Monthly Archives: October 2013

Noooooooooooo!


This is what I feel like right now… :( It was literally an anguish to watch my hometown baseball team perform the worst collection of clumsy and sloppy baseball games I’ve ever watched them play.  Well… they definitely had some … Continue reading

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Pilgrimage for a Plenary Indulgence


These last few weeks have been *INSANE* at school (did I emphasise that enough?) The last time I felt this stressed with school, I was taking 21 credit hours (8 classes) and working 2 part time jobs.  Only having 2 … Continue reading

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Mail’s Here!


“Here comes the mail, it never fails, it makes me wanna wag my tail.  When it comes, I wanna wail, MAAAAAIIIIILLLLL!” If you watched Blues Clues as a preschool/kindergarten-er, you will have that song stuck in your head again for … Continue reading

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Monthly Novena to the Infant of Prague


Originally posted on The Greatest Tragedy:
“The more you honour me, the more I will bless you.” It’s almost time! The 17th of the month will soon be here and it will be time to continue our devotion to the…

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October 10th, 2009


Today is October 10th. It is a very special day for me. On this day, four years ago, I was baptised into the Catholic Church! My, my! Only four years have gone by?  Looking back, I sometimes think I have … Continue reading

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Response to: A Lay Catholic’s “What’s Your Game Plan?”


A friend of mine, A Lay Catholic, recently shared on his blog about his “Spiritual Game Plan”. I found it very interesting to read! http://alaycatholic.com/2013/09/25/whats-your-game-plan/ This doesn’t always seem like a comfortable subject to pursue in conversation, for various reasons.  The … Continue reading

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My New Best Friend!


I walked past this little guy every day, but I never thought we could be friends; considering every encounter usually left me with bruises and muttering in annoyance as I hobbled down the stairs. However, I realized that I must humbly apologize for my rash judgement. … Continue reading

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