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About the blogger

My name is Rebecca and I am currently studying English at Franciscan University. At school, I'm a member of Totus Tuus Maria household (sort of like a sorority, but focused on bringing women closer to Christ through sisterhood and prayer) and a part of Women's Ministry team. Sometimes I blog for WM over at fuswomen.blogspot.com

Six years ago, I fell in love with Jesus in the Eucharist. It's been an incredible journey with the Lord so far. 

Hiking in Massachusetts, summer 2015.
My family's yellow lab, Sam, is in the foreground.
I'm a common Catholic girl: I love going to daily Mass, holding babies, and drinking tea. I also love to hike, read, and write. 

Some of my favorite saints are St. John Paul II, St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati, and Our Lady Undoer of Knots. (Yup. #commoncatholicgirl)

I'm probably reading right now. My favorite books include To Kill a Mockingbird, The Phantom Tollbooth, the Harry Potter series, The Book Thief, and Hard Times, but I read anything and everything, including receipts on the kitchen table. Right now, I'm reading Pride and Prejudice while slowly working my way through John Paul II's Theology of the Body. 

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About the blog

I launched one more catholic in May of 2015 as a way to continue writing during my summer break from school. It has become a vehicle of Christ's love for many, which astonishes me, His servant. 

Most blog posts you see here have been critiqued by my loyal editor, Jon. 



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Why one more catholic?

I named the blog one more catholic for two reasons. 

First, after sifting through a variety of possible names, I realized that most of them have already been used. Thousands of Catholics have blogs just like mine. I'm just one more catholic in the mix. 

Second, I am an ordinary Catholic living the life of an ordinary college student. To me, the name "one more catholic" essentially means "everyman." I hope my fellow "ordinary" laypeople relate to my writing. 



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SPECIAL SECRET: I don't know what I'm doing. Good thing He does. 




 † AMDG 

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