All About…Who Again?

I faced one of my most dreaded situations this morning.  A dead car.  No, it wasn’t the battery.  My best guess is the cold snap we’ve experienced (dipping below zero at night and not much warmer in the day) took its toll on my little ride and its usual dependability was frozen in the driveway.  In […]

Faith in a Final Quarter

This week, my classmates and I entered into the final quarter of the Laboure Society fundraising term.  With only seven weeks to go, collectively we’ve raised over $131,000 for vocations!  Thanks to your prayers and support, I am approximately $32,745 closer to my goal, which means I have to raise a little over $12,000 before […]

Truth in Hope

Today, the Dominican Order celebrates the feast of all Dominican saints.  Men and women and children.  Friars.  Nuns.  Sisters.  Laity.  All the sons and daughters of Our Holy Father Dominic who sought and embraced Truth, then spent themselves living and preaching for the salvation of souls.  They answered the call of Jesus, “Come and follow […]

Cloud of Witnesses

Fall is drawing to a close and many of us are beginning to feel the cold hand of winter slip its icy fingers around us.  Gardens lie barren, plucked of their fruit; dried leaves rattle in the wind, fallen and swirling as ghostly reminders of a warmer, more pleasant season now gone.  In some parts […]