Elizabeth Mitchell

Dr. Elizabeth A. Mitchell, S.C.D., received her doctorate in Institutional Social Communications from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome where she worked as a translator for the Holy See Press Office and L’Osservatore Romano. She is the Dean of Students for Trinity Academy, a private K-12 Catholic independent school in Wisconsin, and serves as an Advisor for the St. Gianna and Pietro Molla International Center for Family and Life and is Theological Advisor for Nasarean.org, a mission advocating on behalf of persecuted Christians in the Middle East.

Articles By Elizabeth Mitchell

Waiting for God’s Best

When God drives the Abandonment Bus, He is directing you to a better outcome. Just hold on. The Lord will take our idols, our understanding, our timing, our control, and He will make a way in the wilderness. “You shall know that I, the Lord, have rebuilt the ruins and replanted that which was desolate.” (Ezekiel 36:36)

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To Lower Our Nets

Jesus brings us to the shore, where we can leave our boats, our limited human efforts, behind, casting ourselves upon the depth of His grace.

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The Masterpiece of the Divine Artist

The Lord sees within each of us His hope for the perfect fulfillment of all He has created us to be.  For every human being, there is a divine archetype within God’s heart.  We become, to a greater or lesser extent, the person He has called us to become, and when we correspond most closely to His perfect ideal for our lives, we too become a masterpiece.

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Christ Was Cancelled First

Christ allows himself to be immolated, and with the help of His grace, invites us to follow Him willingly into the place of death to ourselves. Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell with a powerful reflection.

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I Believe in You

“Offer Him your unbounded confidence, trusting in His work, and tell Him, at every moment, that you believe in Him.” – Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell

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Credit to the Man

“The credit belongs to the man actually in the arena.” – Theodore Roosevelt
Are you in the arena?

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