I’ve been finding great joy lately leaning into my “Catholic Mom-ness.” The list below is built of little, thoughtful things beyond the crucifixes and rosaries that are often found in a Catholic home. They have made me smile time and time again in the middle of the noise that is raising and homeschooling our four … Continue reading Five Home and Decor Ideas for Catholic Moms
Hello and welcome to our new series, "Ask a Catholic!" This is a spot where you can ask us anything about Catholicism, and we are happy to answer. I've been looking forward to this so much, especially since so many of my friends are Protestant/Evangelical. Firstly, as a way to reduce the misunderstandings between us. … Continue reading “Ask a Catholic” #1: “I’m happily Evangelical, I’m not sure I see the relevance of learning about Catholics at this point in my walk of faith.”
I know now very deeply how it feels to know you are forgiven by hearing it said. I know how much it has the power to heal.
There was something very different about the first time I decided I wanted to go to Mass, the first time I chose it for myself.
I love having conversations with the kids about our Catholic faith. Their insights and questions astound me and amaze me time and time again, and it's such an honor and a privilege to engage with them. Recently, while doing a short follow-up at bedtime to our most recent faith formation lesson, in which our six-year-old … Continue reading Why Didn’t God Just Take Away the Tree?
I (Lorelei) had the pleasure of being interviewed for The Christian Circle Podcast on Raising Children in the Catholic Faith. It was lovely speaking with the host, Pamela Fernandes on the subject. I hope to get the chance to visit again! Click here to take a listen, as well as to read a bit about behind … Continue reading Lorelei on The Christian Circle Podcast: Raising Children in the Catholic Faith
I think we've all seen or heard someone make a joke about "Catholic Guilt" at one point or another. This article explores what Catholic Guilt is, really. And if it's actually funny. Or, on the other hand, if it a misrepresentation of something meant for our good. What is Sin? It's important to get on … Continue reading What’s The Deal with Catholic Guilt?
I had the amazing opportunity to give my talk, "A Protestant Interrupted," at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Angleton, Texas last weekend. Father Victor Perez had seen my Journey Home episode, and reached out via Twitter to invite me to his parish. I have to admit, at first I wasn't sure if it was a … Continue reading Southern Hospitality and Sharing My Story in Texas
Two years ago this Easter Vigil, I entered the Catholic Church. Here are 10 things I found helpful when approaching my own Confirmation. I hope they are helpful to any of you out there who will be Confirmed this year! Several of the items on this list are helpful for us all to remember, no … Continue reading 10 Tips for Those Entering The Catholic Church This Easter
Hello friends! Lorelei was interviewed this week for Relevant Radio's Morning Air program about her recent article: "Being Gift in a Take World." Check it out by clicking here! She's the first guest right at the beginning of the show. Thanks! -JP and Lorelei