by Deacon Derrick and Mistianna Barnes Being "the King" at our house means completely and totally forgiving someone for the wrong they have done to you.” Derrick: As Catholics, we view marriage as a sacred sacrament and a covenant with God. Since, I’m a Deacon in the Catholic Church, I have the honor of witnessing … Continue reading Be “The King” in Your Marriage!
Sharing Testimonies About The Sanctity Of Life . . .
by Ed Harpring Wounded Women & Men share their Pro-Life Testimonies at the Annual March for Life – Hundreds from Archdiocese Prepare for Pilgrimage “Roe v. Wade made it too easy for me to make the fateful and fatal decision to abort my child. The doctor advised that the procedure would hurt no more than … Continue reading Sharing Testimonies About The Sanctity Of Life . . .
March For Life Events!
by Ed Harpring It’s not too late to join with hundreds of local pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Louisville for the 45th annual March for Life on January 19 in Washington DC. Our pilgrimage includes: St. John Paul II Shrine The Saint John Paul II National Shrine is a place of pilgrimage, learning, and prayer. … Continue reading March For Life Events!
Teaching Our Children The Sanctity Of Life . . .
by Martine Bacci Siegel As we prepare to celebrate Sanctity of Life Sunday on January 22 now might be a good time to find ways to talk with your children about the sanctity of life. Here are some helpful ideas to get you started. For pre-school children Using bubble solution, blow bubbles into the air … Continue reading Teaching Our Children The Sanctity Of Life . . .
Beginning Anew . . .
by Michelle Herberger If you have had an abortion or love someone who has, the following message is for you . . . Perhaps you thought you had no choice. No matter how you looked at your pregnancy, it seemed impossible to continue. After the abortion, there may have been some regret, even sadness. You … Continue reading Beginning Anew . . .
by Deacon Stephen Bowling I hope you won’t think me too weird here, but I have a silly little ritual I always perform every New Year’s Eve. It’s something that forces me to look both backwards and forwards at the same time and spiritually reflect upon my life, and just how well I am fulfilling … Continue reading “Better Days”