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Meaningful Music: WHERE I BELONG by Building 429

Life is hard—there’s no question. Whether it’s small day-to-day struggles, or major traumatic experiences such as losing a loved one, this world can be a confusing place. 346 more words

Catholic Cemeteries Association

Today Would've Marked 18 Wedded Years

Today should have been my 18th wedding anniversary with my husband. I write the words “should have been” in Italics because my human mind and desires compel me to write it so, although my spiritual self humbly recognizes that only God himself writes the stories of our lives. 1,442 more words


St.Padre Pio and the Our Lady of Fatima pilgrim statue

It has been told that Padre Pio prayed daily to a pictured shrine of Our Lady of Fatima within his San Giovanni Rotundo monastery. In 1959 a Pilgrim Virgin Fatima statue visited Italy. 193 more words


What I Read: Catching Up With the Quarterly Review


“Balancing in Heels” by Kristin Cavallari

As you can tell with a quick glance, July was a much needed “brain-break.”  Coming off of Bishop Barron’s “Catholicism” book ( 1,028 more words



“The soul is like an uninhabited world that comes to life only when God lays His head against us.”

St. Thomas Aquinas


A Kristin Lavransdatter Baptism

If Kristin Lavransdatter is any indication, in the history of Christendom, baptism was a Pretty Big Deal, and not for the heirloom gown or the pastel cupcakes. 1,012 more words