When someone shares great news with you about about themselves or their family, do you smile on the outside and try to muster your best “I’m happy for you” while secretly cringing on the inside? Erika Marie reviews a book that contrasts contentment and comparison.
When Marianna Bartholomew sees Pope Francis move about so joyfully, embrace and interact with every imaginable type of person, from members of Congress, to the disabled along his route, she knows that many hidden actions are taking place in the hearts of those who see them — because he is our Peter.
Kelly the Kitchen Kop came up with a copycat recipe for one of her FAVORITE sandwiches that she just can’t stay out of once they’re made.
The Culture of Life Studies Program makes learning about pro-life issues easy and memorable. Learn more about how you can bring this helpful resource into your home or classroom.
Claire Dwyer finds comfort in the words of Pope St. John Paul II in a letter to a young mother: “you always wanted to plan and do everything rationally. And here is the kingdom of irrationality, where normal activity and energy aren’t enough.”
The First-Ever Word-For-Word Adaptation Of The Biblical Gospel Of John, Telling The Story Of Jesus, Available On DVD, Digital HD And On Demand October 6
This week on CatholicMom.com’s CM Hangout Podcast, Lisa Hendey, Gina Felter and our special guest Erin McCole Cupp take on the dual topics of Mary during the month of October and the world of Catholic fiction.