Inspired by the Benedictine tradition of manual labor, Sister Kathleen O’Neill and her sisters support themselves by selling handmade candy — and lots of it.
Garone runs a food blog, ALoveLetterToFood.com, featuring recipes and articles about nutrition
Rooney is the author of a cookbook that focuses on the seasons and saints of Advent and Christmas.
“The cooking is spreading God’s word and love.”
Growing up Lutheran, she had many questions about the Catholic faith, and through prayer, the Holy Spirit, the Rosary and the help of her friends, she eventually found her way to the Church.
The muskrat tradition began in the late 1700s with French Catholics who had moved to Michigan.
St. Ignatius is the patron saint of the Jesuits, spiritual retreats, educators, the Basque country and soldiers.
“The more you live out your sonship with God,” says Father Lungren, “the better your life will be.”