Author Archives: InTheProcess

Endurance, Labor and Trials

LTNS, no?  I’m sorry for being such a fair-weather blogger, but I’m now a mother of two who also works full time and manages a husband… 😀 I’ve been thinking a lot about my recent labor and the correlation that … Continue reading

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Some light marital blogging

I bet you thought I fell off the earth. Actually, I’ve just been super busy, Lenting, working, momming, expecting and being married. All these things take time and blogging has just not been at the forefront of my probabilities. I … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit, honestly!

I’ve become a little obsessed with the Holy Spirit lately.  Obviously, one can’t really have a favorite member of the Trinity; especially since they are so unconnectable.  Perhaps it is because the Holy Spirit has the least definition as a … Continue reading

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God as Love

Well, I wrote 80% of this blog yesterday, but for some reason dashboard decided to delete most of it.  On the bright side, I think this might be an even better post than the original, so here goes! I’ve been inspired … Continue reading

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Ed Peters, Marriage and Me

“To me, though, the whole thing is rather simple: either holy Communion is Who the Church says it is or it isn’t; either typical divorce and remarriage by Catholics constitutes objective grave sin (nb: no one is reading souls here, … Continue reading

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In anticipation of the true Knight in Shining Armor!!

Ok, I promised a tale about why all Christian countries have hero tales, almost uniquely male savior themes.  I then realized that I sold God short.  Paul states:  “For the invisible things of him (God), from the creation of the … Continue reading

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I must confess…

I was recently involved in a discussion regarding contrition. The thesis posited was: When Jesus forgave he didn’t ask any questions. He merely told the recipient to go and sin no more. Therefore, the idea of contrition is a later … Continue reading

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