Book Review: Wendell Berry and the Given Life

As you’ve probably noticed, I read a lot of books. I’ve read a few dozen this year, but I’m always open to reading new books. When I read the description for Wendell Berry and the Given Life by Ragan Sutterfield, it caught my attention. Naturalist Ragan Sutterfield presents Wendell Berry’s vision for the creaturely life, …

Giveaway from The Little Flower Workshop

One of the best things about being a Catholic blogger is connecting with other Catholics. I’ve been fortunate enough to “meet” some amazing bloggers and artisans. I love supporting these wonderful people, and I am really excited to team up with Lauren of The Little Flower Workshop to do Stumbling Toward Sainthood’s first ever giveaway! …

Book Review: Our Lady of Fatima

I’ve mentioned a few times that my faith journey has twisted on and off the Catholic path, and despite being a cradle Catholic, I am still learning new things.  One of the newer things to me is Marian apparitions. The first time I had ever heard of them was my last year in college when …

Blogging Vacation

I’m going to be taking a blogging vacation for the rest of July. I’ll be working with some high schoolers, and I really want to be present for them during that time. In the meantime, check out these blog posts from some amazing Christian bloggers. There are a variety of topics below: from joy, to …

How to Make a Mini Prayer Binder

I am really bad at remembering things unless I write them down. I have reminders on my phone and a planner that I am really reliant on.  This forgetfulness includes prayer requests. To counter this, I started a little prayer notebook to keep track of various intentions. Unfortunately, the binding couldn’t hold up in my …

We Don’t Need NFP Police

I would be willing to bet money that any blog post or article that talks about the challenges of NFP will have something in the comment section along the lines of “You’re using NFP wrong anyways. The Church teaches that it should only be used in very serious circumstances.” This needs to stop. Before I …