“No,” I said, “I don’t have anything.” It was the truth. I had nothing more for them anymore. I knew I could not follow my Catholic faith and still write for them.
I do not have to know everything just: who killed John F. Kennedy, why did God make mosquitos and how did the saints who were mothers handle the teenage years?
Patti Maguire Armstrong addresses the controversial topic of yoga.
Giving life to a child touches a parent’s heart and leads to the Divine as reflected in the Beatitudes in so many ways.
Catholics believe in an all-knowing, all-powerful God as the Creator of everything. You love science and say it trumps religion. Patti Maguire Armstrong comments on our differences.
Through working with the natural cycles, using self-discipline and chastity, couples live in union with God’s plan.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares the story of one mother who has devoted her life to working against the death penalty.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares a store from Mo Bergman, who describes her son's health challenges and God's grace in her life.
Patti Maguire Armstrong examines the slippery slope of popular culture.
Chad Justice had a good thing going: a beautiful wife and a teaching job that he loved at a Catholic school seemed to complete his life. The idea of fatherhood seemed too much. So when
Patti Maguire Armstrong learned to pray the rosary in 1989 while in my early thirties and vowed to say it daily. Find out what reminded her that praying the rosary is worth staying awake for.
A friend's criticism of Curious George creates a spiritual link for Patti Maguire Armstrong to a special saint.
Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity teaches that to be contemplative, we need to understand the simplicity of wanting to be united with Jesus and at the same time, the deepness.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares how St. Thomas Aquinas has laid out a path that leads to both happiness and to heaven.
The more we focus on the “amazing” part of fatherhood, the more amazing everyone will begin to feel -- Patti Maguire Armstrong shares why this is true and how we can support fathers.