“Rightly Ordering the Urgent & the Important:” A Local Workshop

For awhile now, I have had the inspiration to create a series of workshops that actually help people with the practical aspects of living as a “domestic church.” We all have the desire to be thriving domestic churches: schools of spiritual formation for our families and signs of life to a world hungry for the tangible Gospel message. But we have a lot of barriers and distractions in our lives that stand in the way of such a goal; some of these we voluntarily place there, and others force themselves upon us in this busy and hyper-mediated world.

Well, I’m excited to announce the first workshop in a series that I’ve branded “The Organized Domestic Church.” This is a local workshop — so if you know anyone in the Washington/Baltimore area who would be interested, please spread the word. I hope to see some of my local blog readers there and connect with you in person! Here are the details:

WORKSHOP TITLE:

“Rightly Ordering the Urgent & the Important”

WHERE:

Sacred Heart Church (Bowie, MD) in Whitemarsh Hall

(at the top of the hill by the historic chapel)

WHEN:

Saturday, April 22, 2017 — 9am until noon

(Refreshments, coffee, and tea will be provided.)

COST: $8

HOW TO SIGN-UP: REGISTER HERE by March 15th

My Reading Challenge Pick for “Novel by a Catholic Author”

I hope you have gotten started on your picks for the 2017 Catholic Reading Challenge! As promised, I’m sharing what I am reading for each category throughout the year. 

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Category: Novel by a Catholic Author

My Pick: Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset

I’ve been looking forward for a few months to cracking this classic open. It’s currently my nighttime read, waiting patiently for me all day on my nightstand. I’m actually not that far in yet (~75 pages), but I’m definitely in it. I actually feel quite comfortable recommending it, even though I’ve barely gotten started.  Continue reading “My Reading Challenge Pick for “Novel by a Catholic Author””

#ProLifeGeneration

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I couldn’t be more proud to be Pro-Life as I watched such a diverse, loving, and inspirational group of hundreds of thousands March for Life today. From the streets to the stage, words of conviction sounded loud and clear: “Life is winning again!” “Keep fighting for Life!” “We are the Pro-Life generation!”

It is so encouraging and inspiring to see crowds of children, high-schoolers, and college students passionately standing up for unborn babies–the victims who have no voice. These youth are the next generation of the Pro-Life movement, and they give me great hope for the future. I believe that they will courageously link arms with the generations before them who have built the foundation of the movement to end legalized abortion in this country and the world. Continue reading “#ProLifeGeneration”