The Inspiration Behind Modern NFP

    Where did modern Natural Family Planning originate? Modern NFP originated from Pope Paul VI's groundbreaking and controversial encyclical issued July 25, 1968. In 1968, many people anticipated and expected the Catholic Church to follow the direction set by their Protestant and other monotheistic brethren who accepted the practice of contraception especially hormonal birth … Continue reading The Inspiration Behind Modern NFP

Catholic Match Blog Post

Please. check out my latest blog post published on Catholic Match Institute's Blog. I'm hoping this article helps provide a Catholic perspective on relationships, marriage, and high risk pregnancy. Please, enter into a very personal and important topic that has touched my life and many other women. May God bless and keep you all! Real … Continue reading Catholic Match Blog Post

A Letter to My Future Husband #NPN2017

Dear Future Husband, In our day and age, I know it isn't a matter of whether or not you have been exposed to pornography, but a matter of what you did/do once you were. I ask you to be honest with me. I know. I learned the statistics, the appeal, the behavior, the prevalence, and … Continue reading A Letter to My Future Husband #NPN2017

Catholic 365 Article: NaProTECHNOLOGY for the Unmarried Woman

A couple months ago, I submitted an article to Catholic 365 which was published. This article is a follow-up to an article I wrote a couple years ago. The article is a personal witness and testimony to health and healing beyond hope. http://www.catholic365.com/article/6864/naprotechnology-for-the-unmarried-woman.html

Part 1: Pride Goes Before Disaster

“Pride goes before disaster, and a haughty spirit before a fall. It is better to be humble with the poor than to share plunder with the proud.” ~ Proverbs 16: 18-19 Other than the theme of love the theme of pride dominates the majority of literature- Hubris. I learned acutely this week: Pride has no … Continue reading Part 1: Pride Goes Before Disaster

Dear Little One,

*Dedicated to Francis, Noel, & Karol* With the news of your impending arrival, we rejoiced at the gift of your life and anticipated when we would interact with you in our surroundings. We marveled at the thought of another unique human being entering our family. We imagined the soft feel of a newborn paired with … Continue reading Dear Little One,

Life & Love with Chronic Illness

As the years of my life unfold, my medical record lengthens and complications arise. My life isn’t over. My ability to love isn’t less. It may be even more. There is something to maturation with age. Young enough at twenty-seven to not accept the status quo, challenge the system, and fight passionately for my goals, … Continue reading Life & Love with Chronic Illness

U.S. Catholic Christian Voting & Faithful Citizenship

Election Day on November 8th is fast approaching. Presidential and Vice Presidential debates ensue. People take stances or the lack therefore. Families argue. Friends argue. Catholics argue. Not to be too blunt, but evil feeds off of discord. If you've ever read C.S. Lewis' Screwtape Letters, you know that the little forces or the little … Continue reading U.S. Catholic Christian Voting & Faithful Citizenship

Weddings, Love, & Submission

One of my best friends is getting married this weekend on the Feast Day of St. Therese of Liseuix. A weekend of celebration with family and friends, fancy bridesmaid dresses and suites, and most importantly committing one man and one woman to each other before God and loved ones in the Sacrament of Marriage. The … Continue reading Weddings, Love, & Submission