Sherry Boas Archive
When you first learn you are going to be the parent of a child with special needs, it is natural — probably even inevitable — that you fixate on all the things that won’t happen. And as
Sherry Boas offers reasons to "let things go"...
What was St. John Paul the Great's most important contribution to the world? Sherry Boas says it was his message about fear.
It is often in the struggles and the suffering that we learn the most about ourselves and God. Specifically, how much God loves us. And in that way, compared to God’s infinite love and mercy, we are
Sometimes as moms, struggling day-to-day to keep our kids clean, educated, well-fed, and adequately hugged, we fail to see the big picture. And every once in a while one of our little ones gives us a glimpse
It took me a while to realize I was living with a saint. Eleven years, to be exact. For some time, my daughter Teresa, who has Down syndrome, was in need of some extra prodding to go
I used to get the same request twenty times a day: “Mommy, can we cuddle?” It always came at the most inopportune of moments. When bits of raw hamburger were making their way up my arms as
There was a time when being in the presence of my youngest son could bring me to tears. He would climb up into my lap, and I would kiss the top of his head, breathe the sweetness
He met me in the garage, after I had just pulled in from an all-day book signing. His soulful eyes. His hope-filled heart. His little voice. “Mommy, can you fix this?” You know what I wanted to
Our legacy as mothers cannot be over-estimated. Nor can it be predicted. It cannot be known in its entirety in our lifetime. It cannot be known in its fullness in the lifetimes of our great, great, great,
Editor’s Note: Today, I’m very happy to announce that talented writer Sherry Boas joins us at CatholicMom.com as our newest contributor. You may know Sherry from her amazing fiction work with the Lily Trilogy. I know you’re
Editor’s Note: Perhaps you’ve had the good fortune of reading The Lily Trilogy and are already in love with Sherry Boas and her inspirational and compelling brand of fiction. If not, I hope today’s guest column by
I’m not a theologian. I’m just a mom who has thoughts in the middle of the night. I can’t be the only mom who had the thought I had after reading a LifeSiteNews article about a recent