I can’t imagine the mental torture Jesus went through before his death. His human side began to tremble and quake knowing his death was going to be the most painful one known to man.
Evangelization For Catholic Single Parents: Giving a Voice to the Voiceless
When Pope Francis spoke about the new evangelization, I was thrilled to see if there were any programs for single parents. I wanted to see if this underutilized and misunderstood group of people would be included within the parameters of the “go and make disciples” initiative. We are a growing minority in the Church and often overlook and underheard.
Helping Those In Need Isn’t About You
Helping those in need isn’t about you. The wealthy often think they know what is best for everyone they deem “poor”. They think because someone is poor, they must be doing something wrong as if there’s always, without exception, a correlation between not having enough money and making bad decisions.
A Catholic Single Mom’s View on Dating, Sex, and Teenage Daughters
The first thing I want my children to know is being a virgin does not dictate if they are a good person, a worthy person, or not.
Taxes, Zacchaeus, and The Tree God Planted
What do taxes and the tree God planted have to do with each other? There is a saying I love to tell people, “Long before Zacchaeus needed it, God planted that tree.” Because God knew one day that small Zacchaeus needed to see the Son of God.