Linking up with Jennifer and the others!
Knights of Columbus pancake breakfast.
(Let the men do the cooking!)
Volunteering at with Catholic college’s alumni group to package meals for the homeless.
(Co-workers in the vineyard.)
(Definitely puts attending those umpteenth weddings in perspective.)
(The couple that prays together…you know the rest.)
Touring a beautiful Shrine.
(What do you want to do first: the Stations around the pretty pond or light a candle in the chapel?)
And of course, attending Mass.
(Ohmigosh. Hold hands during the Our Father? And how do we do the sign of the peace?)
Book: It’s May! That means it’s National Celiac Awareness Month! Part of Gloria Jean’s story is to reconcile the notion of the theology of the body—that she can learn about God from her body—when her body can’t even receive God (in the form of bread).
Obviously, dates involving food could be tricky to navigate for people with severe Celiac and want to avoid cross contamination. Gloria Jean worries about this, but when she’s older and on real dates (spoilers for the moms– of course I have this 14-year-old realize one-on-ones are inappropriate), she’ll have more and more options. A handy dandy list.