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“Hearts can be moved when confronted by that which is beautiful.”

Fr. Dave Pivonka, The Ministry of the Wild Goose

Allow me to reveal to you what I have found, in my own unique way, to be the beauty of the Catholic Church. I am a cradle Catholic who felt jaded by the lackluster efforts of peers and teachers to embrace their faith. I nearly left it by the wayside of the sake of fitting in with the world and my soul became very sick. I cannot claim that I came back of my own accord, but as the result of so many beautiful people who gave me glimpses of the freedom and joy that comes from living in the love of the Father’s gaze. I have been on a mission to know and understand what that is and to ultimately let myself be loved by Him. In doing so, I hope to give you the freedom to do the same.

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The theme of “safety” has come up a lot in my journaling over the last year. Usually it comes out as the phrase, “I’m not okay,” or, “I won’t be okay.” It took me a while to be able to even define what “okay” meant to me, but I now understand it to be emotional safety. To feel seen, known and loved…

When I listened to “How to Accept and Love the Phlegmatic”, I was taken on an interior journey, watching my younger self make so many decisions out of self-protection, watching that girl live out of a place of so much fear of making waves, and watching her lose herself because the tension of being different was just too uncomfortable…

What makes you significant? No, really. Can you identify something specific that makes you distinct from the rest of mankind, as unique as your fingerprint, irreplaceable and unrepeatable?You exist for a reason, whether you know that reason or not. God is constantly breathing you into existence…

The Mission of Grateful Blessed Mess

“Let yourself be vulnerable. Let your walls down, your carefully constructed fortresses breached. Your fiercely guarded heart laid bare. Let your wounds be touched, your fears revealed, your deepest desires, damaged dreams, and most daring hopes unveiled before the bride-groom who has the power to redeem, restore and resurrect them. Drop your independence and the idea which you clutch so tightly, that you can do anything to protect and save yourself and let Him love you.”

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