Print on print/ brown on brown

On Sunday I went to mass and some teenagers were doing a great job lectoring. Homegirl second reading (I think) went up to the ambo with a polka dot shirt and a striped skirt and I was like, "Shut the door, girl, you're making it count." Because all of the people know that I'm pro... Continue Reading →

Family life family time

I live with my family. The direction we’re going is: in Catholic culture, we talk a lot about “community life” meaning, that life when you’re living with other people. And usually the verdict is that it’s hard and rough and requires virtue and more virtue to make it through. Maybe. But, I’m partial to that... Continue Reading →

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