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Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh
 
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How an afternoon lark in 1968 turned into the meeting of a lifetime.
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My mother drew joy and support from her Catholic faith, and she knew the importance of the Mass and the Rosary.
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Your life makes a difference more than you can possibly comprehend.
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“If all my prayers aren't answered, then, Lord, I'll understand.”
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“Please God, give Jesse and all of the homeless that special place in Heaven they so deserve.”
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Mary’s selflessness, her ability to console, her willingness to bring us all to her Son Jesus in our spiritual journey—all of this makes her worthy of the honor we acknowledge on this important Solemnity.
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Our routines are pretty robotic sometimes. But did we remember to start our day with prayer?
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“The witness of Scripture is unanimous that the solicitude of divine providence is concrete and immediate; God cares for all, from the least things to the great events of the world and its history.” (CCC 303)
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Why was it important to the Irish people to recognize this particular missionary?
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“I desire you to know who I am. I am the ever-Virgin Mary; mother of the true God who gives life and maintains its existence.”
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Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh

Catherine (Cathy) Mendenhall-Baugh completed her education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, majoring in special education and minoring in English.  She now works as an insurance agent in Portland, Ore.

A mother and a grandmother, Cathy grew up in a large Catholic family and has spent the last 30 years being a caregiver for her husband, Jack.  She is also a cancer survivor, which inspired her writing over six years ago.  She is currently writing for Tuscany Press and is also working on several other writing projects.