Elisabeth Leseur (1866-1914) is a Servant of God, meaning she is being investigated by the Church for possible canonisation. Whether or not she is eventually recognised as a saint (I pray that she will be!), she has had a profound effect on my life and spirituality. It is really her example that led me to… Read More Elisabeth Leseur
Lord, Thank You for the gift of a new day of marriage. A new chance to love better; To serve better; To embrace my vocation. I ask you, Lord, to help me embrace my cross, As You embraced Yours, Out of love. I pray, Lord, that You will show my spouse Your love, That he… Read More A morning prayer for my marriage
I started this blog because I couldn’t find a voice in the Catholic social media sphere that spoke to my position as a devout Catholic, married to someone who does not share my faith. I suspected that I am not alone in this situation. I converted to Catholicism in 2016, a few months after I… Read More Who am I, and who is this blog for?
As Catholics, we are blessed to have the Catechism of the Catholic Church to provide us with answers to questions about faith, morality and doctrine. Consequently, we have a clear answer to the question of whether Catholics can marry non-Catholics. The short answer: yes, but there will be some challenges. So, let’s look straight to… Read More What does the Catechism say?
I have a lot to thank the world of Catholic social media for – above all, my faith. I had always been interested in, or even drawn to, Catholicism, but it was not something I ever envisaged as being for me. The only Catholics I knew were my grandma, and a few other lukewarm Catholics amongst… Read More About Faithful and Fruitful
For a while, I was afraid that I was the only person experiencing the struggles that come with not sharing my faith with my spouse. It was a lonely place to be – I assumed that my non-believing friends and family would be unable to understand why it’s a problem, and my fellow Catholics would… Read More Vision