Motherhood

Happy Mother’s Day! Alright, it’s five days early; doing things early is about the only way I can make sure that they happen on time

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My Encounter with God

Invariably, before reading the various news sites in the morning, I first scan the Drudge Report. Generally, the headlines are not toasty fuzzy to say the least. Yesterday,

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Sometimes, Holiness is Boring

I was complaining to my husband the other day that there aren’t any prominent married saints – at least none who actually lived the sacrament

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Our God is Love and Light

It was about a month ago when a mainstream liberal news publication here in the Philippines published a statistic study that claims that one out

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The News

On a recent Sunday afternoon I attempted to take a good, old-fashioned nap with my two-month-old daughter Alice.  Unfortunately, two of my other supposed-to-be-napping children were

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A True Story

A few years ago, I was part of a group that taught a \”Back to Basics\” class in our parish. The goal was to educate

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From Tolerance to Coercion

I\’m not a conspiracy theorist. What I mean by that is that I generally don\’t go for complicated explanations when often the simplest ones will

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POW Servant of God

In the midst of a World War, Emil Kapaun was born in peaceful Pilsen, Kansas on August 20, 1916.  His parents were Czech immigrants and

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