Have you ever had to reconsider your Lenten practices? Here's one mom’s second thoughts about 40 Bags for 40 Days…
Calling all pregnant moms: is preparing spiritually for birth on your to-do list before baby arrives?
Laura Fanucci asks, What kind of mom are you today?
In a season of celebrating Christ’s many names, what does it mean to imagine what possibilities a baby’s name might hold?
Realizing that Mary’s Magnificat was a prayer of early pregnancy gives one mom a new perspective on morning sickness.
Holiday hype. It’s unavoidable. However, writes Laura Fanucci, this can be our invitation to witness to our Catholic faith. Here's how.
Laura Fanucci offers a mom's perspective on Pope Francis' recent interview with America Magazine.
One pastor's gracious approach towards children teaches a mother about caring for her little ones in a special way
“I’m never having kids.” My ears perked up when I heard the baristas start talking over the counter. “I’m just not the maternal type, you know? Like I have no patience at all. None. I could never
My thoughts always drift to weddings this time of year. When fluffy white clouds fill the crisp blue sky in bright summer sun, I’m taken back to the final weeks of preparations for my own. The flurry
“I need lap! I need lap!” My toddler whines at my knees, knocking his book into my shins in the hopes he can convince me to sit down and read. I’m sweeping the floor and washing the
I find myself in each of their faces as they shuffle forward. The bored teenagers dragging their feet, nervously straightening their hair, pretending they don’t care who’s watching. They practically snatch the host from the minister’s hand
Editor’s note: Today, I am very happy to introduce our newest contributor, Laura Kelly Fanucci. Laura is a mother of two who blogs at at Mothering Spirit and a Research Associate with the Collegeville Institute Seminars at Saint John’s University.