Mary Wallace's incredible work day, outside her comfort zone taught her about the decision to love in the work place.
In the midst of chaos, there is the memory of a dream, of a calling. Mary Wallace reflects on how being born to be a mom hasn't made it easier in her real-life look inspired by the
How do you break away from the chaos of the day? How do you stop to listen for the still small voice of God? Join Dr. Mary Wallace as she contemplates the Heart of Jesus,
When questioned about what to tell her girls about working and motherhood at the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference, Dr. Mary Wallace ponders her answer. Was it enough? What would I tell the girls about the
This is something I am struggling with: being a momma and working. In some of the worse moments, it looks like chaos. In the best moments, it is like warm homemade buttered bread. I would love to
Are you one of the Catholic women this year who had that "unChristmas" feeling? Did you believe you missed the mark for the Advent Season? Do you remember that God is still a God of
Mary Wallace and her family say farewell to a loved one.
Mary Wallace and her daughter, Elie, join forces to review a new Advent book and interview the author.
This summer I read the novel, “Anna Karenina,” by Leo Tolstoy. I had never read the novel previously, and I had no preconceived notions about the plot, the characters, or the emotional turmoil I would experience as
For Mary Wallace, Small Steps for Catholic Moms is a great time management tool along her faith journey.
Mary Wallace offers 5 Tips on Catechizing Your Public School Kids - sharing the faith passionately at home is key!
The Gospel of Luke gives us a clear definition of who our neighbor is, and how we are called to love our neighbor, illustrated by Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan. What a great reminder that our
Steubenville South, held in Alexandria, LA was a wrap on Sunday. I was so excited to have attended with my two oldest daughters, who are incredible young women of faith. For those of you who are not
There are times in my past when a vacation would apply to all areas of my life: leave from work, leave from routine, leave from Sunday Mass. Growing in my faith has taught me a vacation is
As I was addressing my daughter’s high school graduation invitations last night, I began to reminisce about the journey my daughter has taken in life. I find it difficult to put into words how proud I am