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I WANT YOUR HEART

“I want your heart.” These words came to me one day this past January as I was praying in the chapel. Since then, I have not been able to get them out of my head. My first thought was, “Jesus, I have already given you my heart! I am a missionary, after all…”

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Saint in the Making

Since our baptism, we were meant to be saints in the kingdom of heaven. I have been reflecting about people making comments on wanting to become saints. How does one become a saint? To become a saint, one must live a life of holiness. Many perceive that holiness is reserved […]

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Why I Deleted My Facebook (Saints by Halves): One Year Later

I first posted this blog one year ago yesterday after deleting my Facebook account. One year later and I don’t regret it a bit. That’s right, no night sweats or newfound social awkwardness, just a little more holy (I hope…)

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Holiness is Accessible

Yesterday we were graced to be able to lead a Day of Reflection for the Core Team of an Atlanta area parish. Honestly, I think our mission community did nothing all day…

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Let Me See Your Halo

So, recently I’ve been thinking about sainthood. I know that we’re all called to be saints, but do I realistically think I can be one? Many times, I don’t. Have you heard of the universal call to holiness? I was introduced to the idea a few years ago, yet, despite […]

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Why I Deleted My Facebook (Saints By Halves)

This past week I sent out a message to my mission support group on Facebook letting them know that I had decided to delete my Facebook page. It was about 7am in the morning, we had just gotten out of our morning Holy Hour, and I wasn’t prepared to go into full details as to why I had made this decision, but I knew it had to be done…

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