Monthly Archives: May 2014

In Support of Government Funding Religious Schools

For the last couple weeks all I have been hearing on the radio, on the news and in my own family (3 of us are teachers) has been the ongoing labour dispute between the public school teachers and provincial government. … Continue reading

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Mom’s Can’t Be Stylish…or Can They?

One of the most startling realizations I have had, since becoming a mom,  is how hard it is to look put together.  I mean, having a shower or doing my hair never took a colossal amount of planning before. I am … Continue reading

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Book Review: Something Other Than God

I have been following Jennifer Fulwiler’s blog: Conversion Diary for some time now and like many others waited extremely patiently for her book, Something Other Than God to come out. It was worth the wait. Not only did I finish … Continue reading

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Infant Baptism

When I told an acquaintance recently that we had our baby baptized she asked us why we did it. I knew she was of another Christian denomination and believed in Baptizing older children & adults only.  When Catholics get asked this … Continue reading

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Screaming at the Font

Well, God didn’t waste anytime letting me know how hard it is going to be to raise your kids Catholic. I thought I had at least till the age of thirteen. Nope. It has already started and our daughter hasn’t … Continue reading

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