What a timeless practice. It is an honor and a privilege to consider myself Catholic. Traditions such as perpetual adoration only solidify the love I have for the Church, and for Christ who has given us the Church as a direct care for our souls.
Oh, this is gold. Pure gold. Christ in action, through his brother priests. Thank you, Dominicans, for upholding the charity of our beloved faith!
So proud of my faith and it’s representatives who act like this.
This child will have a good home. Pray for the birthmother.
Very powerful story. I just added her book to my Amazon cart in advance of her re-release later this spring. Grateful for women who have endured, and then found their voice, because they’re helping all of us find ours.
If you’ve ever searched for meaning in suffering, this wonderful, wonderful woman is one of the most powerful examples of that in our lifetime. A dear friend of mine is suffering, and she is making the best use of it possible by purifying herself and others. Pray for her, and consider donating to her GoFundMe.
For anyone who may need an encouraging word as they or someone they know is battling a substance addiction…
So… this is really interesting.
“Against a grim backdrop of rising suicide rates among American women, new research has revealed a blinding shaft of light: One group of women — practicing Catholics — appears to have bucked the national trend toward despair and self-harm.”