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The Ordinary Way

I am always astonished when I come across something beautiful or exciting in Catholicism, not because I’m surprised to find something more than a list of rules, but rather how is this not more widely known? Why are these beautiful teachings and … Continue reading

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Restless Hearts

Recently, I was having a conversation with a friend who is about to go on maternity leave. I was excited for her because we had identical pre-kid lives, where we worked and went to school and then once school was … Continue reading

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Defending the Trinity

Up until a month ago I had never really contemplated the Holy Trinity. It was one of those things all Christians believed and even though it was a mystery I didn’t doubt it was true. Then I found myself reading … Continue reading

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Pray For Myriam & All Those In The Middle East

I have spent a lot of time teaching and discussing the martyrdom of the early Christians over the years, but never expected to live during a time where we see it happening again. Seeing this video made me finally understand the Roman … Continue reading

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Catholicism in 120 Characters or Less

When I began teaching a few years ago they told us that our students attention span was no more than twenty minutes. Today, those same experts are now telling us that the attention span of a teenager is maybe fifteen … Continue reading

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Synod on the Family 2014

There is a lot of media attention on the Family Synod most of it terribly wrong.  To get away from the misinformation I have been trying to get through the actual synod document provided on the Vatican website.  I haven’t … Continue reading

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Pride, Prejudice & God

While out walking contemplating whether or not to blog,  musing about why I chose the name “Seeking Pemberley” and whether I should venture into a new blog completely I started thinking about the story of Pride and Prejudice.  It then dawned on … Continue reading

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