Accepting our littleness means trusting in God’s greatness, Karee Santos learns from her review of Connie Rossini’s prayerful book Trusting in God with St. Therese. What better path to holiness could there be for wives and mothers whose role is to serve, to suffer, to hope, and to smile?
Author Karee Santos
After suffering through physical and emotional abuse, bankruptcy, and two failed marriages, Marie Therese Kceif found love again in her husband Samuel and faith through the Catholic Church. Read about how she coped as a person and as a mother in this interview by Karee Santos.
After the death of their severely disabled older child and a battle with breast cancer, Liz and Kent Gilges describe how Liz’s infertility in her early 40s felt like a tremendous blessing. Read more of their remarkable story in this interview by Karee Santos.
Karee Santos lists books, websites, videos, and more for anyone curious about how much a difference sacramental marriage can make.
Fifteen helpful online and print resources taking a Catholic approach to adoption, special needs, big families, fostering, and step-parenting.
Karee Santos rolls out her big announcement! Ave Maria Press has agreed to publish the Catholic marriage advice book that Karee is writing together with her husband, Catholic psychiatrist Manuel P. Santos, M.D. Look for it in 2016!
Prof. Susan Windley-Daoust explains how the Theology of the Body brings new meaning to essential human experiences like childbirth, disability, and dying in this interview by Karee Santos.
When you wonder if your voice adds anything to the avalanche of evangelization on the Internet, realize that you have a story that only you can tell. Every blogger, like every Christian, is a witness to the strength of God’s love alive in the world, says Karee Santos.
If you ever get tired of the predictable Campbell’s tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich combo, why not kick it up a notch?
Karee Santos picks her favorite Francis quotes ever, including from his new book The Church of Mercy. Find out why Pope Francis’ comments on gays and atheists made the list.