Jessica Fahy

Jessica Fahy is a wife and stay-at-home mother of six children. While she was born a cradle Catholic, it wasn’t until halfway through her college career that she had a profound encounter with Christ that changed her life. She currently homeschools her children and writes at her blog “At His Feet: Musings on Catholic family life.”

Articles By Jessica Fahy

Prayer of Self-Renouncement for Union with Our Lady

Our Lady’s role in our salvation and sanctification is irreplaceable and most necessary in these times we live in.  It is a great loss to the Christian to not take her for one’s mother and a mediatrix with her Son.  Our Lady is the shortest, easiest and quickest path to Christ and Christian holiness.  In St. Louis


How Can I Practice Heroic Virtue?

Jessica Fehy reminds us that there is opportunity for great heroic virtue even as you go about the sometimes monotonous or “annoying” duties and encounters in your daily life!


Rushing: An Enemy of Recollection

A steady pace of rushing places a great hindrance not only on peace and rest for ourselves and our family but also on our relationship with God.  Rushing ruins our recollection.


Deliver Me, Jesus: The Litany of Humility

Years ago my spiritual director recommended I pray the Litany of Humility every day.  The saints say humility is that virtue which must the foundation for all others.  Here is the litany: O Jesus! meek and humble of heart, Hear me. From the desire of being esteemed, deliver me, Jesus. From the desire of being loved… From

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