Category Archives: Catholicism

An Advent Chasuble – Part 1

This project has been completed, but I didn’t want to blog about it until the finished product had been revealed. Unfortunately, unless you attend my church you will have to wait for the big reveal at the end of this … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Call to Mercy; Hearts to Love, Hands to Serve

When I was growing up the model of perfect goodness was Mother Teresa. If anybody could be classified as holy and saintly, it was her. Before reading A Call to Mercy the only thing that I knew about Mother Teresa … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Catholic Catalogue by Melissa Musick and Anna Keating

As a fairly new Catholic I was intrigued when I saw ‘The Catholic Catalogue’ by Melissa Musick and Anna Keating. It seems like I always have questions about¬†various aspects of the faith, but my husband is not always able to … Continue reading

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Winter Cross Framed

I am still so excited that I managed to finally finish this piece! Halfway through it I thought that I might have been insane to start it. I’m glad that I did, though. I’ve had a spot reserved for it … Continue reading

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Book Review: The American Catholic Almanac

As a new Catholic I look for things to read that inspire me and help me to grow in my¬†faith. Since I didn’t grow up Catholic I had high hopes that “The American Catholic Almanac” by Brian Burch and Emily … Continue reading

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My Baptism

This past weekend I was baptized, confirmed and took first communion in the Catholic Church. It was a big step for me because my family has not ever been overly religious. My parents never had me or my sisters baptized … Continue reading

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