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  • 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. 
  • The Spirituality of Spring

    Jeannie Ewing - Mar 23, 2022
    If I wish to “bear fruit that will remain,” to be faithful and never falter from my place on God’s great grapevine, I must take heed from the lessons of nature that bestow on me a quiet beauty and a powerful lesson. I am not unlike the creatures and plants, in the sense that I, too, cycle through seasons of desolation and wait for seasons of growth and abundance. 
  • How to Live a Life of Constant Conversion

    Kenzie Worthing - Mar 17, 2022
    “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand” (Mt 4:17). But what does this repentance really mean? It involves a recognition and confession of sin, a change of the interior disposition from sin and darkness to truth and light, and the abandonment of sin to begin a new way of life.
  • Fasting & Feasting: How to Celebrate Solemnities During Lent

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Mar 15, 2022
    Lent can seem long and dreary. However, the Church does not want us to experience it in this way and to this end offers us the opportunity to celebrate two great feasts in the midst of this penitential season. The Solemnity of St. Joseph (March 19) and the Solemnity of the Annunciation (March 25) stand as great celebrations and offer an oasis in the midst of Lent. 
  • How To View Suffering As A Gift: Reflections on the Book of Job

    Fr. Mike Liledahl - Mar 10, 2022
    Job is often looked at for inspiration when we have suffering in our lives. How Job was able to maintain his praise of God throughout his suffering can help us when suffering will inevitably occur in our lives, because none of us are immune from suffering.
  • What Are the 4 Parts of the Catechism of the Catholic Church?

    John Kubasak - Mar 8, 2022
    We are so blessed as Catholics to have a resource like the Catechism of Catholic Church.  It’s a resource for clergy, laity, teachers, and anyone who wants to know what the Church believes.  Catholicism is an intelligible faith that can satisfy even the most demanding of intellects and hearts.  
  • 6 Ways to Prepare Children for Lent

    Jeannie Ewing - Feb 28, 2022
    Modern families struggle to find time to add anything into their schedules. I think the preparation for Lent should center around interior disposition rather than external behaviors. Even if you can incorporate one or two ways to grow in holiness as a family this Lenten season, it will bear fruit. Give God your meager offering, and He will multiply the graces you receive.
  • Living the Graces of Matrimony

    Rachel Forton - Feb 15, 2022
    Grace grows as you draw from it. It is a well that never empties. The more you rely upon grace, the more you receive. Rachel Forton reflects on the graces that support and flow from the sacrament of marriage.
  • St. Scholastica As a Sibling

    Josh Florence - Feb 10, 2022
    The holy "siblingship" between St. Scholastica and St. Benedict offer insight into the gift of siblings. They led each other to holiness of life and this is something that can be a model for us and our siblings. Even for those who may not have siblings we have adopted brothers and sisters in Christ to call us to greater holiness. We must remember that The Blood of Christ runs deep in his adopted children and unites us.
  • A Catholic Approach to St. Valentine’s Day

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Feb 8, 2022
    I offer that the Christian approach is to spend all our strength pursuing worthwhile actions in support of our loved ones. If this is done well, we will no doubt be blessed with healthy and vibrant relationships. Therefore, I encourage all lovers to fill the day with selfless acts for it is from selfless acts that true love is made. 
  • Living Joy in Winter

    Jeannie Ewing - Feb 2, 2022
    Jeannie Ewing reflects on how to live the fruit of joy during seasons of desolation, the winters of our lives.
  • How to Get the Greatest Spiritual Benefit Out of Praying the Morning Offering

    Sara and Justin Kraft - Jan 19, 2022
    The morning offering is a long-standing practice in the Catholic Church, but what is it? The morning offering is the habit of beginning each day with a prayer by which we consecrate all of our daily actions, trials, and triumphs to God and thereby live each moment of the day in union with Jesus.
  • St. Antony & the Virtue of Stabilitas

    Kenzie 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. 
  • On Fresh Starts & Forgiveness in the New Year

    Jeannie Ewing - Jan 13, 2022
    Forgiveness is another lofty aspiration, a spiritual one, that may seem strange to connect to a new year or to any sort of resolution. I think most of us, if we reflect long enough, will agree that we need to work on forgiveness. But we don’t know how or where or when to begin. 
  • How to Create a Mission Statement for the New Year

    Rachel Forton - Jan 7, 2022
    Much deeper than a New Year’s Resolution, crafting a mission statement for the new year gives you a perfect opportunity to reflect on your spiritual state and set a goal that will help you grow closer to Christ in the next year.
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Available just in time for the Advent and Christmas season! The Advent Story details the events of the birth of Jesus Christ and his early life as revealed through private revelation to Cora Evans. Interspersed with Scripture passages, this book brings the Christmas narrative to life and inspires renewed reflection on the Incarnation.

A Time to Laugh and a Time to Weep

A Time to Laugh and a Time to Weep

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.

Letter Lessons

Letter Lessons

The newest addition to The Cora Evans Library. “If any man would come after Me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily, and follow Me” (Lk 9:23). Being a Catholic Christian is a call to action. Our God is not passive or indifferent or lukewarm. He is active, involved, and on fire. And He is vying with the devil for your soul. Following Jesus takes perseverance, self-denial, trust, and total commitment. This is not a book about Jesus; it’s about you and how you open yourself to Him in ways you’ve never even considered.”



The reflections of Cora Evans included in Gems reveal many new details about Catholic truths, deeper knowledge of theological truths, and new light and evidence to the deposit of faith, especially regarding the humanity of Christ, the Holy Eucharist and the indwelling of Christ.

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