Finding God in the Little Things: The New Feminist Product Picks

Recently I've thinking a lot about how little, everyday things can lead us to God, and I have been looking for ways to put my insights to work in my own life. One way I have been doing this is by investing in beautiful, meaningful products that remind me of the Lord and also support…

The Single Girl’s Guide to the Archangels

Happy Feast of Sts. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, Archangels...wow, that's a mouthful! No wonder it used to be known as just "Michaelmas." While I have a strong devotion to St. Michael, and there are some lovely traditions that go along with Michaelmas, it seems a shame that St. Michael should get most of the attention.…

Let the Dogma Live Loudly Within You!

If you follow Catholic news and social media, you have probably heard about the Senate confirmation hearing for Amy Coney Barretta nominee to the 7th Circuit Appeals Court, at which she was grilled about her Catholic faith. (If you missed the story, there is a very good op-ed piece from The New York Times, written…

Words of Wisdom: Archbishop Fulton Sheen

I got hooked on coffee long before I got hooked on prayer. Prayer has always been a part of my life, since I have always been serious about my faith, but for a long time prayer was relegated to Sunday Mass, blessings before meals, and the occasional prayer of petition. Even after I began to…

She Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Her: True Women’s Empowerment

By now, we are all used to hearing the phrase "women's empowerment." It has become almost synonymous with the notion of feminism. In some ways, this is a positive development. For most of history, women were kept on the sidelines and prevented from holding positions of authority simply because they were not men. In the…