Mindfulness, a Wolf Disguised as a Lamb

It has become even more frequent to go into a school gym and see students in the lotus flower position, or lying on a tatami mat with their eyes closed and with silly smiles on their faces practicing mindfulness.

June 15, 2018 by Home of the Mother Magazine

How to Evangelize

Many years ago, when I had recently moved to Jacksonville, Florida, I was feeling very lonely, I was depressed and I was searching for something...

June 8, 2018 by Carole Borz

Priorities in Love

Children must be taught to love God more than they love Mom and Dad. I mentioned this in a homily recently. It provoked shocked faces...

June 5, 2018 by Fr. Colum Power

Recipes and DIY’s

DIY At Home Cooking Camp for Children

SUMMER!!! CAMPS!!! Aaaaaaah! I was looking at a local children's magazine in hopes to sign my children up for swim lessons...

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The Bench

On Holy ground, barefoot steps fall,
Mommy look, there is a man!  One child ahead calls.
I approach and tears instantly flow without a sound.
You were disguised as I hesitated to draw closer to the mound.
Too often rejected, it is Christ Jesus we have found.

Treasures of Our Church

My experience in one of the Treasures of Our Church 

I believe that all of you know that a short while ago in Florida, U.S.A., Hurricane Irma affected us; a storm never seen before. It was bigger than Colombia, my country of origin. Due to the threat of the hurricane, many Floridians decided to evacuate - far away from the winds and water that Irma was bringing to our area. I was one of the thousands of Floridians who evacuated out of the state, and I chose the State of Alabama because the projection of the storm showed that Alabama would not be touched by Irma and its tentacles.