There’s so much to celebrate in July. I am looking forward to it because our weather has finally warmed and there’s adventure to be had.
We plan to kayak camp, hike with our pack goat, host families, harvest from our garden, take a trip out of state and make a walking pilgrimage to Mass.
Each month offers us the opportunity to schedule in the best version of ourselves, our marriages, family lives, and community.
No one is asking you to overdo it, but I am asking if you are under-doing it? Are you sitting back on your hands, heavy of heart, and feeling unsupported and non-energetic?
I want to help you change this so you can harvest the joys and experiences of a life that is LIVED!
Join me in July to prepare yourself through a very appropriate program designed to:
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"My life has typically been compartmentalized and structured. With blocks of time allotted for specific tasks, for example working out, spending time with my kids, household tasks, etc. I felt exhausted and didn’t know how to find enough time slots for all of my tasks. Through this course I have learned that layering tasks is freeing to my time, energy and spirit. I’ve learned how to create an intention for my workouts. Layer my movement with household tasks, time with my kids, or time in prayer. This course has helped me slow down and discover how to be strong, present, and joyful in my vocations." - Halley
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July 22: St. Mary Magdalene
The liturgical celebration honoring St. Mary Magdalene was raised from a memorial to a feast (2015), putting her on par with the Apostles. She has the honor of being the first to see the empty tomb and the first to hear the truth of His resurrection. Christ has a special consideration and mercy for this woman, who shows her love for Him, looking for Him in the garden with anguish. Because she was an eyewitness to the Risen Christ, she was also the first to testify before the apostles. She fulfills the mandate the Risen Christ gives her: ‘go to my brothers and say to them … Mary Magdalene went and announced to the disciples, “I have seen the Lord”. In this way she becomes an evangelist who announces the good news of the resurrection of the Lord; as she announces to the apostles what they in turn will announce to all the world. She is the witness to the Risen Christ and announces the message of the resurrection of the Lord, like the other apostles. Therefore it is right that the liturgical celebration of this woman should have the same level given to the apostles in the General Roman Calendar.
All my best in Christ - the Way, the Truth and the Life,
Coach Rebecca Dussault