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I Wish My Religion Will Stop Comparing Me to St. Mary Just Because I am a Mother.

This post will come off as a rant. And I apologize in advance. I just can’t help myself.

Several posts ago, I declared myself a… 1,753 more words


Travelling the Path of Prayer: Sing, Dance, Praise, & Love

Saint of the Day:  Teresa of Jesus
Mother of the Spiritual Life

Spanish, b. 1515, d. 1582

Virgin; mystic; foundress of 17 Carmelite convents; friend of several saints of her time, including John of the Cross; the first woman named Doctor of the Church… 623 more words

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Papal Visit: Evening Prayer in NYC

In his own words:
Excerpts from Pope Francis’ Homily
during Vespers at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, NYC

“There is a cause for rejoicing here,” although “you may for a time have to suffer the distress of many trials” (1 Pet 1:6).

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In God's Time

Saint of the Day:  Monica

North Africa, b. circa 322, d. 387

while young, she developed an addiction to wine, but overcame the tendency (which Augustine writes about in… 189 more words

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Francis: My Holy Conundrum by Linda Pinto

Chicago enjoys a long history of women whose voices echo a call for dignity and equality.

Jane Addams was a pioneer American-settlement social worker,  749 more words


News Coverage of the 08-22-15 Nationwide Pro-Life Demonstrations

[UPDATED 09-01-15]

The Pro-Life Action League now reports that more than 78,000 people demonstrated at 354 of the nearly 700 Planned Parenthood clinics and offices around the country last Saturday. 1,354 more words

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