We’re thrilled to give our readers a sneak peek at The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections, the newest addition to our CatholicMom.com Book Imprint with Ave Maria Press. Today, Allison Gingras explains how prayer, scripture and the sacraments help keep our “grace wells” from running dry.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, reminding us that the fullness of truth, the fullness of life, the fullness of grace deserves our full attention.
The grace that we cannot see gives us tools we can use to follow God’s will. Susan Bailey reveals how time spent at adoration gave her the tools to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
In the midst of a week that had arrows flying her way, Roxane Salonen discovers a moment of grace in the storm.
Our lives are fragile, as easily broken as jars of clay. Kaye Hinckley suggests that in our brokenness, if we allow God’s grace to unwind us, our inner sight will change. We will make an attempt to understand how much God loves us, and when we understand that, we will see things differently.
Mercy is not a cheap pass for our wrongdoing. Judy Klein asserts that it is, instead, the very intersection where our transgressions meet Love; the place where a personal encounter with Love Himself impels us to change our minds, hearts and lives. This is what conversion is all about.
Sr. Margaret reflects on the chapter titled “Witness and Wisdom: How Our Spiritual Lives Bless Others” from the book True Radiance: Finding Grace in the Second Half of Life by relating it to the process of weaving fabric.