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Now brethren, we urge you to praise God. That is what we are all telling each other when we say,
Linking with the ladies from Suscipio
Moments of Gratitude
:: time away with no agenda
:: ignored the news
:: a few days off from cooking
:: the most incredible Tiramisu I’ve ever had
:: yes, I confessed to my mother – it was better than hers
:: there’s no place like home
:: visiting my son and daughter-in-law to be
:: the wedding plans
:: sharing in their excitement
:: I’m going to be a grandmother
:: yes, it’s out of order…but we are covering them with love
:: how the Lord turned a simple vacation into a pilgrimage
:: for my Benedictine mentor struggling with a very painful health crisis
:: I learn to pray the prayer God gives me and not fall into self condemnation when I can’t pray as I’d like
:: Ephesians 4:25-32 with the ladies at Suscipio
:: h/t to Jenny, for reminding me to order candles for Candlemas Day
In the Kitchen
:: I’m just so happy to be back to home cooking..
:: Italian White Bean and Mustard Green Soup, bread
:: Salmon Croquettes, brown rice, spinach
:: Green Spaghetti — homemade sauce
Ignatius Catholic Bible RSV, but I have a Douay Rheims on my wish list
A book on the History of the Catholic Church
The Lord led my husband and I here to this beautiful site dedicated to our Blessed Mother, where we prayed for our unborn grandchild and lit a votive candle asking her intercession for a healthy pregnancy, safe delivery, and a holy life.
We also joined our prayers to all those taking part in the Washington March for life Friday, Jan. 25, two days after the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision.