Lisa Hendey shares the great new Liguori Publications resource “Family, the Church, and the Real World”, which is chock full of practical solutions for living out the faith in your “real world” Domestic Church.
Our best-laid plans rarely turn out the way we envision, but humorous reflections can help ease the strain. Join Tiffany Walsh for a look at an evening, and a craft project, that did not turn out exactly as planned…
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.
A grassroots coalition of Catholic organizations worldwide are mobilizing for the 23rd International Week of Prayer and Fasting (IWOPF), from October 16 – 24, 2015.
Teens are usually disengaged at Mass not because they don’t care about God or don’t want to know Him but because no one has ever connected the dots between the ritual and the relationship. Altaration acknowledges “the elephant in the sanctuary” as Mark Hart calls it, encouraging and challenging teens to take another look – a deeper look – at the liturgy and all that heaven is doing here on earth through it.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time. God can’t lead us on the adventure of a lifetime if we’re still clinging desperately to what we think will make us happy, with the reigns of our lives grasped tightly in our own hands.