Welcome to the CatholicMom.com Sunday Brunch! We’re serving up a buffet of articles from the past week. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and settle in to enjoy some great reads.
In this week’s CM Hangout, Sherry Antonetti shares about the struggle to find holiness amidst our motherhood and how to stop multi-tasking our motherhood.
This week we’re discussing Chapters 5 and 6 from My Badass Book of Saints, by Maria Morera Johnson. Sarah Damm finds inspiration in holy women who followed the daily promptings of God to gain strength, wisdom, virtue, and love.
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January is National Get Organized Month. How will you celebrate? Meg Matenaer, a truly messy person, humbly offers a few ideas for home organization that has worked in her home.
Jay Cuasay considers the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: What do MLK, David Bowie and Barack Obama challenge us to do “that all may be one”?
Elizabeth Desiderato’s young son’s words made her think that maybe she should focus on Mass as a happy time instead of thinking of it as something she attends on Sunday and needs to accomplish.
Colleen Mitchell was inspired by her experience at a papal audience and resolves to see the ordinary, everyday service she is called to offer as an extraordinary opportunity to see and be Christ present.
Tommy Tighe begs for Catholics to start keeping it real for the Year of Mercy. If we try harder to keep it real, we might bring more light than we do in suggesting the ideal.
Barb Szyszkiewicz, OFS reviews True Radiance by Lisa Mladinich, a book that helps readers learn to rely upon and cooperate with grace in the second half of life.
Sister Margaret Kerry, fsp observes that we can dedicate personal technology for the building up of our families, to safeguard our children, to share “good news” and mindfully use media devices.
Make this Black Bean soup mild or spicy with the addition of fresh salsa. Barbara Stein suggests serving it with some warm tortillas or bread for dunking.
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