of my thoughts on the paralyzed man being lowered down through the ceiling today while at … Continue reading With a little help from our friends (reblog)