Are you a daughter of Eve or a daughter of Mary? Join Lori in this conversation she explores the implications of original sin and what that means to our everyday lives.
Are you Christmas fried? Grab some coffee (or something stronger) and join this discussion as Lori candidly shares her thoughts on the stress brought on by the season of hustle and bustle otherwise known as Christmas
Here's some insight for facing the challenges of spiritual dryness while doing the work of the Lord.
The answer is me. Yep, sobering isn’t it? Today is Palm Sunday. It is the day we remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem to a hero’s welcome. It is amazing how quickly the tide turned. One day, they
I had a brilliant idea this year- one that would make Lent more meaningful for my whole family. There are no words to describe my excitement as I planned to pitch this idea to my unsuspecting loved
I don’t know about you, but Christmas season always takes me by storm. I barely have enough time in my normal life to get all the things done I am responsible for. Pile the Christmas duties on
So, I have to admit that I am not the same woman I was in my twenties. When I was in my twenties, I remember looking at the older adults and thinking, “I’m not going to be
Today, I had an interesting conversation with a high school theology teacher. We talked about teens’ tendency to distance themselves from the Church and how difficult it is to sell them on the idea of organized religion.
Do you notice the women who come up to receive the Eucharist with their purse? I have always wondered about that. It seems to be common practice, but why? I should probably throw out my disclaimer that
The school year has started and so have the faith formation programs. I coordinate the middle school program at my parish. I recently took a class on prayer and sacraments for this job. In this class, we
My little son hates Mass. His 5 year old body and brain just cannot understand why we go to church to sit still and pray. “Praying is soooooo boring!” he very audibly announces every time we walk
Well, I have survived my first year of working in ministry. I wish I could tell you it was all hearts and rainbows, but no. It has been tough. Some of the challenges I expected, but there
At this year’s middle school PHAT camp (meeting People, Hanging out, Adoring God, and Touring the metroplex), we built the most awesome thing ever: a ga-ga pit. Ga-ga is a game played in an octagon shaped enclosure
So, let’s about sex (I apologize if that song is now stuck in your head- I couldn’t resist). So, let’s see, sex is a topic my parents never really approached. Sure, they explained the biology of it,
I close my eyes as I hear the sound of the consecrated host breaking. The Priest holds up the broken Eucharist and calls us to behold Him. Behold the one who takes away the sins of the