Quizzes, Concerts, and Roller Coasters

I remember sitting in my high school theology classroom, chanting these words in unison with fifteen other girls: “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy, but I come so that they might have life and might have it more abundantly.” John 10:10 That verse was one of the passages that my theologyContinue reading “Quizzes, Concerts, and Roller Coasters”

Pope Francis in Ireland

Pope Francis has been in Dublin, Ireland this past weekend for the World Meeting of Families, and by the grace of the Holy Spirit, I was blessed with the opportunity to see him! I am studying abroad in Dublin this semester with Champlain College.  That in and of itself is incredible, and I am soContinue reading “Pope Francis in Ireland”

March for Life Memories

The March for Life is the largest annual national gathering of pro-life individuals.  It is a protest march held in Washington D.C. in late January.  (This date is chosen to commemorate the handing down of the Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973.  That case determined that women have the right to an abortionContinue reading “March for Life Memories”

Mass Journaling

It was a weekday in late August.  I was already back at school, completing some training before classes started.  We were in training sessions from 8 AM to 8 PM for two weeks, and it was pretty draining, but we were pushing through. I was at breakfast one morning, scrolling through Instagram.  We weren’t allowedContinue reading “Mass Journaling”