During our family rosary, we unite ourselves by offering ourselves, pouring what is in our hearts out into the little community of our family. We gather our minds and bodies back from our fragmented daily existence to the heart of family unity, if only for a few brief minutes.
Suffering refines us, as we endure it, and it refines all of humanity, as we leave it at the foot of the cross, our own small pebble added to a cairn the size of the whole world.
Acedia is a near-constant spiritual battle that is uniquely pertinent to the days we are living through ... even if you don’t happen to be a third-century hermit.
The vulnerability of the sick and disabled is a great strength. Their receptivity to earthly love makes them powerful conduits for the heavenly kind.
EMDR is a great tool for healing from the traumas and PTSD that naturally occur raising medically complicated kids. Here's how it worked for me.
You've probably heard the phrase "offer it up" as a super-Catholic, sometimes flippant response to life's problems. If you've ever wondered what it actually means, this is the post for you.
Where did the Wilkens kids get those weirdo names, and why? All your questions answered here...
Gotta medical problem that is neurological in nature? These are your go-to friends in heaven.
A couple months ago an unexpected wave of special needs grief hit me like a ton of bricks during Mass. Here's why, and here's what I did about it.