The last words a person says before dying are cherished by those who care for him or her. They are always remembered and reflect upon, since they reveal what that individual considered to be truly important. During someone’s final moments, the little time and energy left are dedicated to addressing what is most precious in […]
Author Archive: Allison Gingras
Allison Gingras, founder www.ReconciledToYou.com (RTY); and host of A Seeking Heart on BreadboxMedia.com weekdays 10 am ET. Allison is an writer and inspirational speaker. She is a contributing author in "The Catholic Mom's Prayer Companion" and the "Created to Relate" Journal and Author of the CareNote from Abbey Press entitled, "Being a Good Enough Parent". She presents the Catholic faith lived in the ordinary of everyday life through her experiences and humor.
Every Lent, I spend some time contemplating how I might devote more time to prayer, fasting, or almsgiving. These habits I work on throughout these forty days of Lent have had remarkable sticking power in the past. Even though I pray every day and often, I wondered if learning more about prayer would help me […]
The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack. (Psalm 23:1) What could a shepherd possibly provide me that would leave me lacking of nothing? Though familiar with this famous psalm, it was not until recently that I started to recognize it as a lesson in trust, which is something I seriously struggle to […]