Flávia Ghelardi writes in both English and Portuguese. She reminds readers that our role as parents, we can say that care for the child has three aspects: the well-being of the body, the well-being of the mind/intellect, and the religious life. This responsibility can’t be given to other institutions such as the Church or the school, because it belongs to the parents.
Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today’s Gospel.
Today, we continue our community conversation on Pope Francis’s newly released encyclical On Care for Our Common Home (Laudato Si’). Join us for an eight week conversation on this important document and our role in caring for the world around us.
Lisa Hess suggests ways to find school supplies that work with your child’s style.
Our Question of the Week: which of the many titles of the Blessed Mother do you relate to the most?
Lisa Hendey invites you along for a stop on Melanie Rigney’s blog tour for her new book Blessed Are You; Finding Inspiration From Our Sisters in Faith. Today, we consider “righteousness” and meet four female spiritual giants whose lives serve as a model for this beatitude.
Is it okay to use technology during Adoration? Susan Bailey explains how she came to use it while being mindful of the needs of adorers around her, and how it made for a powerful time of reconciliation and worship.