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Lexie Metzler

Lexie Metzler

Lexie Metzler

Lexie Metzler is a second-year graduate student studying professional counseling- clinical mental health. Not only is she passionate about ending the stigma of mental health and integrating mental health with Catholicism, but she is also discerning the Discalced Carmelite Secular Order and has a devotion to St. Therese of Lisieux! Lexie has a bachelor’s degree in communications, specifically in print journalism and has double minors in public relations and psychology. When she isn’t studying, she can be found playing with her sweet dog Valencia, baking several batches of chocolate chip cookies, or binge-watching true crime documentaries. In addition, she has spent the past two years investigating her family’s lineage and is hoping to travel to Germany where her ancestors are from. Her favorite places are Quebec City and Italy and she is hoping to visit the Holy Land and travel to as many countries in Europe as possible.
Lexie Metzler's Articles:
11 Ways To Integrate Your Faith Into Your Everyday Life

11 Ways To Integrate Your Faith Into Your Everyday Life

I’ll be the first to admit that integrating the Catholic faith into my everyday life isn’t always easy.Okay, that’s an understatement. It’s far from easy. The number of things I have to do every daycan sometimes leave no room for God. Did I just say that?No room for...

How To Hear God When (You Think) He Is Being Silent

How To Hear God When (You Think) He Is Being Silent

There seems to be a huge stereotype about the way that God speaks to us. Many times, we think back to the conversion of Saul (who became Paul) who heard God’s voice booming through the clouds above him asking “Saul, why are you persecuting me?” Other times, we are...

Lent Isn’t Meant To Be Sweet: A Guide To Deciding What To Give Up

Lent Isn’t Meant To Be Sweet: A Guide To Deciding What To Give Up

When I was growing up, my understanding of Lent was that I wasn’t supposed to be eating candy, I got “black stuff” on my forehead at the beginning of the season, and we didn’t eat meat on Fridays. What it actually meant was beyond me; and to be completely honest, I...

10 Ideas For A Better Spiritual Life In The New Year

10 Ideas For A Better Spiritual Life In The New Year

Well, the year is wrapping up; pretty soon, we will be ringing in the new year! It’s a time for us to start new. We make vows to go to the gym more, eat better, stay organized, and accomplish career or school goals. As Catholics, it’s important to keep spiritual goals...

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