The practice of praying the family rosary has largely been abandoned. Terry McDermott shares how her family is making it a priority.
About Terry McDermott
Terry McDermott is very happily married and is the proud mom of 6 handsome young men and 2 beautiful young women, ranging in age from mid-20s to pre-teens. She enjoys being her parish’s First Communion catechist. A Registered Nurse, Terry is the owner of a nursing related business. In her precious little spare time, she reads, hikes and enjoys family and friends. St. Joseph, St. Therese, St. Gianna, St. Monica and St. Camillus de Lellis are her go-to saints, along with Our Blessed Mother. While striving to live a life centered on the Gospel through prayer and service, she reminds herself daily that “everything is grace” (St.Therese). Terry also blogs at Catholic Insight Magazine and her own blog at http://8kidsandabusiness.wordpress.com.
Latest Posts by Terry McDermott
Just how crazy are we called to be? Terry McDermott considers what the world sees as crazy and what our call is as Catholic Christians.
What impact is the internet having on your relationships? Terry McDermott considers it as she reviews the impact a new book, The I-Choice, has had on her family.
We can’t shelter our children from all the immoral influences of the secular world but we can prepare them for the war on their souls. Terry McDermott gives us a few ways to plant the seeds of Faith.
Terry McDermott challenges popular notions about moms in families with many children.
Since October is the month of the rosary, Terry McDermott says it is the perfect time to strengthen our family and personal devotion to this form of prayer.
Terry McDermott recommends sharing our gifts with others through Chalice, a Catholic child sponsorship program.
An afternoon at sea on a whale watching trip teaches Terry McDermott about human nature.
How do we encourage our children to properly discern their vocation? Terry McDermott takes on this important topic.
In one of his World Youth Days homilies, Pope Francis told the throng of enthusiastic young adults that he wants “a mess” — Terry McDermott talks about what this means for our Church.
Terry McDermott shares how the writings of Servant of God Catherine Doherty uplift her as a Catholic Mom.