This week we’re discussing Part Three: Seasons of Life (#74-82) from The Catholic Catalogue, by Melissa Musick and Anna Keating. Catholic life has rhythms that are saturated with the sacred, Marc Cardonarella observes. For parents, there’s no better way to nurture your child’s faith than by keeping these rhythms.
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Marc Cardaronella discusses 4 ways, drawn from a sociological study, parents prove essential and irreplaceable in keeping kids Catholic.
Kids at adoration? Are you crazy?! Marc Cardaronella discusses 31 resources for staying sane and keeping your kids quiet, engaged, and happy at adoration.
Instagram star Essena O’Neill shocked the Internet this week by quitting social media and exposing the false Instagram Girl lifestyle. Marc Cardaronella discusses her admissions, her positive new message, and how it relates to the life-giving truth about human persons rooted in Catholic tradition.
Marc Cardaronella reflects on the life, legacy, and spiritual doctrine of St. Teresa of Avila. Learn about her early attempt at martyrdom, the stages of prayer, and the Transforming Union.
What characteristics identify Christian families? In preparation for the upcoming World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, Marc Cardaronella reflects on 3 aspects of Christian families as highlighted by Pope Francis.
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 even if you’re struggling. Jump in and join the conversation!
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 you and your child from hearing the seed of God’s word.
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.