Not through any fault of your own, mind you. I write for other online spaces and had a few come up in such rapid succession that I couldn't get them out to you without tripping over a kid, homeschool workbooks, and a pew.
Compared to these priests, I expend very little effort bringing Jesus Christ to anyone...and with a start like that? Head over to Aleteia to read: Imagine waiting for hours, in stifling heat, for the possibility of Mass and the Eucharist
It’s Not Enough To Tell Mothers To Stop Whining And Learn To Love Motherhood, We Have To Cultivate Community To Help Them…on Integrated Catholic Life, read Cultivating Community to Support Mothers
A few weeks ago, I sat with my grandfather, Rex Roy Lloyd, in his assisted-living facility room, while the California sun streamed through the window and the birds, perched outside, chirped a song. My grandmother, as she’d done for the last 64 years, sat next to Grandpa holding his hand.
It was one week before he died. Read A tribute to Grandpa, who always did small things with great love on Aleteia.
I've also taken to microblogging on Facebook. What's that mean, you ask? It's where I share my heart on Facebook, so there are no links, SEO, super perfect images, or any of the other blogging specifics to adhere to. I would love for you to join me in the discussion there. I will share my latest one with you here:
I hope you are having a very blessed Lent.