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: Suellen Brewster
Suellen Brewster is a middle-aged wife and mother, secretary, happy "revert" to the Catholic faith, and most importantly, beloved daughter of the Father. She writes from her home outside of Buffalo, NY where the long winters invite souls into quiet, prayer and reflection.
In an age of rapidly increasing technology, mass higher education, and increasing prosperity it would appear that our lives are forever getting better. Our society is more well informed and well pampered than ever before. Our once simple lives have become more fancy, more fabulous! Every event, institution and organization we are involved in performs […]
During World War II, all of the men, women, and children who were not enlisted in the military knew that they were still an integral part of the fight. By running factories, living frugally, and keeping morale up, the folks left behind bravely fought the battle on the homefront. Though we are not living in […]
A voice is heard in Ramah, lamenting and weeping bitterly: it is Rachel weeping for her children, refusing to be comforted because they are no more. Matthew 2:18 Yesterday, January 22, 2017, was the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Later this week hundreds of thousands of Americans will march on Washington to express their ongoing […]