Making Disciples: Easier Said than Done


This summer, I’ve had discipleship on my mind. And I know just who to blame. First, I blame my colleagues at, because I’ve been part of the Lawn Chair Catechism study this summer, and as a result, I’ve been reading Sherry Weddell’s Forming Intentional Disciples (Our Sunday Visitor, 2012) very carefully and writing about […]

All Sisters Are NOT Nuns

NOT nuns

There I was, in front of 2000 women, all but squeeing about nuns as I introduced them. I stepped away, smiling and thoroughly enjoying myself, eager to hear what they had to say about living the virtues through the lens of Mary. Except, as I found out when I sat down to hear them speak […]

Reminder for Me

It’s been one of those mornings where I’m dragging and dragging and dragging. I’m so glad, then, that one of the things I picked up early on was Karen Edmisten‘s Through the Year with Mary: 365 Reflections. Because I needed this: We may well believe that the most sacred Virgin Our Lady received so much […]

Getting Past Me


One of the Mary Moment Monday posts A while back, Barb wrote a post about the gift of availability, which put words to many things that have been on my heart in the past few months. I did what I do when something resonates with me: I sent it to a certain friend. Then, the […]

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