We are featuring two articles in today’s collection about how to recognize the difference between God’s voice and Satan’s voice in discernment - incredibly valuable wisdom. There is also a fun look at how sage, rosemary, and mint were used medicinally during the Dark Ages and in what ways they’re still useful today. And not to be overlooked is a floral blog we just discovered, Tulipina, featuring a short video of a visually stunning flower demonstration held in Bologna, Italy. Enjoy!
Today’s collection includes a thoughtful piece about the disappearing middle child given the prevalence of two-child families, an article with Chesterton’s 3 signs that your friends might convert to Catholicism, and lattice-pie-crust-making 101 for those of us who fear pie crust (ahem). And much, much more!
It looks like the rumors were true for those of us who just couldn’t get enough of Downton Abbey: there WILL be a movie made with the original cast. Uncork the claret! Meanwhile, David Clayton offers great suggestions for praying with art, there is a great recipe for Panna Cotta (a must-try Italian dessert), and a fun article on the transformation of a Tuscan home. Happy Feast of Our Lady!
In today’s collection there is a remarkable article about “the grace of ordinary life” and how even the smallest attention to detail can change our daily experience. Janet Smith shows us the common sense behind the Church’s teaching on human sexuality and another article suggests how to make a better cup of coffee by not ignoring “the bloom” (who knew?). Have a great weekend!