sokkalogical: the only thing more beautiful than curves on a woman are curves on a final exam
multipack: do u ever go to school confident in what ur wearing and then u actually get there and ur kind of just like wow well this was an awful idea
Crucifixion was humiliating. It was so humiliating that the Romans who...– Ravi Zacharias (via wisdomfish) Though in our art and crucifixes we have a little cloth around Jesus’ waist, He was actually naked when He died, to add to the humiliation. (via hislittleflower-throughconcrete)
Seeing a baby during mass, and I'm all
hislittleflower-throughconcrete: findaroadtoahumbleabode: catholicgirlconfessions: then Ugh, this. I get so distracted at Mass seeing all the cute young families with three or more little kids being adorable and thinking “I can’t wait for that to be me.” Ugh WHY can’t I skip the awkward finding a husband thing and just have one already, so we can have babies????? Can I pull a...
chocolate… that it all
We love only to the degree that we are willing to suffer.” (Fr. John Hardon,...– (via littlefloweroflove)
tweenking: Invention Idea: An alarm clock that keeps screaming “WHAT TEAM?!” and the only way to turn it off is to scream “WILDCATS!!!” in response
How I feel when I sin
chernobylkinsmen: susaetas: MALE PRIVILEGE IS WALKING INTO A GROUP OF AMIGAS AND TURNING IT INTO A GROUP OF AMIGOS I SHOULDN’T BE LAUGHING SO HARD BUT OH MY GOSH
multipack: amyeatfeast: stopthatitssilly: alexkisu: multipack: f is for friends who do stuff without you u is for uninvited c is for clinging onto hope that you wont keep getting forgotten k is for krispy kreme yum this is not what i wanted this post to turn out like
as you all know, saint patrick walked barefoot as an act of contrition, which made his feet rugged and blistered. he ate an ascetic’s diet, which made him weak and additionally gave him bad breath. all of this made him a super-calloused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis
One who has hope lives differently.– Pope Benedict XVI (via fatherelroy)
Dating Jesus Christ: Days Twenty-Four and... →
So there’s a lot of discrepancy among non-Catholics over whether or not we worship Mary. We don’t worship her, but we are BASICALLY obsessed with her. And why shouldn’t we be? She’s the most boss human (I mean Jesus was fully man AND fully God so we don’t count that) like everrrrrrr. Think of it in this way. What would have happened if Mary, this 14-year-old girl,...
If it wasn’t for people, we could all be holy!– Mother Angelica speaks sweet sassy truth. (via boldaswellas-strong)
Any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians it is an act of terrorism– Barack Obama outing himself as a terrorist. (via bastardlybrendan) BUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUURN (via callingoutbigotry) OH SHIT! XD (via redsparkletea) …..whelp. (via lightspeedsound)
Dating Jesus Christ: Day Twenty-Three: What was... →
Soooo I’ve always said that God loves to pull pranks on me. And it’s completely true. I’m sure Him and the Saints have all gotten MANY hearty chuckles at me and my life. I’ll admit, at the time, I am just razzled and wondering “WHAT IS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW IN MY LIFE?!?!?!” but I quickly learn to laugh at the newest joke in my life. It usually ends in a simple...
Dating Jesus Christ: Day Twenty-Two: A Holy... →
So I love Tumblr. A lot. I follow a lot of really neat tumblogs that deal with God. It’s pretty cool to have a community where we all believe in the same thing, can crack Catholic jokes, and defend our faith knowing we actually have someone to back us. Anyway, this photo showed up in my feed and everything halted for me. So often, I tend to think of the Holy Family as just that. A...
Dating Jesus Christ: Day Twenty-One: Lifting Me Up →
I have been greatly lifted up in the past few days by God. Since my weekend debacle and the harsh feelings of disappointment that followed, I was worried about others in my life. I was worried about those who look up to me and how they would look at me after hearing about my weekend of mistakes. For a few moments, I debated with myself over whether or not I would share that I had screwed up and...
Counting other people’s sins does not make you a saint.– Mufti Ismail Menk (via her0inchic)
One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend...– Dale Carnegie (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
Catholic Problems #29
hislittleflower-throughconcrete: When you have those days when you are seriously afraid you’re going to have to resort to CatholicMatch. HAHA
Niko's Nature: novemberrain93: boundedbyrealityy:... →
novemberrain93: boundedbyrealityy: People send their kids to school, kids get shot. People watch batman, they get shot. People run marathons for charity, they get bombed. Where is the innocence in the world, is there even good left in us? Teacher sacrifices her life to save…
pastelmorgue: eradicategirlhate: you ever thought that maybe the reason girls say they’re fine when they’re not, or they’re not mad when they are, is because the second they show any semblance of emotion they’re written off as hysterical bitches that are probably on their period? THE FUCKING DA VINCI CODE HAS BEEN CRACKED
Thought for the day:
hislittleflower-throughconcrete: exfidefiducia: nunnabe: If you think that being free means that you should be able to have sex whenever you want, you aren’t free. You are instead a slave to your passions, unable to say no, and therefore, your “Yes” means nothing. Exactly - common animals are slaves to their passions. Freedom means freedom to say no. You say you’re free and you don’t even...
avadakedavros: one time my brother was on his bike, and he had stopped at a roundabout when a really fancy car pulled up next to him. he glanced across to have a casual look at it, and ended up inadvertently maintaining like 20 seconds worth of awkward eye contact with the queen of england.
gagashairbow: can we take a moment in all this tragedy to just thank firefighters and policemen and doctors and even bystanders for rushing to help and risking their lives to try to help in any way that they can
hopefisch: akingdomdaughter: jamiekcurtis: denyandfollow: A fantastic story of betrayal, redemption, and true pursuit in a marriage, loving each other as Christ loved the church. Worth the watch. I love this so much. “Christ will not stop pursuing the church, so i’m not gonna stop…” I…. am so…