Barb Szyszkiewicz’s tilapia recipe is kid-friendly, and there’s even prep work the kids can do, no knives required!
Join us as we reflect, ponder, and pray together inspired by today’s Gospel.
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?
Melanie Jean Juneau discusses the challenge facing Catholic writers to witness to the validity of their Catholic spirituality with a mature love, without stooping to ridicule Protestants.
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.
Always interested in reading and writing about organization, Lisa Hess found an app that focuses on organization, maintenance and more. BrightNest offers brief articles in eight categories: Savvy, Clean, Green, Hungry, Healthy, Handy, Creative and Curious.