Author Archives: Sara Sullivan

About Sara Sullivan

Sara Sullivan converted to Catholicism, as a young wife and mother, at age 33. She is married to Jerry over 20 years and mother to Maggie, Joybeth and Jay. She enjoys cooking with her husband, reading, vacuuming and sweeping pet hairs from the family’s six dogs and cats, writing and volunteering as a catechist at her parish. With great joy, she became a member of Regnum Christi in a small chapel in Cumming, Georgia, dedicated to our Lady on Christ the King Feast Day, 2008.

He brings us back to who we are…

My conversion to Christ is ongoing. Our Savior’s Love for us is so hard to put into words. What we know — and, can try to express — is that Christ and the Father and the Holy Spirit made each … Continue reading

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nothing-is-wasted soup

Cover me, Lord, with your loving kindness. Save me, as you have promised. Then I will answer those who taunt me, for I put my hope in what you have said. –Psalm 119: 41-41 So many of our problems do … Continue reading

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Speaking of Silence

The God Who loved us first gives us every good gift. In fact, we truly “cannot give what we do not have.” This truth came home to me in a particular way recently as I struggled to express to two … Continue reading

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Expecting Good Things

This post is dedicated to my friends Ruth and Elizabeth in thanksgiving. Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us! One thing I have noticed about the Holy Spirit is that when He is really on the move, the same message … Continue reading

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Unexpected Blessings

In June I was able, for the first time, to go on a five-­day spiritual exercises. Yes, it was wonderful! It was needed! It was all I had hoped for and  more! During my first week back home after the … Continue reading

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Reading my way sober: the early days

So Pilate said to him, “Then you are a king?”  Jesus answered, “You say I am a king.  For this I was born and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth.  Everyone who belongs to … Continue reading

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Learning to “speak soccer…”

It is unusual in Georgia in mid-May for the weather to turn cool and breezy.  Heat and humidity start early.  Somewhere around mid-July, we southerners start moaning about the “dog days of summer” that often last all the way through … Continue reading

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Suffering Enables Christ’s Ambassadors

The message of Heaven is very near in Georgia right now.  Last week, a sudden tragedy occurred whereby four young, Christian college women at the University of Georgia were killed in an automobile accident.  The fifth companion, Agnes, lies in … Continue reading

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Be where you are supposed to be…

Right now, we have two people in the family who are about to start driving.  I keep telling our daughter and our son that the key to good driving is to “be where you are supposed to be.”  And, I … Continue reading

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When JOY takes time…

Give us JOY to balance our affliction for the years when we knew misfortune…  Let the favor of the Lord be upon us: Give success to the works of our hands, Give success to the works of our hands. –from … Continue reading

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