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“What greater work is there than training the mind and forming the habits of the young?” —St. John Chrysostom
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Those of us have felt that artistic “spark” brimming within us — those of us that love to write, to create, to paint, draw and sing — would do well to heed the call upon our souls that this Letter speaks of.
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“On the eve of Septuagesima Sunday, the Alleluia was buried. Now it rises out of the tomb... The Alleluia is the heart of the Opus Dei; the song which the Moses of the New Testament sings together with His people after He has passed through the Red Sea of His Death into the glory of His Resurrection.” —Dom Winzen, OSB
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As St. Francis de Sales said, “Mount Calvary is the mount of lovers.”
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“By his passion and death on the cross Christ has given a new meaning to suffering: it can henceforth configure us to him and unite us with his redemptive passion.” (CCC 1505)
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“No matter what you have done, I love you for your own sake. Come to me with your misery and sins, with your troubles and needs, and with all of your longing to be loved.”
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A Response to Carrie Gress' Blog “Stay-at-Home Moms Have 4 Tough Tasks”
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This is what we were destined to be: pilgrims in love with our families, guided by the hand of Almighty God, and blessed with His goodness.
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Truly we are a privileged people, a holy nation, a people set apart to emanate the glory of God.
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How do we give Christmas the honor it deserves, not to mention the Christ Child it is meant to raise up in sight of the whole world?
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I knew that many crosses would come my way if I ran to Mother Church, but I could not resist Her love.
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How can we help our kids find Christ the King in the midst of the high-powered frenzy of the modern world's darkness?
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We should be in awe and be filled with a divine joy at the mere thought of a new child being brought into this world.
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“She was very concerned for the poor. She was very anxious to do something for them, and it was beautiful. That is why she was close to me.”
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Mother Teresa has volumes to speak to us as husbands, wives, parents, and even children — so let's listen.
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America “one nation, under God, with life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” may sound like a dream, but with enough prayer and plenty of fighting spirit, it's one dream that just might come close to true.
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Amanda Evinger

Amanda Evinger is the grateful mother of four children (and two others who have died), whom she homeschools with her husband Michael in a “little house on the prairie” in rural North Dakota. A convert from Calvinism, she spends her days in love with the Church and her vocation as wife and mother. She worked for nine years as Senior Writer for Catholic Stewardship Consultants and is a regular blogger and contributor to several Catholic publications, including the Latin Mass Magazine, Seton Home School Magazine, the Dakota Catholic Action, and the National Catholic Register.