Deanna Bartalini calls The Grace of Yes “an opportunity to look at your life” and consider how your Yes matters.
Browsing: Book Notes
In Yes, God!, Susie Lloyd chronicles the childhood and vocation stories of nine men and women religious, describing the details of their family which she believes brought each of them to say “yes” to God’s call to religious life.
By using Kristin and the Santa Secret, you will be creating a cherished teaching moment and memory for your children, one that they will undoubtedly share with children of their own some day.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 2: The Grace of Generativity from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. It seems that the grace of generativity is about living so generously that we make ourselves a light to shine on other’s paths to heaven. Jump in and join the conversation!
Lisa will be visiting the Dedham Pauline Books and Media on Saturday, November 15 and you’re invited!
Sarah Reinhard reviews T.M. Doran’s novel Terrapin and shares the exciting news about it being a free download until November 24.
Pauline Books & Media and the Daughters of St. Paul are pleased to announce the return of Queen of Apostles…
We recently asked several Catholic Mom contributors to review The American Catholic Almanac from a homeschooling perspective. Here’s what they had to say.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 1: The Grace of Belief from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. We start off this series by looking at the grace that comes from giving your “yes” to belief even if you’re struggling. Jump in and join the conversation!