5 Ways to be Self-Reliant in an Age of Government Overreach

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Despite the rising death rates due to lockdowns and the shocking rate at which fellow Americans eagerly encourage the government to strip them of their God-given rights (life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness come readily to mind as well as privacy), I have discovered there are some good things that have come out of … Read more

My SAHM Identity Crisis: Embracing The “Hidden Years” of Motherhood After Letting Go of My Career

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I recently found myself drinking a cup of coffee and contemplating what is often described as the “hidden years” of Christ. Those precious years in which our Lord was being raised by the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Joseph so often capture my imagination. It’s amazing to think that we know very little about Christ’s … Read more

The Paradox of Grief and Hope

I still wake up in the dead of night sobbing silently and think, “why?” “No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear. I am not afraid, but the sensation is like being afraid. The same fluttering in the stomach, the same restlessness, the yawning. I keep on swallowing.” “A Grief Observed, pg 3, … Read more

The Right Turn: Abortion & Domestic Violence

Abortion and domestic violence aren’t the most comfortable of topics. However, in the increasingly vitriolic war between the pro-life movement and pro-choice advocates, unfortunate circumstances seem to be used as justification for “a woman’s right to choose”. There isn’t a day that goes by in the course of the modern narrative that I don’t think, … Read more