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.
Author Tiffany Walsh
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.
Exploring the lives of the saints with your child is a meaningful way to instill a childhood love of our Catholic faith. Tiffany Walsh describes how her own son has come to appreciate stories of the saints via the child saint, St. Dominic Savio.
Lent is an ideal time to boost your spiritual routine. Tiffany Walsh suggests small, simple ideas to add into your Lenten experience that can lead to a meaningful Easter morning.
The Christmas season comes to a conclusion with the celebration of the Baptism of the Lord, and Tiffany Walsh discusses the personal significance of this feast and how it relates back to the Christmas message of our faith.
It is easy to allow Advent to become a season of rushed busyness rather than one of reflective contemplation and joyful liturgical traditions. Tiffany Walsh describes the small ways she strives to keep the spirit of Advent alive within her home.
Our choice of patron when receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation can lead to a lifetime of spiritual companionship and intercession. Tiffany Walsh describes how her unlikely choice of St. Cecilia has become a relationship of ever-deepening meaning and joy.
Our best-laid plans rarely turn out the way we envision, but humorous reflections can help ease the strain. Join Tiffany Walsh for a look at an evening, and a craft project, that did not turn out exactly as planned…
In part 2 of her reversion story, Tiffany Walsh describes her crisis of faith during graduate school, and how daily Mass and St. Cecilia led her home.
Third Orders are an opportunity for laypeople to adopt the spirituality of a religious order that speaks to their heart. Tiffany Walsh discusses her journey as a twenty-something who thought she was a natural Carmelite, but ultimately found joy and peace with the Dominicans.
As a cradle Catholic, Tiffany Walsh thought she didn’t have a dramatic conversion tale to tell. Every life of faith, however, has a story. Come find out how St. Kateri and Our Lady wove a beautiful heritage of faith for her family.