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DANISH PASTRY
July 20, 2020 | No Comments
DANISH PASTRY –  Modified from a recipe found on Epicurious 2016 I can still smell and taste those fresh, cardamom-scented Danish the mothers served in the 1950’s on Frist Friday after Mass at Our Lady of the Assumption elementary school.  On a cold rainy day, we would process through the drizzle from Mass to our[...]
In my coaching practice, every client asks what God’s will is for them. That’s good! It means people sincerely want to please him. Remember that even though God KNOWS what will happen in your life, that does not mean he PLANNED it. You and those around you have a wonderful, powerful, and terrible gift called[...]
No, it’s not some creepy Catholic thing about sex.  What IS “Theology of the Body?” It’s a treasure map. It’s a marriage manual. It’s the key to every heart’s desires. It’s a beautiful bible study, rich in spousal imagery. It’s the answer to the very meaning of life! It was the seventies and I was[...]
Separation sounds like a bad word when it comes to an ailing marriage, but it may be just what the doctor ordered. But first, let’s separate it into two areas: Separation within a marriage Separation from a spouse Some separation can be loving In marriage, the two are meant to become one[1], but that doesn’t[...]

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