Over the past few months, ‘bullying’ has become a recurring topic of discussion among the members of Fusion, our youth ministry at Immaculate Heart of
I am always happy when I hear a principal say during orientation ‘you have a chosen a Catholic school, and as such, we hold certain
The announcement in our parish bulletin last spring seemed innocuous enough. A program entitled Transgender Homosexual Awareness (T.H.AW.) was being held to give parishioners
People recounted incidents from the good old days. Embellishments were, of course, a part of the tales, some of which have grown in size and
“If you want to change the world, make your bed.” No, these ‘words of wisdom’ are not my mom’s. This is lesson #1 on Retired
When I saw that the eloquent Laura Fanucci, who blogs at Mothering Spirit, had written a book “Everyday Sacrament” published by Liturgical Press, I had
According to pop culture’s definition of ‘soulmates’, I didn’t marry mine. When my husband and I met, our eyes didn’t simultaneously gaze across a crowded
Recently, I loaded five of my nine kids into our 12 passenger van and headed off to Costco to stock up for the week.