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Women in the 3rd Millennium

  • Sex and the Married Woman
    Cheryl Dickow
    By Cheryl Dickow My first job after college graduation was as a “Training Specialist” at a large corporation. I taught computer software classes. It was the ...
  • The 3 stages of life
    Michele Szekely
    By Michele Szekely The 3 stages of life: my own reflection on the time-line of our life... I have been thinking a lot about this and this is how I see it: ...
  • Glimpse of Me
    Sarah Reinhard
    By Sarah Reinhard Every so often, I catch a glimpse of myself as I must appear to others. I see how silly I am, how ugly I act, how petty I think. Inevitably ...
  • Keeping a Lid on Permissiveness
    Sally Connolly
    By Sally Connolly Although television programs are aired without warning labels, watching TV can have unwanted consequences for the behavior of teenagers. ...
  • A Prayer for Monaco: Remembering the Faith Legacy of Prince Rainier III & Princess Grace and Contemplating the Moral Challenges of Prince Albert II
    Dna. Maria St. Catherine Sharpe
    By Dna. Maria St. Catherine Sharpe Despite the tragic passing of Prince Rainier III on April 6, 2005—mysteriously only four days after the death of H.H. Pope John ...
  • Wisdom lies beyond the surface of life
    Mary Regina Morrell
    By Mary Regina Morrell “Therefore I prayed, and prudence was given me; I pleaded, and the spirit of Wisdom came to me. I preferred her to scepter and throne, and ...
  • A Catholic Woman Returns to the Church
    Cheryl Dickow
    Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver Colorado recently addressed a group gathered in a in Sydney, Australia. The topic was, “Mission Possible: This Double Life Will ...
  • Burying a St. Joseph Statue
    Cheryl Dickow
    By Cheryl Dickow A dear Christian friend recently asked me, “Why do Catholics bury statues of St. Joseph?” Apparently my friend’s Catholic neighbor was putting ...
  • Just a Minute
    Sarah Reinhard
    By Sarah Reinhard Lately, at odd times when I ask my three-year-old to do something or get something for me, she’ll casually say, “Just a minute, please” or “In a ...
  • Action Changes Things: Teaching our Kids about Community Service
    Lisa  Hendey
    Author Interview with Lisa Umina, Milo and the Green Wagon: A Life Lesson to Give By Lisa M. Hendey With her newest book Milo and the Green Wagon: A Life Lesson ...
  • Sometimes moving forward means moving the canoe
    Mary Regina Morrell
    By Mary Regina Morrell Catholic Online “Simon Peter said to them, "I am going fishing." They said to him, "We also will come with you." So they went out and got ...
  • Perfect Women
    Cheryl Dickow
    By Cheryl Dickow “It is evident that women are meant to form part of the living and working structure of Christianity in so prominent a manner that perhaps not ...
  • Mary and Motherhood
    Cheryl Dickow
    By Cheryl Dickow The celebration of women and motherhood is most beautifully portrayed in a new book by Catholic author and speaker, Heidi Hess Saxton. Saxton, a ...
  • David vs Goliath
    Theresa Lisiecki
    By Theresa Lisiecki A few days ago I offered a small reflection on the movie A Beautiful Mind (Directed by Ron Howard, Starring Russell Crowe). I suggested in that ...
  • Seeing the World through New Eyes
    Sarah Reinhard
    By Sarah Reinhard Catholic Online It was a day of weather that only Spring can deliver – hot sun, without the oppression of summer humidity; balmy wind, without ...
  • Rooms in My Father's House
    Cheryl Dickow
    By Cheryl Dickow Catholic Online In my Father’s house there are many dwelling places. ~ John 14:2a When I was a young parent (well not so young but let’s ...
  • God-incidences are the gift of kairos moments
    Mary Regina  Morrell
    By Mary Regina Morrell Catholic Online “There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are blessings given to us to learn from.” Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross ...
  • A Retreat for Today's Christian Woman
    Cheryl Dickow
    “Be still and confess that I am God! I am exalted among the nations, exalted on the earth.” Psalm 46:11 Windridge Solitude is an 83 acre retreat in Lonedell, ...
  • Culture's Pressure on Our Girls
    Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle
    Our Culture’s Pressure on our “Tween” age and Teen age Girls By Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle Our “tween” age and teen age girls are being bombarded with an ...
  • The 'Golden Compass' is no treasure for children
    Mary Regina  Morrell
    By Mary Regina Morrell Catholic Online “It is not possible for a Christian to live in modern, secular culture and not be affected by it. The predominant mentality ...
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Reading 1, Hebrews 10:11-18
Every priest stands at his duties every day, offering over and ... Read More

Psalm, Psalms 110:1, 2, 3, 4
[Of David Psalm] Yahweh declared to my Lord, 'Take your seat at ... Read More

Gospel, Mark 4:1-20
Again he began to teach them by the lakeside, but such a huge ... Read More

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January 28 Saint of the Day

St. Thomas Aquinas
January 28: St. Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor of the Church, patron of ... Read More