Registration is open for the Maryland Catholic Women’s Conference, a retreat scheduled for October 10 and 11.
Claire Dwyer shares a family story that brings to mind the Scripture passage in which Jesus reminds us that we are worth “more than many sparrows.”
Celeste Behe was a quiet, dreamy child whose worst fault was getting so lost in a book that she became oblivious to everything around her. If any kid ever had Attention Deficit Disorder, it obviously wasn’t Celeste. Or was it? It’s only recently, after years spent losing things, missing appointments, forgetting basic information, leaving tasks unfinished, and putting her foot in her mouth that Celeste has realized that she did, and still does, struggle with the symptoms of ADD. What could be funnier?
Sometimes, our best-laid plans are sidetracked by God’s even better plans. Find out the holy surprise that took place recently when contributing writers Roxane Salonen and Patti Armstrong planned a coffee date in Bismarck, N.D.
Stuart Dunn reviews The Story of the Bible, a comprehensive education program from TAN Books. Geared toward homeschooling families, this program would also be valuable to families wishing to supplement their children’s religious education at home.
Tied to your Android or iPhone? Could it help you grow in faith? Susan Bailey shares 3 practical tips for using your smartphone to grow your faith.