Author Monica McConkey
Monica McConkey declares, “My favorite post at CatholicMom of mine also happens to be my first one ever!” She shares, “My prayer is that despite all of our faults and failings, we can help them to grow in their love for God and strive to do His Will. I hope that we can reflect the Lord’s Love for them enough to make them yearn for more.”
I haven’t disappointed him, progressing too slowly, muses Monica McConkey. I haven’t scandalized Him with my repeated struggles and sins. He knows where I fit and He has the time to let me figure it out. God doesn’t have impossible expectations for me!
Monica McConkey is doing her best to foster vocations, in her own home. Check out this Vintage Miniature Mass set she inherited AND the affordable DIY Play Mass set YOU can easily compile for your budding baby priest.
Monica McConkey shares a favorite Easter-egg craft from the CatholicMom.com archives.
Monica McConkey presents her favorite high quality and great value Catholic Printables just in time for Advent and the start of the new Liturgical Year of Mercy! Check out the sites of 3 awesome Catholic Mom crafters, plus Monica’s own shoppe at Equipping Catholic Families.
This weekend, the first ever COUPLE will be canonized, reminding us that we can shoot for sainthood through our crazy family life! Monica McConkey shares quick facts and her daughter’s drawings of Blessed Louis and Zélie Martin.
Upon returning from Philadelphia, Monica McConkey realized that her favorite part of the #WorldMeetingofFamilies2015 was…meeting families! Meet these awesome Catholic families!
Monica McConkey offers a bunch of Saint crafts that can be pulled out for all your family Saint Day celebrations! Make them once …and enjoy them forever! Build your Catholic culture, one patron saint at a time!
Expectations. Assumptions…Sometimes we’re blown away by the sense of Entitlement in our kids and teens. Sometimes kids can be down-right BRATS, but what if we’re called to be BRATS in Christ? Monica McConkey discovers another way that maybe we need to be a little more like children.