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I read this yesterday too and then repeated it to one of my children on the way home from Mass. So very appropriate at this time of the year.
Toggle Commented Dec 22, 2014 on activity not anxiety at Starry Sky Ranch
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In honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, whose feast day is this Friday, December 12th, I am giving away these two planners with Our Lady's beautiful image on the covers. Leave a comment below telling me why you'd like to... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2014 at O Night Divine
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Beautiful picture. Your girls are getting so big! "I just need to remember that 'sanctity does not consist in doing extraordinary things, but it is essentially reduced to the fulfillment of duty, therefore it is possible for me.' (Benedict XV) I need do nothing more than the next thing, cheerfully. " Such wise words. I struggle with this because I can do my duty but the constant message that it's not "enough" hovers in the background. It is. I know it is. Thanks for the reminder.
Toggle Commented Dec 8, 2014 on Everything is a grace at Starry Sky Ranch
Third time trying to comment --maybe this time will work?:) LOVE the flannel. It looks so cozy and warm and perfectly sweet. I was sewing and machine embroidering (albeit machine embroidery) just before Christmas. Link here: http://michelequigley.com/christmas-gold/
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Yes you can have a separate lesson planner with two plans coiled together. Change your quantity to two and leave a comment in the instruction box (on the order page) that you would like them bound together and we will do that. Thanks!
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Hi Christine, Right now we only offer 36 week lesson plans but will be offering an option for 52 weeks soon (in the 4 weeks or so).
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No worries Amanda, the season just started --I won't sell out THIS early! Now if you wait until the summer. . .
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Lena, for the Extraordinary (Traditional) Form of the liturgy or as it is commonly called, the "Latin Mass", the feast days are listed and the color proper to the day. To understand how it's laid out you can see a sample weekly page at: http://www.pdf-2-flashbook.com:8080/viewBook.cfm?b=cf21be6a7ccdff38bc5ed5efb4b248af
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Yes, the planner and menu planning pages can certainly be bound together. In fact, that's our most popular option! :)
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