Lisa Hendey shares her interview with CatholicMom.com contributor Jeannie Ewing, author of the lovely new book From Grief to Grace.
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Lisa Hendey encourages our CatholicMom.com community to support the Friendly Face Forward drive to support the inspirational work of child advocate Fulton Poppe. Learn how you can support this critically important mission.
Tamara Conley, research librarian at St. John Vianney Theological seminary, Cardinal Stafford Library includes Lisa Hendey’s new “Chime Travelers” series in her summer reading picks. Find out what your family should be reading together this summer.
One week from today, we’ll be bringing you a full day of summer-survival tips, tricks and ideas! To get you in the spirit of the summer season, here’s a look back at a book every Catholic mom will want to keep handy at this time of year.
Lisa Hendey offers a few practical solutions for learning to live generously in the context of today’s busy family.
Participate in this week’s Chime Travelers “Mass Mission” & find the “NARTHEX” at your church to enter to win autographed copies of Chime Travelers Books 1-4!
Lisa Hendey shares her personal interview with Raymond Arroyo about the release of his new bestseller “Mother Angelica Her Grand Silence: The Last Years and Living Legacy”.
Our friends at Unbound invite you to consider sponsoring Damiana, an eight-year-old girl growing up in the Bolivia. Through your sponsorship, Damiana will receive tangible support such as education and nutrition and will be a part of Unbound’s worldwide mission to end the cycle of poverty.
Lisa Hendey shares a preview of the new CatholicMom.com resource, “The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections”. Pre-order your copy now to ensure immediate delivery upon release.
Hundreds of experts from the relief and development and technology worlds are gathering in Nairobi, Kenya on May 16-19 to focus on the latest ways to harness cutting-edge information technology to help the world’s poor at the eighth annual Information and Communications Technologies for Development (ICT4D) conference.
Lisa Hendey shares how Elizabeth Scalia’s new book “Little Sins Mean a Lot” is helping her reframe one of her worst personal habits: procrastination!