Christine Capolino Archive
Hearts before calendars….. When we only allow shards of space in our days for down time, we are left empty of time for prayer and for our loved ones.The more crammed our schedules, the less time we
So the First Day. It’s happening. It’s happening on the face of the clock and the page on the calendar and we want more time. So what do we do?
You are a Daddy who is building memories which will shine and weave themselves into the brightest of childhood snapshots for your adult children decades from now.
Entering the desert of our souls. Walking with Jesus into the dark, unrelenting wilderness for forty days. Becoming aware of our ragged spirits and begging mercy for the dark night of our souls.
The Lord’s ways are not our ways and, we all know, are not always explainable. The goodness and kindness that the Lord wants us to seek and emulate might just be found for any of us, at
Christine Capolino reviews the new Advent devotional and recommends it to enhance and deepen your Advent preparations.
This Advent, instead of trying to do everything, let's watch and wait and let the Spirit guide us.
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I’ll admit it’s work, but I love it. I love camping…. the dust clouds and the cicadas’ rhythmic swell and the sun leaking into the thin tent nylon in the early morning, insistent. Our rusty old camp
My friend, Patrice, of Spiritual Woman and Catholic Lane requested that I review her brand new, hot off the press, The Catholic Baby Name Book, published by Ave Maria Press. To say I am honored is an
Press suit. Check. Shine black dress shoes. Check. Purchase white satin tie and arm band. Check. Cut hair, charge camera batteries. Check and check. Stock up on paper goods, plan menu, order cake, boutonniere and balloons. Check,
As the mother of two lively boys, athletic boys, theater-loving boys, exploring boys, immersed-in-everything boys, I am forever seeking. Forever balancing. Forever juggling. Forever discerning. Activity versus stillness. Sound versus silence. Society versus solitude. I still, now
As we leave Ordinary Time to enter the season of Lent, we ready our homes, our families, our souls. The window washing, the pinning up of the handmade crosses and sentimental Easter décor, the burying of the
Okay, maybe it is. Sort of. This is really more about attempting small changes in life so that a habit is reformed, a goal is adjusted, a project more thoroughly committed… …hmm, I suppose that Is the
A gem in the crown of quality Christian offerings from Bezalel Books, Elizabeth: A Holy Land Pilgrimage, will inform you, captivate you, inspire you. If only it didn’t have to end. Mrs. Dickow’s colorful, yet realistic characters