Christine Capolino loves her life as a homeschooling Mom! Chris resides in NY with her husband and their lively, lovable boys, who continuously color their lives. Her essays are included in Bezalel Books’ Stories for a Homeschool Heart and Joseph Karl’s God Moments 2 as well as “Mater et Magistra” magazine. Please stop in and visit her for a bit at her blog, Campfires and Cleats .Chris is thrilled to be a part of the Catholic Mom family!
Entering the desert of our souls. Walking with Jesus into the dark, unrelenting wilderness for forty days. Becoming aware of our ragged spirits and begging mercy for the dark night of our souls.
The Lord’s ways are not our ways and, we all know, are not always explainable. The goodness and kindness that the Lord wants us to seek and emulate might just be found for any of us, at any age, in the form of a red-suited, white-bearded, jolly, old elf who resides at the top of the world.
Christine Capolino reviews the new Advent devotional and recommends it to enhance and deepen your Advent preparations.
This Advent, instead of trying to do everything, let’s watch and wait and let the Spirit guide us.
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I’ll admit it’s work, but I love it. I love camping…. the dust clouds and the cicadas’ rhythmic swell and
My friend, Patrice, of Spiritual Woman and Catholic Lane requested that I review her brand new, hot off the press,
Press suit. Check. Shine black dress shoes. Check. Purchase white satin tie and arm band. Check. Cut hair, charge camera
As the mother of two lively boys, athletic boys, theater-loving boys, exploring boys, immersed-in-everything boys, I am forever seeking. Forever
As we leave Ordinary Time to enter the season of Lent, we ready our homes, our families, our souls. The