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A Day to Remember

I’ve always been good at remembering special dates:  when I met my husband (6/6/79) or the date my family left on a cross country road trip (7/26/70).  I get it from my mother who was great at remembering the days… Continue Reading →

Faith of My Mother

The year after my mother died, I returned to the Church after a long absence. Because I was cynical about all things religious, I never had a serious talk with mom about her faith. I will always regret that. In… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Things I Didn’t Know About the Church

10) The Catholic faith is true in its entirety. Cultural or cafeteria Catholics (like I was) are missing out on the beauty of the whole tapestry by embracing some aspects of the faith while rejecting others. The Old Testament prophesies… Continue Reading →

Confessions of a Caregiver Part II: Tools for Good Works

My husband has Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s disease is the gradual degeneration of the nerve cells in the brain that control movement. Ordinary tasks are now challenging or exceptionally time-consuming for him. In large and small ways, Parkinson’s has changed the… Continue Reading →

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