Worry, Peace, and Finding Joyful Moments

Hello friends! Happy Tuesday. Let's talk a little bit about worry. ​ There is no emotion more exhausting, fruitless, or frustrating. I hate worrying – but I find myself worrying all the time. Worry takes me out of the present and into the future. 95% of the things I...

What Training for Marathon Has Taught Me About Faith

Back in March, I had the crazy idea to sign up for the New York City Marathon. I was in the crowd last year, and as I watched people of all ages and stages and walks of life run past, I was overwhelmed to the point of tears. What a remarkable show of energy, passion,...

“So Blessed:” Celebrating the Life of Mary Teller

About a month ago, a young woman from the DC area passed away after a swift and courageous fight against Lymphoma. I did not know Mary Teller, but many of my friends in the DC area did. She was 26, the mother of a nine-month old son and three-year-old daughter. She...

For We Walk by Faith, Not by Sight

If faith was easy, everyone would have it, right?   In high school, I prayed to play college soccer. Instead, I tore two ACL’s but made the best memories and friends playing club soccer while reminding myself a sport does not define me. At college, I prayed for a...

Finding the Sacred on the Metro

On a recent Friday, my team was asked to come into work earlier than usual for a special training. Though not much of a morning person, I relished in the fact that the sun was still low, and I hadn’t yet melted on my way to the metro as on most summer days.   My...

Episode 54| Battling the Need for Approval

Have you listened to our podcast yet? Find it on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else you listen to podcasts! A full directory can be found here. Welcome back to the podcast! This week, we're kicking off our summer school series inspired by St. Joan of...

Blessings at Brunch

My plan for an aesthetically pleasing brunch had worked. The sunny patio of The Post House Inn had teak tables, white umbrellas, and the perfect amount of dishware emblazoned with its name. To my right was Jessie, whom I had only known for eight months, but I already...

Lenten Retreat Week One: “Substituting the Couch for the Cross”

Hello friends, and welcome to week one of our Lenten retreat! ​ The mission of The SundayMonday is to encourage and equip all of us to be bold in our faith, work, and life. Each Sunday this Lent, we'll be sending out a reflection on the Gospel and how it pertains to...

12 Books for 2022

We are more than halfway into the first month of 2022 and I am only just now turning to resolutions. Though I love the idea of starting fresh on the first of a new year, life had other plans, as so often happens. Onward. As I reviewed the year that now lays in the...

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas, my dear friends!! What a true gift it has been to spend this Advent season together, preparing for the birth of our Lord. As a final reflection, I'd like to share a beautiful prayer by Father Peter John Cameron, O.P.. In the busyness and joy of...
12 Books for 2022

12 Books for 2022

We are more than halfway into the first month of 2022 and I am only just now turning to...

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas, my dear friends!! What a true gift it has been to spend this Advent season...

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