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Stuck? Add a grace note

posted by mpratt

Even if you are not musically inclined, when you’re stuck in a rut, hole, or other foot-freezing, spirit-stunting space in your life, there’s nothing like adding a grace note to get you back on your purposeful path. What’s a grace […]

Tips for the Caroling Coward

posted by mpratt

Are you the one who hangs back in the crowd, hoping that no one can hear you croak as others carol? Do you pretend to not be able to find the right page in the hymnal as others are singing […]

On Harmony and Home

posted by mpratt

Chronic illness can truly affect dynamics at home. If a child is ill, other siblings might resent the attention that parents have to give to him or her. If a parent is ill, the other parent might have to do […]

Advent 2012: Do You Hear What I Hear?

posted by mpratt

Advent Day 4: Do you hear what I hear? Yes, there’s a Christmas song with those lyrics (one of my favorites, actually). And there’s also a potent and pertinent sentiment behind them. As we rush through these Advent days, do we take […]

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A Praying Spirit: What works?
The longer I've written this blog, the more I've come to understand that I'm not the only one for whom prayer is crucial to coping with illness, pain, and other crises. For man

posted 1:00:41am Sep. 20, 2014 | read full post »

New Podcast Chat with Sean Herriott
Sean Herriott is the former host of Relevant Radio (Catholic Radio)'s morning program, "Morning Air." Over the past several years, I was a regular guest on Sean's program, talking about health and faith an all sorts of topics. He now has his own podcast, "Faith As a Second Language," and I am a gues

posted 4:51:19pm Sep. 18, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: Too Many Moving Parts? Here's Help!
  This doc wants bloodwork and so does that doc, but the appointments aren't on the same day, so you end up with 2 sticks instead of one. Then, the first doc needs more blood and another test, and a third doc insists you need another test, but at a different facility from the first one, so you end

posted 1:08:20am Sep. 18, 2014 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Look for Light
"One more doctor visit" bringing you down? Last week, I had two doc visits in one day, both of which were delayed and difficult. But, at the second one, a "God thing" happened

posted 1:27:45am Sep. 16, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: When Everyone Has Their Own Ideas
Don't you just know, one person's rheumatoid arthritis is another's "Oh, it's just aches and pains?" Or, one person's propensity to infection is another's "Don't worry, I only have

posted 6:12:12pm Sep. 14, 2014 | read full post »


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