When someone shares great news with you about about themselves or their family, do you smile on the outside and try to muster your best “I’m happy for you” while secretly cringing on the inside? Erika Marie reviews a book that contrasts contentment and comparison.
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The Culture of Life Studies Program makes learning about pro-life issues easy and memorable. Learn more about how you can bring this helpful resource into your home or classroom.
Sarah Reinhard interviews Word by Word contributor Brandon Vogt, who shares perspective on slowing down with prayer and the word “LORD.”
Bestselling author Matthew Kelly offers an affordable and dynamic way for our families and parishes to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Guest author K.V. Turley shares the beautiful Chiara Corbella Petrillo. Learn why this amazing woman who chose life for her unborn child is being called a “modern day Saint Gianna”.
Stuart Dunn reviews The Man Who Founded California, a biography of newly-canonized St. Junípero Serra.
Pauline Sister Margaret Kerry reviews Gem Babies Odyssey, a book about paying attention to our dreams, our loves, our friends, and our pain to open paths for hope.
Author Michele Howe shares an excerpt from her newly-released book, Empty Nest: What’s Next? Parenting Adult Children without Losing Your Mind.
Erin McCole Cupp’s novella on the Holy Family’s time of exile in Egypt explores the possibilities of what would have happened if Mary was called upon to support her family. In honor of the World Meeting of Families, the ebook is free through Monday!
Author Laura Pearl introduces her young-adult novel, Erin’s Ring, which is part historical fiction and tells the story of the impact a group of 19th-century Irish-Catholic immigrants had on a small New Hampshire town.
Have you planned to re-invigorate your prayer life during the Month of the Holy Rosary in October? Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews Scriptural Rosary resources for children and adults.