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  • What We Can Learn from Traveling “There & Back Again”

    Josh Florence - Sep 22, 2022
    Often considered one of the greatest works of literature of the 20th century, Josh Florence takes us through three lessons that we can learn from The Lord of the Rings.
  • Faithful Reading: Back-to-School Books with Meaning

    Jeannie Ewing - Sep 14, 2022
    With summer days coming to a close, most parents are shifting their thoughts to the transition to school. Here is a list of some Catholic books for kids of all ages that will guide them in their spiritual growth.
  • Mary’s Fiat: How To Celebrate the Solemnity of the Annunciation

    John Kubasak - Mar 24, 2022
    On this feast day, spend some time with Our Lord to reflect on this great mystery—the mystery that encapsulates salvation history in Our Lady’s womb. 
  • St. Antony & the Virtue of Stabilitas

    Mackenzie Worthing - Jan 17, 2022
    St. Antony of Egypt is our man to look towards at the beginning of this new year, whether we have resolutions to keep or whether we simply want to persevere in the circumstances in which God allows us to find ourselves. 
  • How to Grow Your Own Devotion to Our Lady of Aparecida

    Jeannie Ewing - Oct 13, 2021
    Knowing that God imparts specific graces to us through Mary under different titles, as we invoke Our Lady of Aparecida, we can ask her for greater unity among all peoples of different races and creeds, and peace in our hearts, homes, and communities.
  • A Heart to Heart with the Poetry of St. John Henry Newman

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Oct 7, 2021
    Sara and Justin Kraft reflect on the beauty of the life and poems of St. John Henry Newman and how his poetry can inspire our own prayer, our own "heart to heart" with God.
  • Seven Sorrows of Mary: Accompanying Jesus On His Way to the Cross

    Jeannie Ewing - Sep 16, 2021
    We can grieve with the Heart of Mary. We know she reflected deeply upon everything her Son endured throughout His life, likely knowing that it would end in death. Because of that, what Jesus suffered, Mary also suffered. And this is true of those who love both Jesus and Mary. We can be assured that, as we turn to them in our darkest and most despondent moments, they genuinely accompany us, unseen but present, through every loss and every pain.
  • Why We Should Turn To Our Lady of Czestochowa To Teach Us Hope

    Kimberly Timmerman - Aug 31, 2021
    The image of Our Lady of Czestochowa gives great consolation to be able to unite our own sufferings, wounds and scars with hers. This blog reflects on the history of the image and how we should ask with renewed hope to be able to unite our sufferings and labors with Christ, confident that she will protect us and bring us closer to her Son, Jesus.
  • All About Icons

    Gillian Weyant - May 13, 2021
    Gillian Weyant discusses the history, purpose, and symbolism of icons as sacred images written for prayer and devotion.
  • The Incredible Gift of Divine Mercy

    Jeannie Ewing - Jun 2, 2020
    I walked into the Perpetual Adoration Chapel and browsed the library behind it. Most of the time, I wanted a specific devotion to assist my mind in meditation while praying in silence during my hour with Jesus. Immediately, my eye caught a colorful tri-fold about St. Faustina Kowalska’s Christological apparition known as the Divine Mercy Image.
  • Transcendent Art: Seeking the Good, the True, and the Beautiful in a Time of Isolation and Uncertainty 

    Mackenzie Worthing - May 12, 2020
    One great way of seeking God’s presence is in seeking the good, true, and beautiful in art. Below I will share with you five of my favorite pieces of art that draw me out of myself and draw my eyes and heart heavenward. 
  • Here’s the Incredible True Story of the Priest Who Wrote Silent Night

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Jan 2, 2020
    Many have heard of perhaps the most famous singing of “Silent Night” at Christmas in 1914.  Only five months into World War I, over a million soldiers had already died or been wounded.  On December 24, 1914, the trenches went silent as soldiers placed small Christmas trees on the upper edge of their trenches.  On both sides of the trenches, the soldiers put down their rifles and sang Christmas songs in their native languages.
  • The Life-Giving Love of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    Gillian Weyant - Dec 12, 2019
    Our Lady’s apparition to St. Juan Diego can be said to signify the spiritual dawn of the Church’s mission in the Americas. As Our Lady spoke to him, she said, “I am truly your compassionate Mother; your Mother and the Mother to all who dwell in this land and to all other nations and peoples.” 
  • Here Are the Top 10 Blogs of 2019!

    Hillary Mast - Dec 10, 2019
    If you’ve read any of the posts here at Cora Evans blog, you know that there’s a great team of writers who contribute to this website year-round to provide you with excellent Catholic content. As we approach the end of 2019, we’ve rounded up the top ten most popular posts on the website. Take a look at the list below and see if one of your favorites is here or maybe you’ll find one you missed over the last year!
  • Why Do Catholics Have Feast Days for Churches?

    Fr. Mike Liledahl - Nov 19, 2019
    When you think of feast days throughout the liturgical year you probably often think of two different events, either a certain saint or an important moment in Jesus’ life, right? While that’s correct, you may have forgotten about another type of feast day Catholics celebrate, namely that of the dedication of a particular church. 
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The book tells of the journey of the Magi from Egypt where they first witnessed a vision of the birth of the child Messiah. The story follows the Magi to their meeting with Herod and finding the Holy Family. It then follows the Holy Family’s flight to Egypt and their return trip to Nazareth. The story explores some new details of Jesus’ childhood and how His identity was kept secret. The story continues to the time of the Crucifixion of Jesus, and it ends with the Blessed Mother completing the first Stations of the Cross. 

An Introduction to the Life and Writings of Cora Evans

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An Introduction to the Life and Writings of Cora Evans: Wife, Mother, and Mystic is a personal journal written by one of her best friend, Christian Brother, Edward Behan. Behan shares his knowledge of Cora's life and writings, of her thoughts and insights, which unfolded over six years of inspiring friendship. This book sheds much light on Cora and her relationship with our Lord.

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NOW AVAILABLE! A Time to Laugh and A Time to Weep is a prayerful journey for healing, forgiveness, charity, kindness, and courage that traverses the highs and lows of motherhood and faith in light of Cora Evans’ writings. Travel alongside Cora Evans and Jeannie Ewing — one a woman of the early twentieth century, another a modern Catholic living in the frenzied, post-modern Information Age — and realize that truth, beauty, and wisdom exist outside of time.

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