Sharon Rayner is a Catholic wife and mother who has become increasingly aware of a call to evangelize using the new media. Her passions are Catholic education, raising daughters to embrace purity and virtue, and sharing with other Catholic women the journey through subfertility that has led to adoption as a means to expand her family. Her current family includes her recently converted Catholic husband of 20 years, her two school-aged girls, and three miscarried children in heaven. She writes at In Joyful Hope, http://psalm28v7.blogspot.com.
Sharon Rayner invites you to share your child’s initial reaction to learning the truth about abortion.
The Life of Mary as Seen by the Mystics provides insights into Mary’s character and virtue
Sharon Rayner shares how Contemporary Christian music celebrates, inspires and bonds our families to Christ and one another.
My daughters are afraid of things that are … scary. There, I’ve said it. I’ve completely failed to desensitize them
Modesty is a fruit of the Holy Spirit, an outward sign of God working within us. As with other fruits
Today I had a temper tantrum. I became impatient with all of the little things, like one child’s barely worn
After two years of searching for ways to battle a particular form of spiritual warfare, I found a three-day conference
Like most American kids of my generation, I watched cartoons on Saturday mornings. A friend and I were recently discussing
3 Sons are indeed a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. 4 Like arrows in the hand
An occasional glimpse into the meaning of suffering provides some measure of solace for Sharon Rayner.