Life
Amanda Sloan

Let Him Serve You

My husband – much like his father – gets things done on his own time schedule. If I ask him to fold the laundry or

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Columnists
Amanda Sloan

More Than A Picture

I’m not changing my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social media profile pictures. There’s a thing going around in light of the Supreme Court decision

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Columnists
Amanda Sloan

To See and Love as Him

I can’t stop talking about my daughter. Well, I could, but I have absolutely no desire to. I want to take a zillion more pictures

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Family
Amanda Sloan

On Family

Family, it seems, is an ever-changing concept in my world as of late. While it is always changing, it is also growing. In an obvious

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Life
Amanda Sloan

My Husband Isn’t Trained

My husband isn’t trained to pause his video game and come downstairs to greet me when I get home after a long day. My husband

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Amanda Sloan

Learning Patience

{Warning: I mention miscarriage in this post – not mine – but it comes up.} There we were, waiting in the waiting room. Waiting rooms

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Family
Amanda Sloan

Passing On Motherhood

I’ve always loved my mom. It could be that hindsight is 20/20, but I don’t remember my teenage years being awful. My mom and I

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Life
Amanda Sloan

The Beggar In Me

I’ll be honest, more often than not when I pass a homeless person or someone begging on the side of the road I give them

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Family
Amanda Sloan

To The Mothers In Church

Dear Moms who bring their kids to daily Mass, Church, adoration, and other church-ly activities, Thanks. Thanks for being an inspiration to women like me

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Family
Amanda Sloan

It Isn’t Mine

There is a tendency in ministry to talk about what we do as “ours” or “mine”. I’ve fallen into that trap more times than I

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Columnists
Amanda Sloan

The Myth of 100%

With my own marriage mere weeks old now, I can’t help but reflect on this notion that you have to be 100% sure about the person you

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Columnists
Amanda Sloan

Those That Came Before

To all of those who came before: Thank you. Thank you for having the courage to end things, even though it may have been hard.

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Columnists
Amanda Sloan

More of the Same

Recently, as I was driving home, I was reflecting on the day and what a chaotic week it was going to pan out to be.

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Life
Amanda Sloan

Not the Most Important Day

There is a tendency among girls and women today to think that our wedding day will be the most important day in our lives. On

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Prayer
Amanda Sloan

Cross My Heart

It was a debate, a debate that dominated my prayer the night before, my getting ready the day of, and the drive there on that

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Mary
Amanda Sloan

Sorrowful Mysteries and Sin

It was a Friday evening as I sat in line for confession. I thought to myself, “This certainly isn’t how the average twenty-something gal spends a

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Dating
Amanda Sloan

Denied the City

But when sex is divorced from love there is a feeling that one has been stopped at the vestibule of the castle of pleasure; that

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Life
Amanda Sloan

For the Hopeless Heart

Dear child, I see the good in you. Satan would love nothing more than for you to get lost in your sin and shame. I

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