Hello! And welcome!
Thank you for stopping by this space! My prayer is that you find the hope and encouragement you need within these pages. In case you would like to know a bit about the woman behind these faith-based reflections, here is a little bit about me:
I am Catholic, and I love my faith! To me, it is like receiving the Christmas gift that keeps on giving. You know, that one big box that has another box and another box inside just waiting to be unwrapped. In summer 2020, I discovered the Traditional Latin Mass, and it has revealed to me a new depth and richness to the Catholic faith. While it was new, it also felt familiar. It instantly affirmed within me a sense of Catholic heritage, inheritance, and my place of belonging in God’s family.
Wife + Mother
I am wife to Greg, who is the best husband I could have ever hoped for and who asked me to marry him on our first, official date.
I am mom to six children, ages 20 to 12. Like many moms, I spend my days running errands, helping with homework, and cooking meals, but I am the first to admit that I don’t love to cook. Greg and I strive to weave our faith into our daily routines as well as our traditions and celebrations.
I enjoy reading, knitting, and going out to coffee with a good friend.
I share my thoughts and reflections here, as well as at
I am also honored to be a contributing writer to two daily devotionals, both published by Ave Maria Press:
- The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections
- Called By Name: 365 Daily Devotions for Catholic Women
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Thanks again for stopping by! Feel free to leave a comment here or after any of my posts. I read every single one of them, I promise!
Sincerely in Jesus through Mary,
4 thoughts on “About”
Just want to drop by your website to say that you have a beautiful family–Amy Coney Barrett 2.0. While secularists seek to destroy what left of this world, faithfuls like you brighten up the day.
This is a short personal note to appreciate your efforts to make us reflect on matters of our faith and consequent committment.
God bless you and your family!
Fr V Maria Alphonse.
My very small Cathlic church is hoping to sponsor a small prayer filled morning addressing the anxiety or sadness we as mothers or fathers feel when we witness our children and grandchildren turn away from their faith. Do you ever speak at events such as this? Can you offer any guidance?
Hi Virginia, please feel free to reach out via email (email@example.com), and I would be happy to talk more about this with you.