“The more things seems to change, the more they stay the same.” I drove down to Modesto a few weeks ago to meet up with my spiritual father, Fr. Agustino, … Continue reading Seasons
Christmas has the same effect on me every year – I’m overwhelmed at the significance of God’s incarnational love. In light of the fact that I’ rendered speechless, I leave … Continue reading We are not born too late.
I often tell people that in the world of being a mother in ministry, I’ve often felt that I can’t win. Though opinions can be all over and in between, … Continue reading The Best Thing…
“Cece, you’re so blessed. Me and Br. T being here right now isn’t coincidence, it’s PROVIDENCE.” -Fr. Anthony It’s been a crazy past few weeks. Being able to pray and … Continue reading Not coincidence, but providence
These pictures from six years ago in Honduras are some of my fondest memories. Suyapa is a woman who I was blessed to walk alongside during my time there – … Continue reading Providence & Design
This is just one glory story from my time at the Great Commission Summit. I am sure there will be others that spill out of my heart as I continue … Continue reading Lessons in Faithfulness
A friend of mine (shout out to my girl Laura!) called to wish me a Happy New Year and also said “If you’re gonna have a blog, you need to … Continue reading Modern Day Messengers
Yesterday I took the kids to visit Kiara’s godfather, my best friend and now priest, Fr. Jeremy Santos. Being Good Friday, it was a nice moment to take … Continue reading How do you do it?
So my 4 months of maternity leave have come and gone, and by this time next week I’ll be back in the office and Jacob will be starting daycare. I … Continue reading Back to Work
Faithful friends are a sturdy shelter; whoever finds one finds a treasure. *Jeremy (R) celebrates his first mass, with the help of friend and Deacon Matthew Murray. Click for photo … Continue reading Sirach 6:14 (Part 1)
“When a woman is in labor, she is in anguish because her hour has arrived; but when she has given birth to a child, she no longer remembers the pain … Continue reading Another Whirlwind!
I remember with my first pregnancy one of my major pet peeves was that many women felt it necessary to “warn” me about all of the horrible changes that were … Continue reading The Most Beautiful Thing
After much anticipation, at almost 37 weeks, I am finally on maternity leave. I’m often asked how this pregnancy compares to my first, and I only know that it is … Continue reading Rest and Play