Sheri Wohlfert wants you to know that even a kitchen disaster can contain a spiritual lesson–believe it or not!
Every newborn Christian does not have to reinvent the wheel; they have a treasure trove of wisdom to lean on, to guide and teach them. Melanie Jean Juneau shares how she learned this important lesson in faith.
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 strategies for helping your kids develop self-confidence along with organizational skills. Helping kids get organized is only half the battle.
As a Special Olympics athlete and a Journalist, CatholicMom.com contributor Daniel Smrokowski’s visit to Los Angeles for the Special Olympics World Games was a trip of a lifetime for this young man from Chicago. Learn more about his experience and a photo project in collaboration with Dan Hayes Photography.
Novels are always a pleasure to read, but they don’t have to be a “guilty pleasure.” Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews two novels you’ll want to share with the teens in your life–but don’t miss the chance to read them for yourself.
Lisa Hess finds a more scientific way to triage leftovers than “when in doubt, throw it out.” Read about a new app that helps you decide what’s still safe to eat.