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Remember when you were a kid and summer meant hours of daylight and you never thought about the clock?
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If you are tired, it’s not because you have failed — it’s because you have run a good race.
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Suor Cristina is not just a performer in a costume
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“When you are on the sidewalk, women see you as an outward sign of their inward conscience.”
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The March for Life has always been about suffering for the sake of those who suffer, mortifying our softness and making reparation.
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The strongest woman who ever lived never did anything that anyone noticed in her lifetime — but we haven’t stopped talking about her since.
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Mel Gibson could still become a great saint. Let’s pray for him.
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Norma McCorvey gave me sympathy for those in darkness and a longing to be the type of Christian who seeks to serve even at the risk of getting in trouble.
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“There is nothing quite so bad as something which is not so bad.”
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Sign up for the novena. Be counted. The bishops want to hear from you.
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Our Lord wants us to to receive His forgiveness through the ears and lips and hands of a fellow human being. He wants us to confess our sins to a priest.
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When the real America stands up, it uses its strength to lift people up, to protect, to comfort, to rescue, to sacrifice.
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I was blessed to meet Gianna Emanuela Molla, providentially learning that her saint-mom and I have the same wedding anniversary date.
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‘The world today needs saints with heroic witness,’ the African cardinal reminded World Meeting of Families attendees, starting with families.
Susie Lloyd

Susie Lloyd is the author of Bless Me, Father, For I Have Kids and lots of other fun stuff you can find on her website: susielloyd.com. She spent the last 25-plus years homeschooling her seven kids, yet managed to win three Catholic Press Association awards anyway. When there’s enough food in the house, she speaks at conferences or appears on EWTN or paints the bathroom.