Author Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh
Catherine Baugh recommends National Geographic’s “The Story of God,” noting that we need more programs to bring people to the water coolers and talk about God.
God gave us his Son Jesus as a supreme act of forgiveness. Catherine Baugh wonders what would happen if we in turn offered others gifts that can’t be wrapped or tied in a ribbon.
Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh reminisces about Christmas traditions, remembering that the source for all of these is the Gospel message.
Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh shares a family story that brings home this truth: you can see God in everything if you look.
Being happy in life will involve rising above the difficulties through prayer and perseverance, observes Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh.
Catherine Baugh is inspired by Matthew’s Gospel and the writings of Erma Bombeck to embrace life and all it brings.
Catherine Baugh believes that Communion is our gift of life. Jesus made the effort to make sure His apostles remembered it. Two thousand years later, it still is His reminder that He gave His life so we could have our next life with Him.
Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh shares a favorite post about the Shroud of Turin and what we can learn from it.