My grandpa and I used to joke that he would need to pray a “novena” for me each week instead of regular prayers because I needed lots of help!
I came home last week from a 5-day trip to Iceland, most certainly being a consumer/tourist, but also reflecting on how unbelievably blessed I am.
The Gospels teach us so much about Jesus. He was a Jew, a carpenter, and son of Mary and Joseph; he could turn water into wine, and of course he’s our Saviour. But was He a consumer? Read more
I spend a lot of time commuting so podcasts keep me company! It’s encouraging to see so many Catholic podcasts out there and I haven’t listened to them all, but here are my 3 “go-tos.”
I’m thrilled that this post continues to be my most popular one! It just goes to show how generous all of your hearts are! So I’m going to keep updating it as I find new charities that are Catholic-friendly (scroll to #8 for my latest one). Read more
You know the saying, “It’s the thought that counts”?
I generally agree with that, but when it comes to donating to charities/non profits, I want to make sure both my thought and donation really count.
Thank God it’s Friday – and welcome to Consumer Catholic. As you can see, I’m just getting set up around here and I’m so excited you’ve stopped by. Over the coming days, more content will be added to the site as I learn the ropes of WordPress. In the meantime, check out why I started the blog and what you can expect to get from it.