Today was my last official day as Campus Minister and I’m a little sad. No longer will I get to see amazing student faces every day at work. Their joyful anecdotes made me laugh; their tearful stories hurt my heart; and I will miss every second of my time with them. Leaving something you love… Continue reading leaving campus ministry
This week I miss my people more than ever. Over the past few months, we have, together, lamented the loss of friendly faces and general fun to be had, but this week hit hard. I miss real conversations. I miss being able to sit down with a trusted loved one over coffee and really talk… Continue reading missing you and being holy
Being Catholic right now, in June of 2020, is testing my faith. I love being Catholic. Practicing this faith has taught me ways to pray, respect life, and love that resonate with my soul. My faith is both rooted in the church and given wings by that same church, keeping my spiritual life ever-growing and… Continue reading how to be catholic in june 2020
In the Gospel of Matthew, we hear, time and again, that the Kingdom of heaven is already here. Needless to say, Matthew is my favorite gospel. I want to believe in a heaven on earth; I’ve spent my life trying to find it. This heaven I’m looking for reveals itself in tiny blink and you… Continue reading heaven on earth – can it be real?
I’ve come to a point where I don’t know what to do. I want to act but I’m not sure how and I’m worried that, because of my paralysis, my own energy towards abolishing systemic racism will wane. Yesterday my friend invited me to attend a peaceful protest and I didn’t go. Me, a woman… Continue reading clutching my beads