Holy Week is here!
This is my absolute favorite part of the liturgical year. It may seem odd, given that it’s a pretty dark week with the crucifixion and all, but this week has everything in it. Drama, love, struggle, strength, sacrifice, death, victory, life. We go from joyous heights to the darkest depths and back again. And in the meantime, we discover how Jesus loves us and how He makes Himself available to us in a most spectacular way every day. If you have a copy of my book, Walking Throu
How much can we really handle?
I’ve never agreed with the phrase “God will never give you more than you can handle.” God and I have definitely had discussions about that one. But I do agree with “God will never give you more than you can handle with Him.” I realized one year, as I went to adoration on Holy Thursday, that Jesus’ agony in the garden had two very distinct characteristics. Whenever that mystery comes up in the rosary, I focus on Jesus’ prayer that the cup be taken from him, and his prayer, “No
Multitasking or Multifaceted?
I never have just one thing going on. I have two to three Bible studies at a time, two or three books I’m reading, and two or three events going on. Right now is no exception. I don’t have any books right now, but the rest is loaded up. So, you’ll be hearing about my Calm in the Storm class that I’m teaching right now (you can catch up if you sign up now at www.amayzinggraces.com/calmregistration!) , and you’ll be hearing about Walking Through Holy Week (available at www.amay