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Monthly NFP Update: Lessons in Drug Reactions

August- a month of opposites. The Creighton Method and Naprotechnology treatment requires a huge helping of patience and humility with a hefty sprinkling of courage and trust. In these moments of increased suffering and confusion, my relationship with God shifts into a more pristine focus- better aligned and less muddled by my pride and control. … Continue reading Monthly NFP Update: Lessons in Drug Reactions

Saint of the Month: St. Mark Ji Tianxiang

Watching EWTN’s daily Mass with my Mom, we learned about an unique Saint with a profound story and witness. My monthly NFP update involves drug reactions; therefore, I decided to chose a saint of the month that lived heroic virtue in the face of unthinkable odds. St. Mark Ji Tianxiang died a martyr and an … Continue reading Saint of the Month: St. Mark Ji Tianxiang

Monthly Devotion: Our Lady of Sorrows Novena

The month of September holds a few special Marian Feast Days: September 8th: The Birth of Mary September 12th: The Holy Name of Mary September 15th: Our Lady of Sorrows In honor of these Marian Feasts, the Holy Spirit guided me to praying the Novena to Our Lady of Sorrows as Chronically Catholic Blog’s Monthly … Continue reading Monthly Devotion: Our Lady of Sorrows Novena

On the Christian Meaning of Suffering

BE NOT AFRAID. I decided to return once more to the 1984 Apostolic Letter written by St. JP II titled Salvifici Doloris: On the Christian Meaning of Suffering that addressed the ever present question of suffering: why, what, and how? God transformed even something not part of His original design for humanity (suffering, pain, death, … Continue reading On the Christian Meaning of Suffering

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