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By Casey Sprehe In part 1 that posted Aug. 1 , I shared podcasts that my kids enjoy. In this post, I’ll share some audiobooks that have made our car rides more enjoyable! First, there are two, free audiobook podcasts that we use daily. If you are into audiobooks,
By Casey Sprehe Feasts and fasts. Purifications and celebrations. The church’s extremes throughout the year are chances for me to model for my kids what liturgical living looks like. Pentecost – the birthday of the church – is a time we draw them into the celebration more than Sunday Mass.
By Casey Sprehe At the beginning of Lent, I wrote this (Approaching the desert) article. A month into Lent, I’ve already forgotten my own words. God surely did pick my Lent for me. Someone in my house of 6 has been sick since Lent started. Physical and emotional sickness has been at an all-time high […]
By Casey Sprehe As the high time of Mardi Gras season approached, I found myself wondering about Lent. What should I do? What should I not do? Feeling a draw to massive withdrawal and purging probably due to the sensory overload that is Thanksgiving + Christmas + Mardi Gras, I decided to go to adoration […]
By Casey Sprehe Only 8 years into this parenting gig, I’ve decided that our Mass experiences rank high in the stressful times of parenting. I find it helpful to remember I was once a kid in church. It knocks down my expectations of how I want my kids to perform. It also reminds me, that […]
By Casey Sprehe The holiday season is crazy. Crazy loud, crazy fast paced, crazy packed with events to attend. Ironic that the Lord asks us at this time to slow down, be quiet and wait patiently on Him. The Catholic faith is filled with traditions and ways to enter into the Advent season with more […]
By Casey Sprehe After finding out we were pregnant in 2016, I told my husband not to tell anyone which, for us, is weird. For us, a part of being pro-life is telling people when we are pregnant right away, acknowledging the fullness of the person from day 1. I was uneasy this time, though. […]