Archive for: ‘January 2015’

New Articles for January 30, 2015

January 30, 2015 Posted by Shannon

Even though it’s been a busy week, the Holy Spirit really pushed me to write these for you.  I hope they touch you in some way.

Harmonizing with the Angelsjesus teaching stained glass

God’s Path

St. Blaise

Gospel Reading and Thoughts for February 1, 2015

New Articles for January 23, 2015

January 23, 2015 Posted by Shannon

Hello!  I have been a little contemplative this week as we gear back up our busy spring season.  I wonder if you can see yourself or your kids in any of these articles!stained glass cross

Progression in Parenting

Too Weird for this World

St. John Bosco

Gospel Reading and Thoughts for January 25, 2015

 

New Articles for January 17, 2015

January 17, 2015 Posted by Shannon

Is it too late for New Year Resolutions?  Check out articles on New Year’s resolutions and relics of saints as well as the gospel and saint for the week!

Relics of Saintspeter and andrew stained glass

New Year’s Resolutions

St. Thomas Aquinas

Gospel Reading and Thoughts for January 18, 2015

New Articles for the New Year

January 9, 2015 Posted by Shannon

Wow is it cold out there!  Check out a recipe to warm you up as well as reflections on a stained glass windows.  Also, there is a rush of saints at the end of the month, so even though St. Sebastian and St. Agnes don’t have their feast days for another week or so, there are too many to cover in one week, so they get to come early!baptism of christ

Stained Glass Windows

Golf Ball Soup

Sts. Sebastian and Agnes

Gospel Reading and Thoughts for January 11, 2015

Articles for January 4, 2015

January 2, 2015 Posted by Shannon

Happy New Year!  I pray that you all are still enjoying the Christmas season!  It is the 10th day of Christmas – ten lords a-leaping!

Here are a few articles to help you celebrate the New Year and the Feast of the Epiphany coming up this weekend!

epiphany

Epiphany House Blessing

Gospel Reading and Thoughts for January 4, 2015

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton