Category Archives: Catholic

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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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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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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