Changing the Narrative of Isolation

Two days ago, I got caught up in Fr. Mike Schmitz Youtube Videos – as many do – and it was a major calling out that I really needed. I’ve been feeling pretty lonely recently. It’s the end of the school year, all my friends are leaving, I’m studying abroad in the fall, and I’m … Continue reading Changing the Narrative of Isolation

His Commands are Not Burdensome

Last Sunday the second reading really stood out to me and I’ve been wanting to write about it ever since. Something about it spoke a truth into my heart that I had forgotten about for a while. I’ve written out the passage below: “Everyone who believes that Jesus is the Christ is born of God, and everyone who … Continue reading His Commands are Not Burdensome

Dressing To Celebrate A Life-Giving God

Hey guys! So, I don't plan on posting on Friday out of reverence so I decided to do what I wanted to do on Friday for today! What to wear on Easter Sunday. Seems consequential to be thinking about what to wear when we are literally celebrating our God overcome death but hear me out! … Continue reading Dressing To Celebrate A Life-Giving God

Finding My Femininity in Their Masculinity – The Adventures of Iceland

Hey Y'all, I’m back! There are no words to describe the Spring Break that I just had. You might have seen on Instagram, but while some went to the beach or on mission trips for their spring break, me and five other people, who I didn’t really even know, decided to take an impromptu trip … Continue reading Finding My Femininity in Their Masculinity – The Adventures of Iceland

Comparison, the enemy’s favorite tool, and How to Overcome It

So, I recently had the most beautiful and fruitful confession I have had in a long time (I may have finally found a spiritual director!!) and for my penance, he instructed me to reflect on 1 Corinthians 12 and see how I can apply that to every aspect of my life. This passage is easily … Continue reading Comparison, the enemy’s favorite tool, and How to Overcome It