Marge Fenelon Archive
As we continue our journey through Advent, walking with Mary, we consider how Mary wants to be OUR handmaid.
What if you were working quietly at home, when suddenly an Angel appeared before you? How would you react? Marge Fenelon considers how Mary's response is different than what so many of ours would be and how
Editor’s note: This Advent season, we are blessed to have a series of beautiful reflections by our own Marge Fenelon. For more spiritual support and encouragement, please check out Marge’s beautiful book Imitating Mary as the perfect
As we walk with Mary this Advent, consider the heartache Mary must have endured when she was considered an adulteress.
This Advent, let's walk with Mary. Marge Fenelon explores Mary's fiat and how it can guide us this Advent.
Marge Fenelon reviews the new movie release When Calls the Heart.
“Coming Home for Christmas” reminds us that no matter what the divisions, difficulties, and derisions, it is never too late for a family to reconcile and regroup.
My daughter is doing home care for an elderly couple in which the husband is 97 years old and the wife is 94 years old. When she first started the job, the couple needed care only during
I’m sipping a cup of Earl Grey tea (heavy on the sweetener and lemon) and reminiscing about the past eleven days. It’s been a crazy mesh of ups and downs – mostly ups, thanks be to God.
I’m in love with my new eye glasses. Okay, I’m not really in love with them in the way that one human being can be in love with another human being, but I do like them an
Dear Friends, Astounding news has been announced from Rome this morning. Our dear Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI has announced his resignation as Bishop of Rome, Successor of Peter, as of February 28, 2013. Pope Benedict XVI
Folks have heard me….umm…observe… that it’s sometimes a challenge to keep up the stream of interesting and uplifting social networking posts in spite of the challenges of family life and all the wonderful and sometimes not-so wonderful
Frankly, I was completely in shock. Not that we didn’t expect it – we’ve been expecting it for some time. And, it wasn’t that we weren’t happy about it, either, because we were and still are. No,
With his Apostolic Letter of October 11, 2-11, Porta Fidei, Pope Benedict XVI declared that a Year of Faith would begin on October 11, 2012, and conclude on November 24, 2013. The first day of the Year of Faith marks the fiftieth
Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, shows that girls as young as six are being conditioned by secular media ...