My mom was recently featured by the Davis Phinney Foundation, an organization that helps people diagnosed with Parkinson's live a good life! https://www.davisphinneyfoundation.org/blog/moments-of-victory-jan-grimes-found-the-silver-lining-in-her-parkinsons-diagnosis/
Sorry, the blog has been inactive as of late. The busy life of seminary makes it difficult to update this blog. But Now I'm at a parish and will update this blog from time to time. I graduated from Notre Dame Seminary this past May. The Diocese has assigned me to Ascension of our Lord … Continue reading Update on my Journey
Marian feast days are always my favorite days of the year when it comes to the liturgy of the hours. Check out some of the beautiful prayers from the prayers for last night and today! My favorite one, "Through Eve the gates of heaven were closed to all mankind; through the Virgin Mother they were … Continue reading Liturgical Prayers of the Assumption
Today is an important feast for Deacons, one of the earliest known Deacons of the Church and a saint who is mentioned in the Roman Canon (Eucharistic Prayer I). One aspect of his story really sticks out to me; after the Martyrdom of Pope Saint Sixtus II, the prefect of the city demanded that Lawrence … Continue reading St. Lawrence Deacon and Martyr
Here is the powerpoint I used at my bible study, enjoy! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1zeECzAKVODS7mkGBxWxoiXd8EJMPs1-T_aBwf2omMts/edit?usp=sharing
A year ago today I went through a major surgery to fix my caved in chest. It’s amazing how far I have come since then. Those 6 weeks of intensive recovery brought me closer to Christ’s passion, as I suffered through much pain. While the pain is gone now, I still have two years of … Continue reading One Year Anniversary
Celebrating another year of life from the Lord. This is going to be an important year of my life. May the Lord continue to bless me every day, keep me in prayer!