If you were the one grading teachers, who would qualify as an “A ” teacher? Ellen Mongan gives her insight on how important the role of a teacher is to students. Perhaps the teacher you wanted to give a failing grade to at the beginning of the year may be an “A ” teacher after all!
Author Ellen Mongan
What was the best present you ever received–the one you will remember forever? Many years ago Ellen Mongan and husband decided to give the gift of presence instead of presents to their growing family for Christmas. It was the best present ever! What gift can you give that will last a lifetime?
Moms, do you want to learn more ways to live in Divine Mercy? Ellen Mongan recommends “Divine Mercy for Moms,” a treasure that you will definitely want to dig into.
A daddy’s girl is a daughter who is “the Apple of Dad’s Eye!” No matter how small in stature he is, to a daddy’s girl he is a giant of a man. Ellen Mongan points out how important a father’s love is. A dad’s love passes down the faith, prepares you for marriage and brings you high hope!
Have you ever tried to find the perfect purse? Ellen Mongan challenges Catholic Mom readers with a “Perfect Purse Hunt”! What life lessons will you learn along the way? Please tell us about your “Perfect Purse.” Don’t forget to add your life lesson too! We want to hear from you. Who’s in?
“Blessed, Broken and Poured Out” are the five words that came alive for Ellen Mongan as the priest lifted up the host and then raised the cup. Her life has never been the same. Just as the host is blessed, broken and then poured out, so are we, if we let Jesus reign in our lives. Will you let Him?
What is the true Catholic faith? Ellen Mongan asked God one day. The answer was clear and concise, and it resonated truth to her soul. “Follow the Saints,” He said. “They knew the true faith.” This spiritual barometer has helped her to discern as she navigates her way heavenward.
How long has it been since you basked in the love of your Savior? Are you working in the fields way too long and growing weary? Ellen Mongan encourages you to get away with God alone who wants to refresh you. Do you hear the voice of your beloved calling, “Come away with me, my love?”