Nancy HC Ward reviews “Time for God,” a spiritual classic, outlining how spending time with God can transform your life.
As Lent draws near, Roxane Salonen sees a recent visit to a monastery with Henri Nouwen’s help, and reflects on the importance of solitude.
Last fall, we were blessed to go to the World Meeting of Families. Of all the inspiring talks, one in…
This month, Francis draws from the popular “mannequin challenge,” proposing a move in the opposite direction, recognizing that indifference toward those who suffer is an attitude that society must reject.
Linda Kracht focuses on the virtue of Mercy, encouraging readers to make it a priority to root your children, yourself, family and friends and others in Mercy.
Join us as we prepare for the Year of Mercy by participating in a 33 day Marian Consecration retreat using the book 33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr. Michael E. Gaitley, MIC.
Take a moment this Lent to “PAUSE” and remember what Lent is about with these family activities and free poster that you can download, print, and mark off the days of Lent.
Stuart Dunn reviews 2 games in his favorite category: worker-placement games, including one game that stands the test of time in the fickle gaming world.
Tami Kiser shares with us why she loves this newest planning craze, and shows how a bullet journal can be used to not only manage our busy lives, but to also grow in our faith.
Deacon Patrick Augustin Jones’ new novel, “Defend the Tabernacle,” explores the amazing gifts of preparing for Sacramental Marriage as one’s path toward holiness.
Gina Felter reviews “Your Relationship with Technology: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly” in Tami Kiser’s “Relationships” video series for women.