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Divine Mercy: Jesus, I trust in You!

Surrender and trust don’t come easy to the busy human intellect, anxiously completing tasks off a checklist, taking on responsibility that..

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?

Spiritual warfare is quite literally a glimpse into hell. It’s painful, nasty and exhausting. When you’re in the midst of the spiritual...

2022 Preparing for a fruitful Holy Week

Throughout Holy Week, let us be vigilant and keep watch. As we hear of Christ’s suffering and sacrifice for our souls, may we yearn to...

Infertility Stations of the Cross

We are honored to share this reflection on the Stations of the Cross through the lens of infertility. It is a collaborative effort of...

St. Catherine of Sweden: patroness of miscarriage

St. Catherine of Sweden can be our patroness, our intercessor, in miscarriage, despite never having her own, because of her spiritual...

Overcoming infertility trauma

The devil is so cunning, isn’t he? Satan takes elements of truth and twists them in such a way that we suspend our free will because we...

Boundaries: why they matter

If you are reading this blog post, the chances are you’re struggling with this very issue. Most people, like Olivia and William, find...

Childless, what can I give Him?

So, as we approach the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, I don’t have a first-born to offer to God in thanksgiving for all He has...

Planning for a fruitful year ahead

As a woman who lives with infertility, bullet journaling has become a great creative outlet. It helps me stay organized but also gives me...

Peace, but what a strange peace (4th week of Advent)

The opening of In This House of Brede captured my attention immediately. This 1969 novel by Rumer Godden portrays the lives of religious...

Joy is a choice (3rd week of Advent)

The more we die to ourselves, the more we find God. The more we find God, the more meaning we have in our lives, and we are able to unite..

Faith (2nd week of Advent)

“Jerusalem, take off your robe of mourning and misery; put on the splendor of glory from God forever!” I don’t know about you, but...

Hope alive! (1st week of Advent)

“Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, persevere in prayer.” (Romans 12:12)

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