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María de Lourdes Ruiz Scaperlanda
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Author, speaker, retreat facilitator
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Beautiful column by my Anamaria: "Love isn’t always easy. It requires self-sacrifice and the abandonment of our preconceptions about how our life will be, whether it’s the arrival of a small bundle of joy during a stressful time, the lack of arrival of a new baby or just the sheer amount of work it takes to raise children. But, it is in accordance with the nature of love: the gift of self."
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#FirstAmericanMartyr -- want to know more?! check out my book #TheShepherdWhoDidntRun and my article in the current issue of Liguorian Magazine!

+Cathy A. Dee,
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Check out my article on #BlessedStanleyRother in the latest issue of @LiguorianMagazine!
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may I introduce you to my friend Edith? today is her feast day...
"Thy
will be done," in its full extent, must be the guideline for the Christian
life. It must regulate the day from morning to evening, the course of the year
and the entire life. Only then will it be the sole concern of the Christian.
All other concerns th...
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15 years after my Camino: my walking stick
flowers I pressed and taped to my journal doodling in my journal, Camino shell and cross I did not bring a walking stick with me for our pilgrimage.  I knew it’d be an important item to have, but I sensed that I would find one to buy somewhere on the Camino...
15 years after my Camino: my walking stick
15 years after my Camino: my walking stick
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If you're wondering what my next book is about...
Today is the perfect day -- on this Solemnity of
the Sacred Heart of Jesus -- to announce the topic of my next book -- a
biography of Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, a Sacred Heart of Jesus Sister from
Uganda. The book will be part of the wonderful series from  L...
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15 years after my Camino: when suffering is prayer
The funny thing about making a pilgrimage like the Camino de Santiago, the kind that incites an awakening of something new in your heart, is that you continue to learn  from its lessons for the rest of your life--or so I assume since I'm still learning 15 y...
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15 years after my Camino: because God always opens a door...
As I mentioned last time,  Pat  and I began our Camino pilgrimage -- FIFTEEN YEARS AGO -- by spending the first several days of our Spanish adventure in the well-preserved medieval city of Ávila, home of  our beloved Santa Teresa .  For lodging, we had arra...
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15 years after my Camino: walking together
Every June becomes for me a special time to remember and ponder my pilgrimage
journey across northern Spain on the Camino de Santiago. This year is no different,  except for the number... I find it hard to believe, but it’s our 15
year anniversary!  But let...
15 years after my Camino: walking together
15 years after my Camino: walking together
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