April 30, 2020

Three years ago on this day, Eden Invitation made a tiny little “ker-plop” into the internet world with this blog and a simple landing page. We still mark at it as our digital anniversary. because it was one of those “no turning back” moments. Bios were on the website....

April 30, 2020

Three years ago on this day, Eden Invitation made a tiny little “ker-plop” into the internet world with this blog and a simple landing page. We still mark at it as our digital anniversary. because it was one of those “no turning back” moments. Bios were on the website....

May 16, 2019

I stood atop Sentinel Dome, perched high above Yosemite Valley. It was one of many rounded globes of granite in the High Sierras, and likely the one most easily accessible by car. The sun was poised to set, hovering low in the west and bathing the blue-grey stone and ev...

March 6, 2019

This interview was a part of a four week series originally published on The Catholic Woman.

How do you define the feminine genius? Is it something innate to every woman or something else? Feel free to elaborate on what you think it is, and what it isn’t.

The “feminine gen...

January 9, 2019

This blog was originally posted on The Catholic Woman. To listen to the spoken word version of the letter, listen here.

My dear sisters,

Have you ever wept at the mountains? Have you ever seen something so beautiful, so good that you couldn’t help but release the ache for...

October 6, 2018

I was sitting on the chapel floor, staring at the tabernacle, in tears. I was supposed to be happy. That was the promise, right? If I followed Christ and the teachings of His Church, then I was supposed to find joy, freedom, fulfilment…but I was so unhappy. I thought of...

October 5, 2018

The Adirondack Mountains are most beautiful in fall. I once heard the season explained as “God showing off." The tension and dynamism of the natural world during this time of year forces me to face my humanity, and there is a tendency to lose myself in the color and the...

August 30, 2018

This blog was originally published at Courage International's Truth & Love website.

Any high school teacher both loves and loathes the team-based review game. They’re fun and functional, but often bring a streak of chaos to your classroom. When my former students selecte...

July 27, 2018

This blog was originally posted at Courage International's Truth and Love website.

“You seem very…managed.”  I sat across from a priest on a retreat.  He had just heard me describe a few elements of my relational history.  This was his response.  “I mean, it’s sort of li...

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