I got sued last year. The details aren’t important, except to say a manufacturer I represented terminated our contract in April. Both sides filed motions, and after two days of evidentiary hearings in business court, on a Friday afternoon in … Continue reading →Please visit A Catholic Misfit to read the full post.
I’ve been to many, many Marian shrines in my work and personal life, and I’ve loved every single one of them. I have to say, however, that La Negrita in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Angels in Cartago, Costa Rica, is the most unusual one I’ve been to so far. Continue readingPlease visit Marge Fenelon to read the full post.
Welcome to A Catholic Misfit, and the Obligatory Introduction Post. Hi. My name is Larry Denninger, and I am a Catholic writer. I’ve been one for the past ten years, writing at the world’s most famous blog no one’s ever heard … Continue reading →Please visit A Catholic Misfit to read the full post.
I’m sitting here looking at pictures of bridal bouquets and trying to decide about the wording of wedding announcements. With one short conversation over IM, our wedding planning went from slow and leisurely to fast forward speed. Our daughter and her love have set a wedding date at last, and it’s one month from now. ONE MONTH!
Fortunately, they have declared the theme of this wedding to be “simple and easy,” and have only invited 40-ish people to share their day with them. (22 of those people are their immediate families
Sometimes, the sudden pain is just unbearable.
Knowing that you hurt triggers something primeval and cataclysmic deep inside me. I am nearly always at a loss. Yet every living cell, every gathering breath that I draw in, quickly conspire with my brain to shut down every other objective and accomplishment.
I need to fix this
Sometimes my blogging world and my real life collide bringing me a gift and today is one of those days. My friend Colleen Duggan has a new book out from Ave Maria Press called “Good Enough is Good Enough: Confessions of An Imperfect Catholic Mom” and y’all it’s a real winner.
I’ve known Colleen for several years and she is is genuine as they come. She’s wickedly funny, humble and an incredible story-teller. Colleen has a achieved a beautiful balance between spectacular laugh-out-loud moments (I see you Mary Bernadette and I raise you one bead) and tender heart tugs with this book