#WorthRevisit: The Holy Innocents

(In the liturgical calendar of the Latin Church (Roman Catholic), December 28th is the Feast of the Holy Innocents. I posted this three years ago.  Because the Sanctity of Human Life is still so important to me, I wanted to share as a #WorthRevisit post.  I am linking up on Reconciled to You and Theology […]

Special Project!

Just a quick note to share some exciting news.  Earlier this year, I was invited to contribute a personal reflection for a new book by Catholic author and speaker Colleen C Mitchell!  I met Colleen in June of 2016 at the Finding Your Fiat women’s conference here in the Peoria Diocese.  The book is available at Franciscan […]

#WorthRevisit: #EveryLifeisaGift

It’s time for another Wednesday #WorthRevisit. Plus I am continuing my focus on Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month. Tomorrow is Gabriel’s birthday.  He would be 22 years old if he was still living on this earth.  Hard to believe it sometimes.  I will be speaking next week at the local Pregnancy and Infant Loss […]

#WorthRevisit: Grab Your Umbrella!

It’s Wednesday, which means I am revisiting a post from before, and linking it up to Reconciled to You and Theology is a Verb. I appreciate these two blogs sharing my posts, but I am also happy to discover other blogs too! This post originally appeared in August 2015. Students for Life Illinois will be […]

#WorthRevisit: My Deformed Left Hand

It’s time for a #WorthRevisit post!  Today, a friend tagged me in a Facebook “memory” from four years ago.  It was a picture (not the one below) from the local Walk for Life.  It sparked memories for me too, as it was one of the last events I served as Executive Director.  I remembered that […]

#WorthRevisit: Mothers, Earth, and Babies

I love this Wednesday “WorthRevisit link-up!  I am prepping this in advance because I will be busy at the Heartbeat International conference.  I looked at some prolife posts from the past, and decided to revisit this one.  It’s a long post, but one of my favorites because it is near and dear to my heart. […]