Tag Archives: Catholicism

A New Missal Cover for Karen

Years ago I had (poorly) made a missal cover for Karen: I used a cross stitched piece that I had stitched years ago and that I had placed on my fridge (isn’t that where you display your art?). Karen loved … Continue reading

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An Advent Chasuble – Part 2

As I was getting ready to write this second post I wanted to find another picture of a chasuble for you to see. I thought that maybe I would be able to find a good one from my wedding. This … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Call to Mercy; Hearts to Love, Hands to Serve

When I was growing up the model of perfect goodness was Mother Teresa. If anybody could be classified as holy and saintly, it was her. Before reading A Call to Mercy the only thing that I knew about Mother Teresa … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Catholic Catalogue by Melissa Musick and Anna Keating

As a fairly new Catholic I was intrigued when I saw ‘The Catholic Catalogue’ by Melissa Musick and Anna Keating. It seems like I always have questions about¬†various aspects of the faith, but my husband is not always able to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The American Catholic Almanac

As a new Catholic I look for things to read that inspire me and help me to grow in my¬†faith. Since I didn’t grow up Catholic I had high hopes that “The American Catholic Almanac” by Brian Burch and Emily … Continue reading

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My Baptism

This past weekend I was baptized, confirmed and took first communion in the Catholic Church. It was a big step for me because my family has not ever been overly religious. My parents never had me or my sisters baptized … Continue reading

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