Mark Cardaronella Archive
This week we're discussing Chapter 1: The Grace of Belief from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. We start off this series by looking at the grace that comes from giving your "yes" to belief
What soil are you? The Parable of the Sower in Matthew’s gospel offers a great lesson for parents in soil amendment…the soil of the heart that is. Learn how to clear problems of the heart that keep
Marc Cardaronella looks at the use of children's Bibles and how your family can benefit by sharing Bible stories together.
Have you ever thought about how to motivate your kids to stay Christian? What are the benefits of being Christian? Here’s what I think is one of the best reasons to be a Christian.
The statistics on Catholic belief in Forming Intentional Disciples are alarming. One in particular hit me between the eyes and got me thinking about the implications of FID for Catholic families.
Marc Cardaronella shares about his favorite children's book for First Communion preparation.
What’s wrong with being comfortable? Marc explains why, if you’re a pilot or a Christian, comfortable is the last thing you want to be.
Remember how you were telling me you always wanted to study the gospels in a year? No? Well, read on because I think you will!
Marc Cardaronella has a simple, pain-free plan for getting kids in the habit of daily Bible reading…yes, we're talking about Catholic kids.
How do the teachings of Cardinal Newman impact today's families? Marc Cardaronella contends that parents are the greatest influence in their children’s lives, and have the greatest potential for making faith concrete for them.
Baptism is the gateway to the spiritual life. All the other sacraments depend on it. When your children were baptized, their souls were changed, reconfigured to accept God’s divine life within them. They also received the power
“I think the examen protects our children not only from drinking and premature sexuality, but also from getting caught up in the violence of our culture…the examen has taught our children to face the violence of their
Ever find yourself being overly critical with your children? As a parent, why is it so easy to be negative? The other day my 11 year-old son told me something interesting. He said, “Dad, you’ve been really
As the dad of two young boys, I’m definitely worried about bullying. Bullying is a serious problem in our schools today. Three million kids miss school every month because they’re afraid of being bullied. And don’t think
The Faith wasn’t that important when her kids were growing up. She took them to church, but Catholicism wasn’t a driving factor…not like now. It seemed like there was never enough time. Between work, school, sports, and