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All About Faith

Sundays with the Saints: Queenship of Mary

On August 22nd is the Feast day of the Queenship of Mary.  It is so beautiful that during the month of August which is decadete to Mary, we have these beautiful feast day of Assumption as well Queenship! How bless we are that we take time to honor the Mother of God....

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Sunday with the Saints: St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. Ignatius of Loyola is a well-known saint, who founded the Jesuit Order.  Yet for this solider who was resting as a result of a battle injury needed a spiritual awakening. It took words to bring about this spiritual awakening of a Spanish theologian, one of the...

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Sunday with the Saints: Feast of the Two Hearts

This devotion is based entirely upon the symbolism of the heart. It is this symbolism that imparts to its meaning and its unity, and this symbolism is admirably completed by the representation of the Heart as wounded. Since the Heart of Jesus appears to us as the...

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Sunday with the Saints: Come Holy Spirit!

Pentecost is the celebration of the person of the Holy Spirit coming upon the Apostles, Mary, and the first followers of Jesus, who were gathered together in the Upper Room. When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place. And suddenly a sound...

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Petition to Our Lady of The Holy Rosary of Pompeii.

Today on May 8th, is the Feast day of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Pompeii. This story is amazingly beautiful about Blessed Bartolo Longa a lawyer that was a baptized Catholic yet fell away was influenced by two former priests at the University. He became very...

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Sundays with the Saints: Month of Mary!

We are now in one of the most beautiful months in the calendar of our faith, MAY. The month of Mary, our sweet mother, the Mother of Our Savior.  We also celebrate Mother's Day as well as the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. We need this month to helps us to really...

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Sunday with the Saints: Divine Mercy.

It is the year 2020. It is a year filled with so much darkness and death. Uncertainties. Chaos. Yet, as we come to the end of Lent, we know that darkness fails, we know that life overcomes death and we know for certain that Christ will rise up again on Easter Sunday....

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I rest in Him.

I am going to be honest here. I have failed myself. I have failed you. Last week, I share that God had been preparing me for these. I guess I haven't been well prepared as I thought. I have given into so many indulges in these two weeks that it has shown on the scale....

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Sunday with the Saints: The Annunciation.

            "Ecce ancilla Domini; fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum"  “The scene of the Annunciation is a very lovely one. How often we have meditated on this. Mary is recollected in prayer. She is using all her senses and her faculties to speak...

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How God has been preparing me for this moment!

  It was early December when I finally went to see my spiritual director. I had this great need to see him. He could tell that something wasn't right. He knows me and knew that I wasn't your anxious type of person. And I was anxious.  I explain to him that for...

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All About Wellness

3 Steps to a Healthy Body image

We are often our own biggest critics. Especially when it comes to our bodies. Having a healthy body image means that you feel comfortable with how your body looks. While working on health and fitness goals, your body might not be exactly where you want it to be at...

Being Healthy Requires Ownership

We often think that signing up for a program or hiring a trainer is the solution to our health and fitness struggles. While both are wonderful tools to help you reach your goals - YOU still have to do the work. You still have to prepare healthy meals even when you are...

Whole40 Lent with St.Joseph.

Many times Ash Wednesday has caught me off guard. It came before I had a plan in place. So, I have learned now to make a plan for lent a few weeks before hand.   Studies show that to make the best out of things (such as vacations, goals, etc.), having a plan and a...

14-Day Sugar Detox

  Reduce sugar for 14 days so that you can overcome sugar cravings and make choosing healthier foods easier!    What is the 14-day challenge all about?   Avoiding added sugar, processed foods, and artificial sweeteners  Choosing to be mindful about what...

Don’t Fall For Diet Fads

Remember when we used to have to wait for the internet to dial-up?  Or more than two days for package delivery? In today’s world, instant gratification is almost expected.  Unfortunately, this does not serve people well when it comes to diet and exercise. And most...

Number – Does Not Define You Or Does it?

For 8 weeks, I joined a challenge that our coach Dan Villeda put together.   I have added this sweet and very encouraging coach to our Merciful Challenge tools (he gives us a free Family HIIT Class every Thursday at 11 am CT on zoom or Facebook Live ) Ok. So for...

Rise Up & Walk.

Sometimes life is just not what we thought it should be like. We are living in times that just make no sense at all. As mothers, we feel the world on our shoulder and the children on our feet. We feel trape and just stuck.  We don't know if to hide or fight. We are...

All About Motherhood – Life

Schedule Success: Putting Yourself in Your Plans RSVP to You.

Busy, busy, busy. Life is busy. Hello, we are mothers!!  Our Life is busy even when we just at home.  We hear the same broken records from ourselves to our mama friends when they ask, how are we doing; “Good! But so busy!” Between family responsibilities and...

How being open to life made me open to death.

Have you ever taken the word "pro-life"and thought the meaning of it?  When you look up it in the definition, you get "opposed to abortion".   But being opposed to abortion is not being pro-life. There is so much more to pro-life than just being opposed to abortion.  ...

Treasures in Heaven: A book for healing and hope!

 A post that I was hoping not to write again.    But God's mercy and love is bigger than my understanding of all of this pain. That knowing that if we unite our greatest sufferings with  His, we are somewhat worthy of the true cross which might bring us a living...