Monthly Archives: September 2014
9-11 means a lot of different things to people. Everyone has a story of where they were on that day. I just happen to be one of those people who spent 45 days smack dab in the middle of the pain, agony, and destruction of 9-11. On 9-11 I was stationed at a large intel […]
I am going to be honest, lately, I have really been struggling to read prominent Catholic bloggers. It does not matter where they sit on the spectrum of “spirit of Vatican II” to rad trad. In the Catholic blogosphere, the writers have almost created their own Magisterium. As I read various blogs, I find myself […]
For some of you who have been reading my blog off and on for months, you may have noticed a shift in focus in my writing. Yes, my writing is sporadic. I am a wife, mother, Lay Dominican, and now, a full-time graduate student in Theology. So my time is limited. The shift you will […]
It is Friday, be sure to fast and pray for the persecuted. Check out Help Nasara to give alms. God bless you!
Originally posted on Domestic Vocation:
ISIS has been in the news again, and it brings to mind the people who are being persecuted for their faith throughout the Middle East. I’ve written before about a grassroots effort to help those Christians (and others) who are being driven from their ancient homelands in the wake of…
As I was folding laundry this afternoon, I began to pray the intentions for my Rosary. I did not get far because I began to contemplate the horrors Christians and other minority groups in Syria and Iraq are facing today. It’s not just a Middle Eastern problem. Islamists like ISIS or ARAQ, are setting up […]