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The Lazy Homeschooler’s Guide to Memorizing Scripture

Some time ago Brandon Vogt, a Catholic convert from Protestantism, wrote about how reading and memorizing scriptures is something he’s held on to from his protestant days. It’s an old post, but somehow it came to my attention back in March and I’ve been chewing on it for a while, trying to write up some […]

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The Little Oratory Giveaway– Winner Announcement

ELisa has won. Yay Elisa!!!! I wish I could give a copy of the book away to everyone who entered. If you do decided to go ahead and buy a copy… consider buying through my affiliate link: The Little Oratory: A Beginner’s Guide to Praying in the Home. I promise to spend every cent I […]

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The Word Became Flesh

I experienced a bit of liturgical disorientation tonight. As I was putting Lucia down for the night, I opened up iBreviary to pray evening prayer and started reading about a shoot springing from the root of Jesse. What? That’s an Advent antiphon. Did they mess up? Then, of course, I remembered that tomorrow, March 25, […]

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“Not a Need of Yours Has Been Forgotten”: Catechesis and Calligraphy

Recently Jen Miller has been pondering prayer and calligraphy and the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. In Light to Our Prayer she writes: The past few years I’ve used my calligraphy for my sons’ atrium. I’m creating something that will be used in the atrium, but it is prayer and meditation as I work. I […]

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