Christine Watkins, inspirational speaker and author, was saved from death and atheism, through a miracle of divine grace. Read her story and the miraculous, true conversions of a nightclub dancer, a homeless addict, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, a lonely youth, and a drug abuser, in her compelling new book, Full of Grace: Miraculous Stories of Healing and Conversion through Mary’s Intercession. Mrs. Watkins lives in Alameda, California with her husband and two sons. See www.christinewatkins.com, and visit her blog www.medjugorjemiracles.com.
Christine Watkins shares Jesus’ words on the importance of trusting Him, and how to find out what He’s saying to us when things go wrong.
Christine and John Watkins respond to challenging questions on the topic of marriage.
The language of prayer intimately reflects our hearts. Do we “say” our prayers, or do we pray in intimate communion and conversation with our greatest love? The former is like saying,
“Did Jesus mean what he said?” This is the question a high-powered, well-to-do, Catholic lawyer named Dale Recinella asked his
As I was submitting this article to Catholic Mom, I got the news of Pope Benedict XVI resigning, February 28th,
Not once did I intend to travel half the circumference of the globe to Medjugorje, a small town in Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Accurate discernment of God’s will in our lives requires a pondering heart. How often do we launch quickly and blindly
We human beings become, in part, what our senses consume. Razor sharp discernment is needed to navigate through the spiritually
Jesus wants to be first. When we don’t make Jesus the first priority in our lives, our relationship with Him suffers. Just like in a marriage, when a wife gets distracted and makes other things, besides God, in her life more important than her husband, or a husband makes things in his life more important than his wife…
Patience with self is every bit as important as patience with others. Self-critique, under a loving eye, is the God-given