Prayers to St. Joseph

Last year, one of the sisters recommended I pray to St. Joseph to intercede on my behalf regarding resolution of my student loans so I may be free to enter formation.  She had faced the same hurdle, began praying a novena to St. Joseph and doors began to open until her student loans were no […]

Smoke Watch

There are times when I lament the changes technology has brought to our society.  And then there are times when I am extremely grateful for it.  Right now, with the rest of the world, I am glued to the Vatican’s live stream of the chimney sitting on top of the Sistine Chapel.  And I am […]

Laetare Sunday!

Rejoice!  This past Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent, is a day of joy.  We are now halfway through the Lenten season and Easter is near. This past Sunday I also had the blessing of sharing briefly a bit about the hurdle of student loans to vocations and about The Laboure Society at a local […]

What Joy!

St. Augustine once wrote, “To fall in love with God is the greatest romance; to seek him the greatest adventure; to find him, the greatest human achievement.”   It is with great joy that one of my fellow The Labouré Society aspirants from the Winter class crossed the cloister threshold and entered Bethlehem Monastery of […]