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    Ginny Kubitz Moyer

    Ginny Kubitz Moyer is a contributor to several print and online publications, including U.S. Catholic magazine, BustedHalo.com, and CatholicMom.com. She is the author of Taste and See, Random MOMents of Grace, and Mary and Me and co-author of Daily Inspiration for Women. She and her husband live in the San Francisco Bay area with their two sons.

    Taste and See: Experiencing God with Our Sense of Sight

    Welcome to the Taste and See: Experiencing God with Our Senses online retreat. We begin with the sense of sight. Our sight is a gift, one that we use nearly...

    Our Five Senses and Being Fully Alive

    The second-century saint Irenaeus said that “the glory of God is man fully alive.” I love this idea and find that it always invites reflection. What does it...

    Finding God When My Son Was Hurt

    It’s a sound no parent wants to hear: the thunk of a five-year-old forehead hitting wood. My son was taking a running leap into the lower bunk, misjudged the...

    Grateful for the Annoyances

    Years ago, I came across a greeting card with a quotation attributed to Anton Chekhov: “Any idiot can face a crisis; it's this day-to-day living that wears you out.”...

    The Truth and Comfort in Ignatian Spirituality

    Once upon a time—before I had kids, to be precise—I had the freedom to drop everything for a weekend and go on retreat. If I felt like praying, I...