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Author Sherry Boas
Sherry Boas has learned that you don’t have to be Mother Teresa to parent a difficult child, which is good, because I have come to believe that all children are difficult. No, you don’t have to be Mother Teresa. You just need a lot of her help.
Disappointed with the offerings at a Catholic-school book fair, Sherry Boas and friend Nancy Gonzales launched their own Catholic book club program.
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.