Faith

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Sometimes as a Catholic it truly does feel that you are up against the whole world. While the world stomps louder and waves their fists stronger than ever, we as Catholics, in retrospect, seem to more quietly ( in comparison ) go about our lives trusting it all in our faith and love for our God, accepting the crosses we are… Read more →

Against All Hope Ministry

Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed writing. I was the student in the class that would write the longest stories and then read them out in front of everyone. At home, I had piles of papers filled with stories and poems. Journals full of thoughts and dreams. Writing was my passion. It still is. There is nothing… Read more →

Our Family ; Designed by God

2373 Sacred Scripture and the Church’s traditional practice see in large families a sign of God’s blessing and the parents’ generosity.163 (Catechism of the Catholic Church) Most people know we are expecting our 8th baby this October. When I found out, shock was an understatement and it’s taking a while for it to truly sink in. I was still very… Read more →

Unraveling God’s Plan.

    When my second child was around three months old, we traveled to Melbourne for his Godparents Wedding. We were staying in a house that belonged to a lady from the church. It was an older home that had been added onto, obviously to fit their large family. We loved the house with the big back room and added… Read more →

The Last Day On Earth

Living like its the last day on earth. Should we live today as if tomorrow may never come? Should we let go of everything as we know it and do what we please, to experience it? Because God forbid if we didn’t experience the next exciting encounter or take a trip to some exotic location in the world! What would… Read more →

A Month of Reflections

Autism and CFS under one roof. This time of year always brings me to a pause to stop and reflect. Last month in April, was Autism awareness month. I do my small bit when I can by posting about Autism on my Facebook but sometimes it doesn’t seem enough yet honestly that’s all I can manage. The word Autism has… Read more →

The Beginning & The End

    As the Annunciation and Good Friday fell on the same day this year many Catholics I am sure, are deep in thought reflecting and pondering what this means for them and for our church. I am in awe that these two significant moments in our church have taken place together. I have been wondering what turn of events… Read more →