Judy Klein - Memorare Ministries

          Welcome! I’m grateful that you’ve taken precious time to visit my website and I invite you to linger a while. I pray that you’ll find in these pages a place of hope, beauty and refreshment. In short, a little oasis of peace in this stress-filled, chaotic world. In our busy lives, we yearn to find a sanctuary where we can rest and renew. Moreover, we long for a setting where we can experience God’s restoring presence, and remember his promises and his goodness. My humble prayer is that you’ll find a hint of that sweet presence here, especially through the words and whispers birthed in silent reflection. It is my joy to share those musings with you in this quiet space, and my ardent prayer that you’ll find in them a source of hope, consolation and encouragement. So take a deep breath, grab a cup of warm cappuccino and take a moment to relax! And if you’d like, write me a note. I’d love to hear your words and whispers, too.


         Grace, peace and blessings to you and yours,

         ~ Judy


From Slave To Friend of God: My Son’s Story

I no longer call you slaves, because a slave does not know what his master is doing. I have called you friends, because I have told you everything I have heard from my Father.   John 15:14-15 No one knew better than Christ that the pain against which we so desperately try to numb ourselves, and […]

How Consecrating My Life to Mary Radically Changed My Life

  Dear Friends, Today is the feast of St. Louis de Montfort, who died on this day nearly 200 years ago. St. Louis was French priest who tirelessly promoted both devotion to and consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. In honor of this feast day, and in preparation for the 100th anniversary of the […]

How The Church’s Understanding of Suffering Makes Today “Good”

While some people balk at the Catholic Church’s teaching on suffering, it was precisely that theology—and its sweet relief to my soul—that pulled me back into the Church from evangelical Protestantism nearly thirty years ago. The Catholic notions of expecting suffering in life, turning toward the Cross and embracing it, and “offering it up” for […]

How Dung Helps Flowers Grow: What God Does With Our “Crapola”

I will heal their defection, says the Lord, I will love them freely; for my wrath is turned away from Israel. I shall be like the dew for Israel: he shall blossom like the lily; he shall strike root like the Lebanon cedar, and put forth his shoots. His splendor shall be like the olive […]