On February 22, 1931, a Polish
nun had a vision of Jesus Christ.
He came with a message of trust
in God's mercy that she was told
to spread throughout the world.
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our lady of
The lone pilgrim was making his
way south from Tulpetlac, across
the dusty desert expanse, past
the western side of Tepeyac Hill.
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For Our Lady of Tepeyac


Sweetwaterhaven shares some ponderings, images, and stories from the desert, as well as some valuable Catholic resources that have helped me on my ongoing journey of conversion towards living the fullness of the Faith. God bless you all in your own faith treks –– wherever you may be.

"It [conversion] means seeking God, moving with God, dociley following the teachings of his Son Jesus Christ; to be converted is not a work for self-fulfillment because the human being is not the architect of his own eternal destiny. We did not make ourselves... Conversion consists in freely and lovingly accepting to depend in all things on God, our true creator, to depend on love. This is not dependence, but freedom." -- Benedict XVI

Our Lady of Tepeyac, pray for us.

Some Sites/Blogs I Like

Standing On My Head

An award winning blog by Fr. Dwight Longenecker hosted on Patheos.

St. Joseph's Abbey

Simple and ordinary glimpeses into the contemplative work and prayer lives of Trappist Monks at St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts.

Mark Mallet
Spiritual Food for Thought

A Roman Catholic singer/songwriter and missionary draws from Scripture and the teaching Magisterium of the Church to share a powerful message.

The Joy of Penance

Deeply inspiring, scripture-based excerpts from the journal of a faithful Roman Catholic woman.

Integrated Catholic Life

A Catholic, wife and mom to 9 kids gets it done simply and with joy!