Author Archive: Molly M

Molly M graduated from Texas A&M University and has served the church as a Youth Minister, Director of Religious Education and Campus Minister. She currently lives in northern Wisconsin where she spends her time writing, photographing and praying her way through the day. She has a passion for women's ministry and is a founding member of Authentic Catholic Women Conference. You can find her at singlecatholicgirl.com

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…and the Life of the World to Come

…and the Life of the World to Come

[ 2 ] March 25, AD 2014 |

***Spoiler Alert for The Good Wife*** The Good Wife is a Sunday night drama about the intricacies of law, life and love. I first became hooked a year ago after watching an episode with my mom. It’s her favorite show, and is now mine. Until last night. I can’t decide if it’s still my favorite […]

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From Precious Moments to Ignatius Press

From Precious Moments to Ignatius Press

[ 3 ] January 28, AD 2014 |

I think I’ve owned a total of three Bibles in my life: 1. My pink Precious Moments Bible from my childhood. 2. The New American Bible (NAB) that showed me Catholics had ‘extra books’, given to me by the TEC community. 3. The one my homegirl, Shawn, the hippie mystic that she is, suggested I […]

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2014, Moment by Moment

2014, Moment by Moment

[ 3 ] December 31, AD 2013 |

It’s that time of the year again, the last day of the year. A time for us to reflect, look back upon this past year of our lives and all it contained. The joys, the sorrows, the mishaps, the successes. The births and the deaths. It’s a time to reevaluate our lives. It’s also a […]

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Tuesday Five: Liturgical Season of Advent

Tuesday Five: Liturgical Season of Advent

[ 1 ] December 3, AD 2013 |

Advent is a season of preparation, waiting and expectation, but society all around us says otherwise. Christmas has been sprawled out in supermarkets and department stores since mid-October, manger scenes spread across suburban lawns and the music, oh the music that is jingle belling and deck the halling… I can’t stand it. Yes, maybe I […]

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Add to Your Collection: Catholic Dictionary

Add to Your Collection: Catholic Dictionary

[ 3 ] November 5, AD 2013 |

The Catholic Dictionary: An Abridged and Updated Edition of Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J. is a must have for any Catholic who likes to study the faith, doesn’t like to study the faith or doesn’t even know how to read…it’s that good.  I have been wanting to review this book after first being introduced […]

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Getting Back to the Basics

Getting Back to the Basics

[ 2 ] October 8, AD 2013 |

You’ve graduated from college, found yourself in your (dream) job and find that taking the time to pray just isn’t as easy/conducive as it was in college when you had your cozy Newman family, FOCUS Missionaries, and a quaint little chapel right in your backyard. In your college days you were, in a sense, awesome. That’s right. You […]

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Get Involved!

Get Involved!

[ 2 ] August 13, AD 2013 |

I have worked and volunteered for the church for over 20 years now, helping to teach my first Religious Education class when I was a junior in high school and most recently serving as the Newman Director for a campus in Wisconsin. I love working for the church, but it can still take effort to […]

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Pew Isolation

Pew Isolation

[ 39 ] June 18, AD 2013 |

I recently had dinner with three fabulous girls. One is married, the other two are single. Our conversation turned towards the single life and we discussed how one of the most difficult things for a single girl is attending Sunday Mass. You walk into church  and find yourself in a pew surrounded by families on […]

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The Gift of My Patron Saint

The Gift of My Patron Saint

[ 8 ] May 21, AD 2013 |

I didn’t choose my patron saint, she choose me. It was a breezy spring afternoon at wrap up week for National Evangelization Teams (NET) Ministries. Hanging out in Amery, WI at Camp Wapo was a chance to connect with friends and prepare ourselves to ‘face the real world’. As the crowd was gathering in the chapel […]

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