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Hi friends and welcome to the Arise, Beloved blog. We have an amazing team of writers behind this blog and our desire is to speak truth into the lies that cripple us and shine light into the darkness that isolates us because we believe that now, more than ever, the Church desperately needs women to be restored so that the world can be set ablaze. Our hope is that you find comfort, solace, and peace in knowing that you are not alone, you are not too far gone and there is ALWAYS hope to be found. 

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The biggest lesson of today is this:              Even when all seems lost,             When all is stilled, and completely silent,             Even in the mourning season,             When there clarity or healing has yet to be found,             He is moving.             Today, we learn the meaning of hope. Having journeyed with Jesus through the Last Supper, His passion and […]

Holy Saturday

Anne Marie Schlueter

Ok, here’s something that’s been weighing on my heart lately Do you ever find yourself doing holy or spiritual things….and yet somehow have never felt FURTHER from God? Yes? Well that’s been my spiritual life lately. I’m great at cranking out rosaries, listening to Catholic podcasts, reading awesome literature by all my favorite holy dead […]

To Be

Gabriella Gagliano, Soul, Trust

// Catie Welsh // Not too long ago, my family decided to go for a Costco run while my sister was at basketball practice. I decided to tag along, even though I had no real reason to. After getting hit with some serious carsickness, I found myself regretting the trip, especially when after we went […]

A Silent Season

Body, Catie Destatte

// Marianna Schmiesing // I love the mystery and secrecy of sneaking into churches. I snuck into churches across Europe, finding small, quiet adoration chapels. A rendezvous with God. And there—silence. There are many books and articles about silence, most of which I have not read, and so I may, unintentionally, say many unoriginal things […]

On Silence

Body, Marianna Schmiesing