“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” – Matthew 28:19-20 I first memorized these words of Christ when I was a junior in high school. Today, it… Continue reading Going on Mission
This is one of my favorite hymns for the Feast of Christ the King: Now this version has orchestra and choir, but it can also be moving with the organ and a full congregation singing it at the end of mass. But in the end, what does it mean to have a Sovereign King? Jesus… Continue reading To Jesus Christ, Our Sovereign King
A week from today… is one of my favorite feast days of the year that falls during Ordinary Time. The Feast of Christ the King is absolutely fantastic and beautiful! I love it. Okay, I’m a little biased, I’ll admit it. After spending time as a postulant with the School Sisters of Christ the King,… Continue reading Christ the King
This photo a day thing is a bit harder than I was thinking it would be… Mainly I keep forgetting until towards the end of the day. So this week’s are all taken with my phone, minimally edited on my phone, and of simple everyday things. Day 2: This is a handle on one of… Continue reading Photo a Day, Week 1
Today, the college was consecrated to Christ through Mary and the new fountain was blessed–what a beautiful way to start out the 23rd year of my life!
This summer, I had the opportunity to do an internship at a Catholic parish with their youth minister. I had an abundant of opportunities–learning, growing, getting to know teens. On my first day there, we began plans for a series of nights for the middle and high school students to occur during the same week… Continue reading An Abundant Life is a Life of Prayer
Recently, Jen’s post Notes from beneath the veil : Conversion Diary has been getting some attention from a few blogs I follow, including Fr. Z in his post A woman’s report on wearing a veil in church for the first time. Jen’s post, which I read the day it was posted, and Fr. Z’s has caused me… Continue reading Veiling in Church