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Day-to-Day Battles, Sister Warriors, and The Real Questions Women Are Asking

[…] I didn't think I was worthy of the task at hand. My mind flooded with negative thoughts and discouragement. Who was I to write about anything? “Go buy Vogue, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Oprah magazine. Read the questions women are asking, then you go ahead and answer them better.” This advice Lisa gave me […]

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Made to Thrive

[…] one more thing. If he was scheduled for two hours of physical therapy, he’d ask for three. Perhaps one more thing for you looks like forgoing the online grocery shopping this week and walking into the store and smiling at real live people. Maybe it’s getting back to meeting your friend at the local […]

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The Secret to Surrender

At the close of a Religious Education meeting, we were handed a prayer card, and in unison, recited it together. It was the Prayer of Abandonment. A beautiful prayer. And by beautiful, I mean terrifying and dangerous. “Father, I abandon myself into your hands; do with me what you will….”¹ When we finished the prayer […]

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He Leads With Grace When He Offers Second Chances

[…] the toilet when I completely lost my patience over the spilled McDonald's milkshake on the backseat carpet of the car. (Note to self: good mothers do not buy their children McDonald's milkshakes. They cut up fresh fruit and bring it along to the game, and their children DELIGHT in the healthy refreshment. This is […]

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Out of Kilter? Try to Gain Perspective

[…] be God's very best. This is how He works, then, and now. Love, Lisa If you want a good laugh, watch this clip of comedian Tim Hawkins, That's the Worst. Give yourself a gift and buy his DVD by the same title. It's family friendly humor that helps us not take ourselves so seriously. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WMrefP098o

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Unexpected Gifts Hiding in the Advent Calendar

[…] with no baby Jesus. This isn't because we're waiting to put him in the manger on December 24th. It's because we lost him, and every time I buy a new nativity set, I manage to lose that baby Jesus, too. Thankfully, a meaningful Advent season isn't dependent on a perfectly decorated house, consistent traditions, […]

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Do We Have the Courage to Look Behind Feminism’s Curtain?

[…] Fellow at The Ethics and Public Policy Center and a Scholar at The Institute for Human Ecology at Catholic University of America. She is a prolific writer and author of several books, including The Marian Option, The Anti-Mary Exposed, and Theology of Home. A mother of five, she is also the editor of the online Catholic women's magazine, TheologyofHome.com.

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Feeling a Bit Meh? It’s Not Just You.

[…] got choices to make. Which ones will lead us toward the path to true flourishing?  As I’ve reflected on the rising rates of alcohol consumption, Netflix binging, and online escapism, I am arrested by the following question: Instead of needing to escape our lives, how about if we build lives we don’t want to escape? […]

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Watching and Weeping

[…] vacant eyes and wonder, what is your story? What happened to you? People have told me not to bother with the hand out—"They are just going to buy drugs or alcohol. You are not helping them.” And maybe that is true. But I can’t help it. I dig into my pockets, and I give […]

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You Are Not Enough

[…] what I have? The answer is yes. Not only content but grateful.  Friends, after years of God trying to get my attention, painfully watching me turn to cheap substitutes and false idols in the hopes of feeling a sense of enough, it would be my weakness that eventually leads me to Him. It was […]

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