Day 264 – Captain’s Log from October Stuff (AKA The Rosary!!)

Saturday, December 5, 2020 – It has been a while since we have done a Captain’s Log rundown of topics. Today will be a house cleaning that covers all that awesome Rosary stuff form October (yes, it has been THAT long). Day 199, October 1: October Monthly Devotional Download, Day 200, October 2: Rosary Read More

Day 196 – Captain’s Log: The Types of Prayer

Monday, September 28, 2020 – Okay, this is going to be a looong captain’s log because we spent a lot of time talking about the Types of Prayer! Part I: What are the Types of Prayer (Forms and Expressions) Part II: Vocal (External) Prayer Part III: Meditative (Internal) Prayer Part IV: Contemplative (Internal) Prayer Part Read More

Day 195 – Captain’s Log: The Three Eminent Good Works

Sunday, September 27, 2020 – We are just breezing through these captain’s logs. How about we cover the Three Eminent Good Works? Part I: What are the Three Eminent Good Works? Part II: Oratio / Prayer Part III: Jejunium / Fasting Part IV: Eleemosyna / Almsgiving Virgin most powerful, pray for us!

Day 194 – Captain’s Log: The Four Marks of the Church

Saturday, September 26, 2020 – Continuing, here is our Captain’s log on the Four Marks of the Church: Part I: What are the Four Marks of the Church? Part II: Unity / One Part III: Sanctity / Holy Part IV: Catholicity / Catholic Part V: Apostolicity / Apostolic Part VI: When various churches were founded Read More

Day 193 – Captain’s Log: The Four Last Things

Friday, September 25, 2020 – Over the next five days I will be doing our standard captain’s log round-ups of previous super basic primers because why not have everything in one handy place, right!? We won’t rehash old captain’s logs. For those, you can just use the search bar in the upper right hand corner. Read More

Day 137 – Captain’s Log: Basic (Horizontal) Primers on Church Architecture

Friday, July 31, 2020 – Nothing says “Happy Birthday” better than a house full of people praying the Rosary followed by a horde of kiddos running around, hopped up on cupcakes. It really was a spectacular day! I love my Catholic family. And yes, I know I am a day behind in saying that. Sorry. Read More