Hey Y'all! My name is Steffani. I am a theology-teaching, ballet-dancing, Lucille Ball loving, old movie watching, small-town-girl-in-the-big-city-living, bread making, event planner + blogger.
What I do!
This is a small business/blog that I have created out of a combined background in Theology, Event Planning, and a love for tradition. My desire is to provide resources and opportunities for communities and families to live out the liturgy and strive for holiness in all areas of our life. Whether it be a feast day at home or a Catholic event, my goal is to share the true festivity can be found in the ordinary.
You'll also find my blog here, which is filled with my own efforts to live liturgically in our "little church", as well as resources and ideas for yours. But along with that you'll be able to read about my experiences and reflections as a Catholic wife, recipes & books that I enjoy, anecdotes on my obsession with the transcendentals, theological prose, tips for hosting, and bringing beauty to your home.
His Girl Sunday is a play on the commonly known phrase, "Girl Friday" or "His Girl Friday" which is the name for a faithful and efficient assistant and a spin off from Man Friday, a right hand man. The meaning is twofold in that my desire is to serve God; and also live well the vocation of good and virtuous wife, which I get to do in my immediate family and, alongside my husband, in our community. The idea came from the old movie "His Girl Friday" with Cary Grant & Rosalind Russell, and also my favorite classic comedian, Lucille Ball, who plays in a hilarious role of "Girl Friday" in an episode of the Lucy Desi Comedy Hour.