Rooted in Love: Our Calling as Catholic Women: Exceeded My Expectations: 5.0 out Rooted in Love: Our Calling as Catholic Women is not quite the book I expected it to be. This particular book exceeded my expe...
Friday, November 30, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Rooted in Love: Our Calling as Catholic Women: You won't be disappointed!: Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle has written a book from her heart to touch your own. From personal experience (and one wonders how any woman cou...
Saturday, November 24, 2012
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Thank you very much for the review, Julie.
God bless you and your family!
Thursday, November 15, 2012
What are your Thanksgiving plans? Tell us about them in the comment box. I've been so busy lately. My husband had major surgery, I just completed a book and I'm starting to write another! As well, I have one that is releasing any day now called, "Rooted in Love: Our Calling as Catholic Women." You can check that out on my website: www.donnacooperoboyle.com.
Can you believe that Thanksgiving is only ONE week away? I can't. The days zip by--a reminder to us that we need to seize every moment to pray and be a wonderful witness of Christ's love to others.
Did you ever pause to consider that God gives you an amazing opportunity to evangelize at your Thanksgiving dinner celebration? When you gather around your family table at the heart of your domestic church, you bow your heads to thank God when you pray your Grace Before Meals, followed by a Hail Mary or whatever you feel called to pray. You may have relatives who have joined you at the table who don't share your faith or who have left the faith. You might have grown children who have turned their backs on God. But, you're all there together breaking bread. Pray in advance that you can be a mighty light to all gathered, all by God's grace. And, whisper up a prayer while seated at your table that God will touch everyone deeply.
Hang on to your Thanksgiving traditions and continue to gather the family and other guests to your table to break bread, share stories and laughter. Who cares if the gravy burns or you forget the rolls in the oven! You'll laugh about that later, hopefully. For now, bask in the moments together, We really don't know what tomorrow will bring. All we have is now. Now is our time to pray and love.
For now, I'll leave you with a radio segment from a previous Thanksgiving regarding making Thanksgiving dinner and being together on the holiday, "Keeping it sane, simple, and holy" with Teresa Tomeo and me on our radio segment, "Mom's Corner."
Don't forget to leave your comments below, I'd love to hear from you. Share with us what you plan to do or perhaps a recipe.
God bless you and yours!
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
OSV Daily Take Blog: They lead, they serve, they witness. Give us your ...: Our Sunday Visitor is introducing a new end-of-the-year feature in OSV Newsweekly that highlights Catholics who have been outstanding exampl...
Friday, November 9, 2012
Catholic Moms Talk: My Children are the Heart of God Himself: I am pleased to welcome Kate Wicker to "Catholic Moms Talk" today. Kate shares a special story with us today. I suspect many moms will ...
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Catholic Moms Talk: Year of Faith Saint for November: St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, M.S.C. Missionary and founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Francis Xavier C...