The Gift of Prayer for Mother's Day

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In honor of Mother’s Day this year, I want to invite you to join me in an opportunity to support the work we do here at CatholicMom, honor Our Lady, and also support the faith lives of mothers in need.

We have recently set up CatholicMom, as part of the larger organization, Holy Cross Family Ministries, to be eligible to benefit from fundraisers on Facebook. Have you seen these? Facebook fundraisers are an easy way that you, simply by clicking a few buttons, can set up a fundraiser on your Facebook page, inviting friends and followers to consider supporting CatholicMom.

This is a simple way to support CatholicMom and also help us to spread the word about the resources we offer here for free here every day in support of Catholic women. If you are on Facebook, you can go here for more information and get simple instructions for doing this yourself. I invite you to try it out, and let us know how it works for you!

But not everyone is on Facebook or wants to donate through social media, and so we are offering a different opportunity for you this Mother’s Day as well.

Between now and next Wednesday (May 15), everyone who donates $10 to CatholicMom through our donations page (just select CatholicMom from the drop-down menu on the donation form) will receive a rosary from Holy Cross Family Ministries, and one rosary will be donated to a mom in need. If you donate $25, you will receive 2 rosaries and 2 rosaries will be sent to moms in need. And finally, if you donate $50, you will receive 3 rosaries and 3 rosaries will be sent to moms in need.

If you want to donate in honor of a special mother, grandmother, godmother, or other mother figure in your life, please add their names in the “reason” part of the donation form. We would love to know who you want to honor and add that person to our prayers at CatholicMom and Holy Cross Family Ministries.

Thank you for all the ways you encourage and support the work we do here every day. Happy Mother’s Day to you and your family!


Copyright 2019 Danielle Bean

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Danielle Bean is brand manager at CatholicMom. She and her husband Dan have 8 children and live in New Hampshire.

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  1. I thought it would not be so difficult to be a mom, but when my kids become teens, then my struggles begins. Sometimes I was asking myself “am I doing it right”? Why it seems they’re turning away from everything I have planted to them. My teenagers (Lady 17 years old & the young boy is 14). It’s not so easy to invite them now going to the Church. There are always some issues from the school and everything. Life isn’t still that easy, but looking back, I’ve realized I was never really alone dealing with those problems. I was weak, but God always gives me strength! He may allow those negative things to happen, but He always makes everything beautiful again! I praised and thanked Him for being a good God that loves me beyond my weaknesses and for the times I have failed Him, but He never lets me go! And this web site is one of God’s instruments; it helps me to continuously grow in faith. Thank you and God bless!

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