Kate Daneluk Archive
As a cradle Catholic, born and raised in New Jersey where cultural Catholics are abundant, reared in a big, extended Catholic family and in Catholic schools, I haven’t always been the best at productively dialoging with Christians
Kate Daneluk reflects on the importance of our angels.
The world is frightening right now. While our brothers and sisters face martyrdom for their beliefs and tyranny is rising around the globe, we can feel helpless. What can we do? Sign an online petition? Share a
Kate Daneluk considers the blessings of a large family.
Learn about Divine Mercy and discover resources to share this beautiful devotion with your family.
Kate Daneluk shares her short list for keeping a marriage happy and solid.
Santa is back at the North Pole, but Baby Jesus is just getting started.
Kate Daneluk shares ideas for Thanksgiving table settings that reflect our faith and include children in the process. Kids of all ages can keep busy while remembering the real meaning of the day. It’s Thanksgiving, not Turkey-Day!
Why cook with your kids? Well, why not? Kate Daneluk shares some great resources and includes a delicious-looking recipe too.
Have you read that recent Pope Francis Interview with America Magazine? Kate Daneluk has, and she tells us what she's discovered in reading it.
When life's challenges feel too enormous, Kate Daneluk whether God might possibly be "overestimating" her abilities - learn how she finds a solution
When you care a lot about your vocation as parent, you think carefully about many of the choices you make: how to discipline, how to educate, how to feed them, keep them healthy, celebrate holidays, lead them
At some point between the ages of 5 and 12 most children find a passion. It may be a vocational kind of passion like an animal-lover on the path to veterinary medicine, or an avocation like a
As coach of my daughter’s Forensics team (the public speaking kind, not the CSI kind), I showed up for our final tournament of the year, rushing from one thing to the other, embarrassed and annoyed for running
Throughout our lives, there are many seasons: birth, growth, sickness, sorrow, sin, repentance, redemption, vocation, love, tragedy, death, and, hopefully, eternal glory. Our faith and our Church help us walk through these experiences through the practice of