April 17, 2023

Thank God for Dirt

After spending all day gardening with my kids, I realized something: Dirt is delightful.
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St. John Paul II’s secretary denies pope’s role in missing ‘Vatican girl’

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — St. John Paul II’s longtime aide denied the “vile insinuations” that the former pope was maliciously involved in the case of Emanuela Orlandi, a Vatican schoolgirl whose 1983 disappearance is the focus of an ongoing Vatican ...
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Two women's hands

To the Loud, the Soft-Spoken, the Quiet, and the Restless

Reflect There is diversity in the experience of womanhood. There is stillness and restlessness. There is joy amid grief. There is sacrifice, and there is life. The stories of the holy women who came before, the stories of the holy ...
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Mary Magdalene kisses jesus' feet

Apostle to the Apostles

Mary Magdalene chosen to be the first witness to the Resurrection. She is known as the “Apostle to the Apostles.” 
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