No great love than this

Yesterday I wrote an entry about St. Maximilian Kolbe who gave up his life so another might live. Yesterday, another priest gave up his life for a stranger. #JamesMartin, editor of America Magazine, likened Father Giuseppe Berardelli to the beloved saint and called him a "martyr for charity." One who gives up one's life for … Continue reading No great love than this

God’s Grace Is Enough

There are times when we become more aware that God's grace is all we truly need to get us through a crisis, emergency, or a tough period on life that seems never ending. Tough Times Call For...Faith in God's Grace My husband deployed to war zones several times in his life as a Soldier in … Continue reading God’s Grace Is Enough

Most High and Glorious God…

Here is the first part of my mini-retreat talk at Nellis Air Force Base a couple of weeks ago. The first two installments were posted yesterday and the day before so you can go back and read them if you didn't check in earlier this week! I began with a prayer attributed to St. Francis … Continue reading Most High and Glorious God…

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

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