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About last night: we danced (a lot), we swooned (JT forevah!), we ate a ton of pizza, we shopped, brunched, and had the best time in downtown KCMO. We also got numerous gasps when people found out we collectively have 8 kids, and that we we are in our thirties! (Still can’t believe we graduated college almost 10 years ago! 😮) Here’s to getting carded, and living the old college days again with my best friends! Love my BC roomies!❤️ #3bftach
That moment you realize he’s rocking the “ghost stash” again.🤦🏻♀️🤦🏻♀️🤦🏻♀️ • Buble last night was incredible! Tonight...JT! Finally! Can’t wait to see my college roomies!!!
Saint Teresa of Avila said that we should go to St. Joseph as an intercessor because he has great power with God. The development of my relationship with this great Saint has been slow, but I am so ready to get to know him better. Joseph—the foster father of Jesus, and devoted husband of Mary—was a protector of the Holy Family. I can only imagine why God wants us to know him better! I envision him wanting so badly to build Jesus a crib, only to have to lead them on a harrowing journey to have him born safe—far from home—in a manger. I see him rocking and cradling Jesus as a baby, staring at Him in wonder of all God was accomplishing through this tiny, dependent child. I imagine him teaching the child Jesus to work with His hands, tucking Him in at night, and teaching Him to practice obedience. I envision him growing deeply in love with his Son, as he watched Him grow over the years. It was in God’s plan for Jesus to join us in our humanity in every way except sin, and as such, Jesus had the most blessed parents of all. My prayer is to grow closer to him, and I pray the same for all of us, so that St. Joseph might be for us as well a loving guide, caretaker, and intercessor as we make our journey of faith. Tell me, if you know him well...what do you love about him? 🙏🏼 Saint Joseph, pray for us! . . Also, special shoutout to my own Joseph! You’re the best husband and father to our kiddos—you’re more than I could’ve ever hoped for! Love you! Happy Feast day!💗 . . #catholic #christian #catholicfaith #catholicism #bissisterhood #jesus #prayer #catholicliving #catholicsisters #projectblessed #peaceinchrist #christianliving #jesuslovesyou #catholicism #catholicblogger #blogger #heartofchrist #holyspirit #catholicconnect #hope #lent #stjoseph
Here comes the sun, doo doo doo doo. Here comes the sun and I say, it’s all right. ☀️🙌🏼☀️🙌🏼
I recently heard in a rosary meditation the idea that we can’t feel at safe or at home in this world until someone tells us that we’re good, worthwhile, and that they delight in us. This is what God is trying to tell us in our Baptism! God loves you, not because of what you do, but because of who you ARE: His son or daughter! It went on to reflect on the fact that what we need in our existence is to be loved by another, yet we have a hard time accepting UNDESERVED love. We want to earn it. We want to be loved for how we act, what we do, what we look like, what we produce, and/or what we accomplish in the world. But pause, and truly reflect on this: you do not merit God’s love. It’s pride that makes us think that we have to earn it through virtue or good deeds or in any other way. But that’s a real source of anxiety and makes us self obsessed! Find peace in knowing that God loves you unconditionally, friends. His love is whole, it is free, it is undeserved, and it’s for YOU. Don’t let pride convince you that you have to behave or produce in a certain way in order to be appreciated. God is our Father and loves us UNCONDITIONALLY, and when we come to understand this, we come to learn that we don’t have to worry! “We just have to learn how to accept His love, let it in, transform us, and then pass from us to others. The more time we spend with our Father, the more we will see how totally and unconditionally he loves us...and the happier and more peaceful we’ll be.” (Mike Scherschligt from School of Faith in Kansas City) . . . #catholic #christian #catholicfaith #catholicism #bissisterhood #jesus #prayer #catholicliving #catholicsisters #projectblessed #peaceinchrist #christianliving #jesuslovesyou #catholicism #catholicblogger #blogger #heartofchrist #holyspirit #catholicconnect #hope #lent #blessedisshe #dietoself
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