Browsing: Virgin Mary
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the Solemnity of Blessed Mary, Mother of God. At the moment of his conception in the womb of Mary, an amazing thing happened. God the Son united himself with a human nature forever.
A look at Mary in the Hail Mary as Sarah Reinhard chats with Barb Szyskiewicz in this installment of the Word by Word contributor series.
Sarah Reinhard interviews Word by Word contributor Cat Hodge about the Hail Mary, the word “our,” and how to slow down.
They may be small words, but Jaymie Stuart Wolfe has plumbed the depths with them and given us a lot to think about as we pray them. Join us for today’s Word by Word Contributor interview!
What’s the Hail Mary mean to Catholic author and blogger Karen Edmisten? Find out in today’s interview, with a tip for slowing down in your prayer.
What does sudden turbulence, a conjunction you use all the time, and reading out loud have in common? Ginny Moyer’s wonderful insight as Sarah Reinhard interviews her in this latest installment of the Word by Word Contributor Series.
It’s amazing how important two letters can be, and in today’s Word by Word Contributor Interview, Shelly Kelly shares just how the two letters in the word OF impacted her and her praying of the Hail Mary.
What’s a womb have to do with Kevin Lowry and slowing down in prayer? Find out in Sarah Reinhard’s interview in this spotlight on the Word by Word contributors.
Pat Gohn and Sarah Reinhard discuss “fruit” and the Hail Mary and devotion to Mary in this installment of the Word by Word Contributor Interviews.
Author Michelle Buckman shares her reflection as part of the Word by Word Contributor Series hosted by Sarah Reinhard.
Karina Fabian shares her thoughts on the word “HOLY” and has a very simple (yet hard to implement) tip for slowing down in prayer in today’s Word by Word Contributor Interview.
Donna-Marie Cooper-O’Boyle joins Sarah Reinhard to talk about the Hail Mary, her word in the book, and her tips for us as we try to slooooooooow down in our prayer.