Rhonda Ortiz Archive
Rhonda Ortiz shares a chart from Department of Labor website that details goods produced using slave labor, by country of production.
What is it about simple home duties that raises so much resistance in our souls? Rhonda Ortiz ponders prayer and doing the dishes.
Rhonda Ortiz shares thoughts on Jesus, conversion, and Sherry Weddell's Forming Intentional Disciples.
John Guy retells the life of St. Thomas More through the lens of his favorite daughter, Margaret, in A Daughter’s Love. Review by Rhonda Ortiz.
A simple dressing turns shredded carrots into a tangy salad.
A classic hummus perfect for people with nut allergies.
Celebrate year round with Daniel and Haley Stewart’s new book, Feast! Real Food, Reflections, and Simple Living for the Christian Year.
Religiously-charged conflict in Central African Republic begs our prayers.
The newest Glory Story converts this Fatima-wary Catholic.
My grandparents’ simple observation remind me of how my children view the world---and view us.
Omar Gutiérrez’s new book portrays eleven saints who inspire us to live out the Church’s social teaching.
Rhonda Ortiz shares two new releases from Zonderkids, the team behind The Beginner's Bible. You'll love sharing these with your kids!
Can I let you in on a little marriage secret? Respect is hot stuff. The more I build up my husband, the better our marriage. The more I speak rudely, backseat drive, nitpick, bully, backseat drive, complain,
I love foreign language. I have often walked the aisles of my bookstore’s foreign language section, scanning the various titles, fingering phrase books and boxes of vocabulary cards. I love to travel. I own more foreign language
One of my favorite images of the Blessed Mother is the title of a spiritual work by Caryll Houselander, The Reed of God. Though a reed is empty, Houselander explains, it is not without its purpose. A