Tagged: Seven Quick Takes

7 QT: Mary, Mother’s Day, and More

  May is the month of Mary. May 13th was the 100th anniversary of the first apparition of Our Lady of Fatima. Here are a couple of photos of the Fatima festivities in our diocese, including the pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima, which visited our diocese this past month.   2. Mother’s Day is a difficult day for me for many reasons, some...

7 QT: Fatima, Food, and Flowers

1. This is an amazing month! We celebrate the centennial of Fatima this month. I am giving away a FREE copy of my new book, “Fatima: The Apparition That Changed the World.” The book blog tour began this week and am blessed to have some great reviewers. Here is what they have had to say about the book so far:   Carolyn Astfalk: “This detailed story...

7 Quick Takes: Easter Joy, Divine Mercy

Happy Easter to all of you! As Catholics, we celebrate the Easter season for fifty days. I hope and pray that your heart is filled with the joy of the Resurrection of our dear Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Alleluia! This week’s Seven Quick Takes will be primarily a photo journal of my some of my activities and joys of the past few weeks. Enjoy!...

7 Quick Takes: Best Books of 2016

Since I am busy working on my third book, this will be a quick post. Here are my seven favorite non-fiction books from 2016: 33 Days to Merciful Love by Michael E. Gaitley, MIC How to Be Holy by Peter Kreeft Champions of the Rosary by Donald Calloway, MIC 7 Secrets of Divine Mercy by Vinny Flynn The Four Keys to Everlasting Love by Manuel...

7 Quick Takes: Christmas Edition

1.  The Christmas lights in Wichita this year have been amazing! On Gaudete Sunday, the third Sunday of Advent, which is characterized by joy, we went out to view the lights around the city.  Here is just a sampling of what we saw. Enjoy!   2.  I had my own Christmas miracle this past week, I signed a contract with TAN Books/St. Benedict Press. Praise...

Seven Quick Takes: Advent-Christmas Mix

This will be very quick, as Christmas is coming soon and I have barely begun to prepare for the season. I have been preparing spiritually for Christ’s coming during this Advent season, however, which is more important than preparing materially. I have been attending daily Mass, going to Confession on a frequent basis, and praying the Rosary and the Chaplet once or twice a day....