Introducing the Wonderful Sara Estabrooks
Hi, I’m Sara!
A Catholic wife, mathematician, former teacher, sometimes artist, and mom of 4 who loves the mystery of the Holy Eucharist.
I’m here to open wide the doors of my heart as I seek to answer the universal call to holiness in my life. I invite you to walk this road with me, drawing closer to Jesus together every step of the way.
Together, we can seek to know, love, and serve God in this life we live, in order to be happy with him forever in heaven. (may have borrowed this from her website: To Jesus, Sincerely
And Her Amazing New Book—Becoming Holy
In Becoming Holy, One Virtue at a Time, you will
- grow in understanding of the theological and cardinal virtues;
- dive into biblical stories that inspire you to become the person God made you to be;
- reflect on your vocation to holiness in your daily life; and
- accept God’s call to live a life of virtue.
God calls each of us to become saints. That may seem daunting, but in Becoming Holy, One Virtue at a Time, Sara Estabrooks shows you how you can answer this call in your daily life. By drawing on Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, you will be enabled to seek virtue and pursue sainthood, starting now.
Stay Connected Journals for Women help you deepen your connection with Christ through inspiring stories, reflections, Scripture study, and prompts for prayer and journaling. Each journal explores a different path to spiritual growth in seven short, easy-to-complete chapters, making them perfect for individual or small group study.
How Others are Inspired by Becoming Holy
A GRANDPARENT’S ROLE IN PASSING ON THE FAITH by Sara Estabrooks on the Virtue of Faith
We called him Pappas.
He was my dad’s dad. A father of 13 children and 30-something grandchildren.
He used to walk every day.
It was a heavy-footed, sometimes labored, stomp. Head down, determined, dedicated. Round and round his indoor pool when the weather was bad, or around the lake when the sun was shining.
And in his hands, he held his “beads.”
His Rosary beads.
Pappas was a good Catholic.
He was a man of faith.
A Moving Piece on HOPE from Mary Lenaburg
Hope. It’s a four letter word. One that as Catholic Christians we bandy about without much thought for how hope is actually meant to change how we live our lives. If we believe ALL that our faith teaches us, then we should never be without hope in our lives. And yet we are a stressed out, anxious, and despairing people. Read on….