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If you’re in Columbus next weekend… #2015ccwc

…there’s only one place to be, and that’s the 2015 Columbus Catholic Women’s Conference! The theme this year is “At the Foot of the Cross,” which is dear to me in many, many, MANY ways. (Note to self: DO NOT WEAR MASCARA.) This painting was...
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Register Now for a Free Online Conference for Catholic Moms!

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I’m really excited about the upcoming Catholic Conference 4 Moms that Tami Kiser has been pulling together. Video link On the website, it explains just how easy-peasy this will be: Every day during the conference, Friday, March 6- Monday,March 9, you will have access to 5-6...
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Pictures from 3 Amazing Days at #RECongress in LA

Two days ago, I flew across the country. It’s my first trip to California, and I have many observations. One of them involves the sun and the temperature. The reason I’m here is the Diocese of Los Angeles’ Religious Education Congress, where Lisa Hendey and...
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A Smile with #SmallSuccess on the Side

Matt Warner (who knew what snow is), Brandon Vogt (who is just shy of TEN YEARS younger than me!), Sarah Reinhard, Josh Simmons (eCatholic)
It’s Thursday, which means we’re taking the time to note our successes, however small, today over at CatholicMom.com. Here are mine: 1. I played hookey on Tuesday. I put on a favorite scarf, did my hair, put in a pair of my comfort earrings, and...
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Catholic Writers Live Coming Soon!

This is realllllly worth attending, and I’m going to be stalking it with great interest, as I’m unable to attend. I went for the first time a few years ago and had a blast of a time, learned a ton, and, best of all, met some great...
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Snapshots of my life of late

Because I HAVE to blog every day, you know. (Does this add to my traffic? Does. not. matter. I have bigger motivations.) And this is all I have for ya, so enjoy:
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All Sisters Are NOT Nuns

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There I was, in front of 2000 women, all but squeeing about nuns as I introduced them. I stepped away, smiling and thoroughly enjoying myself, eager to hear what they had to say about living the virtues through the lens of Mary. Except, as I...
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