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Wedding Vows Revisited

We were married in late September 1975 in a small Catholic church in the New Jersey suburbs of Philadelphia. It was one of those steamy Indian summer Saturday mornings that hang around, wearing out their welcome, before the brisk, crisp notes of fall arrive in October. 1,102 more words

Sacrament Of Marriage

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness - 2017

Today is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day but the entire month of October is devoted to Infant Loss Remembrance. James and I feel very blessed and grateful to be the parents of five young adult sons (ages 18-30). 605 more words

Catholicity

redeemed

“You don’t know me, you don’t know my life. You have no idea what I have tasted.”

I sat back in my chair and listened to Brian Butler simulate what he believes most teens would think and even say when first presented with certain truths that come along with the Theology of the Body. 816 more words

“You don’t run. But you’re more than able.”

This is a quote from a book I’m reading called Running Like a Girl. It was said by the author’s dad, who ran marathons. 776 more words

Catholic Exchange: Men Are in Desperate Need of the Church

I realize that I didn’t post my Catholic Exchange piece from last week to the blog. Here it is:

Our culture launches a brutal assault against men. 645 more words

Catholic Church

Healthy Bodies

I’m throwing myself into this running devotional since my friend needs to start the week after next. So all of my time has been dedicated to finding the best scripture for each day, writing a reflection on it, thinking of questions, etc. 773 more words

Our Human Experience

Since I’m trying to learn more about John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, it makes sense to read it, right?

There are a lot of good books and resources about TOB that aren’t written by JP2. 602 more words