Author Tiffany Walsh
Advent is a time for quiet reflection, but it is also an opportunity for us to be bold with our spiritual goals. Tiffany Walsh describes how her Advent journaling exercise has awakened a newfound desire to reach for lofty, lifelong goals, inspired by the example of St. John the Baptist.
Although we’re not yet at Advent, preparation for that season of expectation can begin early! Tiffany Walsh offers her experience with an annual 54-day rosary novena in October that will transform Ordinary Time into something quite extraordinary.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 2: Developing Trust in Jesus through the Divine Mercy Devotion, from Divine Mercy for Moms, by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet. Join us as we discuss trust and the ways you can incorporate a devotion to Divine Mercy to increase it.
September heralds a very busy season for many families. Tiffany Walsh offers a suggestion of how she uses a collage of prayer cards to provide daily comfort and prayer during this hectic time of year.
Summertime can quickly become an opportunity for us to lose track of our usual prayer life and spiritual routines. Tiffany Walsh offers two ideas for keeping our summer stretch of Ordinary Time vibrant and refreshing.
As the Extraordinary Year of Mercy unfolds, what better way to contemplate it more fully than to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet? Tiffany Walsh describes how she first learned the chaplet, and how its message impacts her vocation as a wife and mother, in this article for our Ordinary Time, Extraordinary Mercy series.
Experiencing a difficult time of spiritual dryness can be painful to manage. Tiffany Walsh describes five strategies that she implements, including a devotion to Our Lady Star of the Sea, when spiritual waters become choppy for her.
Although Lent, with its intensity of new spiritual practices and sacrifices, is over for another year, Easter can carry on that same type of renewal in our faith walk. Tiffany Walsh discusses her new approach to spiritual refreshment in Easter season, and throughout the liturgical year.