An inspiration blows in like the wind, catches you by surprise, takes your breath away, your heart falls in love and races all in the same moment, and then it grabs a hold and doesn’t let go. It is undeniable yet at the same time a bit scary, and as soon as you say YES, […]
The Gift of a Blessing » Deeper in Prayer
Posted on December 02 2018
Christ loves us so much and He longs for a personal relationship with each one of us. All He asks is for our love in return. He is not interested in how many tasks we complete in a day, but rather how we loved today. I imagine Him standing beside us, reaching out His hand and asking us to walk this life with Him as our guide. I love the verse, “knock and the door will be open.” I imagine knocking on doors of heaven and being flooded with renewing love as they open. During Advent, let’s open the door to our hearts so wide that God’s love comes bursting through. You are His light in the world because He lives within you.
Posted on September 20 2018
Posted on September 16 2018
“It is enough; now, O LORD, take my life, for I am not better than my fathers.” – Elijah A few weeks ago I was sitting in Sunday Mass and the reading was 1 King 19. Elijah was questioning his life, “It is enough; now, O LORD, take my life, for I am not better than […]
Posted on May 03 2018
Let’s invite all to unite in prayer for LOVE to fill our hearts, our family, our community and our world with renewed hope. We are ONE and together we are LOVED. #loveheals #prayerworks “let’m know they’re LOVED” For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there I am in the midst of […]
Posted on April 16 2018
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Posted on April 08 2018
“JESUS I TRUST IN YOU” The Divine Mercy Prayer was given to St. Faustina from Jesus as a prayer to be said every day at 3pm to receive miracles and assist any souls transitioning from this life to heaven. If someone you know is in their last hours on earth, pray the Divine Mercy prayer […]
Posted on April 06 2018
Fr. Michael Gaitley, a member of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception, describes mercy as, “.love’s second name.” It’s a particular kind of love, a particular mode of love when it encounters suffering, poverty, brokenness, and sin. Divine Mercy is when God’s love meets us and helps us in the midst of our suffering and […]
Posted on March 29 2018
All of us are invited to come home to where God dwells with us, wipes away our tears, and gives us the fullness of life and joy in the presence of Christ. During Easter season, you have a very special and heartfelt invitation; no matter how far you have wandered, no matter where you […]
Posted on February 28 2018
When I met my husband, I wasn’t praying for love. I wasn’t praying for a boyfriend or a relationship. I was praying to draw closer to the Lord. I was at a crossroads in my life, and my prayer was simply that the Lord have His way in my life and that He turn my heart towards […]
Posted on February 20 2018
Being a mom of three is the greatest gift God has given me. It has not only changed my perspective but showed me what matters. In the midst of it all, I am constantly seeking ways to strengthen my personal relationship with Jesus to, in turn, instill my faith to my children. How are you being bold […]
Posted on January 26 2018
"Icons are actually called prayers. So we're actually wearing a prayer. While I'm working, my prayer is always that the eyes will draw you into a deeper devotion..." -Vivian/Iconographer. Read more about our unique and stunning iconic blessing pieces.
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Posted on January 02 2018
After a much-loved and appreciated Christmas break, most of us are back at work, school and ordinary life. Let us not be quick to forget our New Year resolutions, the blessings we received from the Infant Jesus, and the hope this new year brings. If you woke up this morning a little deflated and hesitant, I […]
Posted on December 21 2017
In the weeks leading up to this week of Advent we've focused on our misery, the darkness we live in, the need for our redemption, and the desire of our hearts to be rescued by a Savior. This week, however, just as the colors of the candles on the Advent wreath, our reflections take a turn, from longing to rejoicing. Gaudete!
Posted on September 26 2017
When was the last time a certain song played over the radio and it was like you were instantaneously transported back to a specific time or place in your life? ...The ringing of bells makes us stop and listen, if only for a moment, and it tells us that God is present very near, within ear shot.
Posted on September 21 2017
Madi, our newest team member, shares her experience and reflections from the LA Prayer Breakfast that took place at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Downtown Los Angeles, this past Tuesday, September 19, 2017.