+JMJ+ I’m back from summer break, working on the blog. Posts will resume soon. Meanwhile, you are invited to join me in praying the Rosary tonight, Friday, Oct. 7, on Twitter at 8pm ET/7pm CT, in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary. I’ve included a video below in this post, about the Battle of Lepanto and the feast day from Sensus Fidelium, and links to a couple of articles about it, too.Continue reading “In Honor of Our Lady of the Rosary”
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Been a long time, been a long time
Been a long time since I’ve posted here. Yes, I’m still alive. Yes, the blog is still alive. In my mind, anyway, even if I haven’t posted in a while. A death in the family and tending to family matters left me with not much time or energy for writing here or anywhere else. But things are getting better and I hope to be back to at least semi-regular writing and blogging soon.
In the meantime tomorrow is a very special day for me: the feast day of Our Lady of the Rosary. If you aren’t familiar with the story of the Battle of Lepanto and the role of the rosary and the Blessed Virgin Mary in that battle, you can read more here and here.
Thank you for reading. I hope you’ll enjoy your visit. God bless you! :)
The path of sidewalk discipleship
Today I didn’t get to go to Mass up at EWTN. Well, I could have, but I stayed up much too late blogging so I slept too late. But I can’t let that happen tonight because tomorrow is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, a day that has often been an important one in my spiritual journey. On at least two separate occasions I’ve had major experiences/events happen on the day of the Feast; I didn’t even notice the date until later. I take this as a sign that our Blessed Mother has heard and answered my request that she take my hand and show me the way to her Son. There are so many ways she’s helped me over the years. These days I am asking her specifically to help me as I pray on the sidewalk outside the abortion clinics in town during the 40 Days for Life prayer vigil. Continue reading “The path of sidewalk discipleship”