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Julie Davis

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Daughter of atheists, Catholic convert, mother of two daughters, wife of Tom, living in Dallas ... not always happy but always happy to be Catholic.

It's Mardi Gras! And tomorrow begins Lent, the great renewal found via repentance and fasting.

I am giving up most of my internet places for Lent - including Goodreads. I will, however, be updating my blog often. So drop by whenever you miss me here!
https://happycatholic.blogspot.com
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Lord, Open My Heart

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Julie Davis Patrick wrote: "Thank you for doing what you do, Julie. You make my life better by being in it, even if only peripherally. More importantly, you make the world a better place."

My goodness, thank you! :-)


Patrick Thank you for doing what you do, Julie. You make my life better by being in it, even if only peripherally. More importantly, you make the world a better place.


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