Check out our most recent post over on For Your Marriage about our experience doing marriage preparation with a mentor couple!
Check out our latest blog post for For Your Marriage here!
Timmy and I’s February blog post is up on For Your Marriage, this one written by the soon-to-be groom himself!
I am so excited to announce that over the course of the next year Timmy and I will be blogging on For Your Marriage! We will be sharing our journey as we transition from being engaged, to getting married, and to living as newlyweds.
When I used to intern for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, who runs For Your Marriage, I was in charge of posting the new blogs each month and I just loved reading about the marriages and families of real faithful Catholics – but I never imagined that I would be writing one myself! God is full of surprises.
We’d be honored if you would follow along our with our blog! You can see our posts here – a new post should go up around the beginning of each month.
Thank you for your continued support and prayers for our vocation!
I once again have the honor of contributing to the wonderful Spoken Bride. This time I write about my misconceptions about marriage readiness, the value of an engagement period, and the sanctifying nature of marriage. Read it here, and enjoy this sneak peak:
“Even when I stand in front of the altar and profess my vows, I will still not be completely ready for my vocation.
Marriage is not about being perfect. Marriage is about becoming evermore who God has made us to be, together, throughout a lifetime.
Marriage is about helping one another become the best versions of ourselves. It is about the constant struggle and beauty that comes in helping each walk towards heaven. Marriage is sanctifying.”
Last month I received a message on my blog from Christina Capecchi, who introduced herself as a Catholic journalist and stated that she would like to write a column on me. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but I decided to go ahead and shoot her an email and see what it… Continue reading Featured in “Twenty Something” Catholic Column
New post about how I said “No, Thank You” to Advent this year because I was too impatient with life to appreciate any more waiting and yet despite this Mary is leading me to the Eucharist and teaching me her patient ways.