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Sarah Reinhard
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What do you do when you're faced with a slump? Here's how I've been working through The Slump: my three tips.
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What should we pray for? In what order? Of Petition, from Finding God through Meditation, by St. Peter of Alcantara This noble obl...
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My review of +Jeff Young +The Catholic Foodie 's new book, which is an excellent cookbook for even the non-foodies among us.
Years ago, I heard a reference to a podcast that sounded like it would be interesting, if irrelevant to me. The friend recommending it, h...
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Fr. Hilton gets coffee in Nashua, has a smothered burrito, and has a nice tailwind for his ride...Day 16 from the road.
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This summer, my ten-year-old has reached a milestone: she's finally finishing books. Instead of starting one, and then anot...
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I'd say it's middle grade...probably higher level 3rd grade readers to junior high. I loved it as an adult: it wasn't too babyish for older (i.e., jr high age) kids.
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Pedaling priest Fr Hilton crosses into Canada and continues his adventure across the country. Today, St. Thomas in Ontario. Video.
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News got you down? Troubled about the fate of our country and our world? Looking for comfort?

Here's a brilliant response: turn to Mary through Total Consecration! Get started this Monday, July 13, with emails (or you can use the website). 

My kudos and a big thank you to +The Catholic Company for heading this up!
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I do what needs done...most of the time. If there's a good book nearby, no guarantees...
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  • Self Employed
    Wife, Mom, Writer, Speaker, Avid Reader, 2003 - present
  • St. Joseph Church
    Publications Editor & Office Support, 2003 - present
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Catholic wife, mother, author, speaker, reader, farm girl, horse lover, geek-wannabe
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If I’m not off hiding somewhere with a good book, chances are I’m chasing a kid or a dog or sleeping, because every mom can use a nap! 

I married Prince Charming, and now we enjoy the idiosyncrasies of life. Oh yeah, and we root for the Buckeyes. Every time.

I am, first and foremost, a Catholic. And then I'm a wife and mom and more.

You can read more about me at my author website or at my blog, Snoring Scholar.

"Be patient with everyone, but above all with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections but instantly set about remedying them--every day begin the task anew."
 -- St. Francis de Sales
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have husband, kids, chickens, dogs, and NOT ENOUGH COFFEE
Education
  • Ohio State University
    BS, Agricultural Education, 1995 - 1998
  • Franklin University
    MS, Marketing & Communications, 2001 - 2003
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What Keeps Us from Praying?
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What are the obstacles to prayer? Being able to name them and identify them will help us to, first, be aware of them and, second, begin t...

Corporate and State Financial Fallout Hits Planned Parenthood
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As more videos reveal Planned Parenthood’s role in the fetal-tissue trade, the abortion giant faces funding losses from states and a nu...

Confessions Book Club: Circumcise My Lips
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In this week's installment of the Confessions Book Club, Sarah Reinhard reflects on Augustine's phrase "circumcise my lips," shares a prayer

Families from Around the World - Catholic Spiritual Direction
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SPIRITUALDIRECTION- explores Catholic spiritual direction advice and how a deeper relationship with the spiritual aspect of being human bein

How Are Contemplation and Meditation Linked?
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How are contemplation and meditation linked? Which is more important? How do you approach one from the vantage of the other? In our time,...

Augustine on the Power of Christian Brotherhood
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In this week's Confessions book club post, Sarah Reinhard considers Augustine's take on Christian brotherhood.

The Journey's End: Day 54 from the Road with Fr Hilton
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Fr Hilton comes to the journey's end on Day 54 on his cycling trip to bring Avila to Aspen; Bar Harbor, Maine; Pedaling Priest, 2 videos.

Leadership and prayer. 30 Days with Teresa of Avila, Day 19
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The leadership example of St. Teresa of Avila. Leading with love and prayer rather than power and dominance. 30 Days with Teresa of Avila.

Apostle to the Apostles: Day 51 From the Road with Fr Hilton
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Fr Hilton reflects on St Mary Magdalene, the Apostle to the Apostles, and shares about his journeying along the coast of Maine.

What Do You Do When Prayer is Dry or Feels Pointless?
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What do you do when prayer is dry or feels pointless? How do you continue when it seems like God isn't there? Counsels for Meditatio...

How Can You Improve Your Devotion?
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How can you improve your devotion? What should you do about distractions? Counsels for Meditation, from Finding God through Meditat...

The Land of Stories: An Enchanting Series I'm Enjoying with My Daughter
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This summer, my ten-year-old has reached a milestone: she's finally finishing books. Instead of starting one, and then anot...

How Should We Offer Ourselves to God?
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What's the best way to offer ourselves to God? How is it done? Why is it important? Of Oblation, from Finding God through...

What Do We Pray For?
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What should we pray for? In what order? Of Petition, from Finding God through Meditation, by St. Peter of Alcantara This noble obl...

How Do You Meditate Correctly?
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How do you meditate correctly? What do you need to keep in mind? What's important (and what's not)? Counsels for Meditation...

Echo: An App to Help You Pray (No, Really)
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On the one hand, I'm always eager to find ways to integrate my prayer life into everything, and technology that helps me do that gets...

Augustine: Pleasure Only after Discomfort
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This week's reading in the Confessions Book Club struck Sarah Reinhard especially as Augustine wrote about pleasure only after discomfort.

Stay in a Full Home - Day 41 with Fr Hilton
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Fr Hilton shares his adventure cycling by the Erie Canal and advises that that you stay in a full home when you need a place to stay. Video

Being Willing to Be a Blessing - Day 39 with Fr Hilton
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After trying poutine for lunch, Fr Hilton reflects on the readings for Day 39 and asks, are we willing to be a blessing for those around us?

Gathering Around the Table with the Catholic Foodie's New Book
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Years ago, I heard a reference to a podcast that sounded like it would be interesting, if irrelevant to me. The friend recommending it, h...