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What if We Stopped Worrying?

How much time do you spend worrying? Really, think about it. When you go to sleep at night, are you worrying about the future and the hypothetical things that might happen? It’s hard not to, that’s for sure. But there [...]

Drive-By for Sr. Caroline and Corrine

Thank you to everyone who came out to the drive by for Sister Caroline and Corrine today! They had the most amazing time seeing all of you (as you can see from these pictures!) And most importantly, thank you again [...]

Let Me Sow Love

I’m sure most of us are familiar with this quote: “Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love.” It’s by St. Francis of Assisi. We all know this phrase because we sing [...]

The Secret of Happiness

I’ll never forget the time years ago when my younger sister was crying on the couch. She was about five years old at the time, and she looked so sad. I asked her what was wrong, and she answered: “I’m [...]

Love for Others

Isn’t it hard sometimes to just do things for others without thinking of how it will affect ourselves? How often do we think first of our own needs before someone else’s?

How Do You Make Others Feel?

How do you make people feel? How do people leave you? This is something that we don’t really think about when we talk to people or go through life. But it’s something that we need to be aware of, because [...]

A Little Extra Peace For You Today

Sometimes, the St. Faustina Diary just gets me through the hard times, I’m not kidding. Here is quote from there that seems so timely to what’s going on in society today, and I thought I’d share it with you in [...]

How to Stay Motivated During Quarantine

Sometimes this quarantine can really bring us down. It can be easy to lose hope, it seems like! We can even fall into laziness. It’s not bad to have a lazy day, but when it becomes a habit in our [...]

Staying Connected From Home

Life is crazy. You feel like you have no control. But guess what? Your prayer and spiritual life can still exist and even be stronger than ever! It might take a little getting used to, but St. Bernard Parish is [...]