“Remember your death”
Lent is a time to ‘die to self’, to purge the soul of sin and vice, and to offer little deaths or sacrifices which can be united with the Cross of Christ.
You are welcome to read my journals as I examine the prior day’s struggles, give thanks for the little wins, and adjust where needed.
Do you find the same struggles? Comments always welcome!
There’s only a few more days of Lent to go; I don’t want to take this time of growth for granted. Of those aspects of
Today I reflected on Matthew 26:26-32, the Scourging, Mockery, and the Crowning with Thorns that Jesus experienced at the hands of the Romans as demanded
Before any Catholic who knows how to count liturgically calls me out on my numbering – keep in mind that this is a journal of
When COVID hit last year and the country shut down, hubby and I tried to do what we could and connect with people online since
Friday, date night in Lent! Arby’s fish sandwiches and a movie at home. Lent 2021 has yielded so many unexpected graces. The pace has been
Happy Feast of the Annunciation! If you read my journal entry from yesterday, you may have sensed some disappointment. Upon reading the Pope’s catechesis on
Today we honor the Archangel Gabriel, fitting as tomorrow, March 25, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Annunciation, the day that Gabriel tells the Virgin
#LevelUp and #OfferItUp Give blood during Lent. It’s not even close to what Jesus suffered… but it’s not fun either. Pray for me and my
Monday – just one more concept to offer up for Lent. Pray for me as I pray for you!
I thank God for the little things. We decided to venture out of the house today and go to the mall to walk. Even though
Lenting is going well. The best part of my day… other than Hubby being home… Mass and Jesus! Please pray for me as I pray
Meat free Friday! On the menu: Tomato Soup Mac ‘n Cheese Simple food as we move closer to the Passion. Slowly allowing us to detach