Here are two books that will help you pray Stations of the Cross with your Children.
Browsing: For your Soul
This week, April 20 – 26, 2014 is National Infertility Awareness Week. A group of Catholic women who have experienced infertility share what the experience of infertility is like, ways that you can be of support to a family member or friend, and helpful resources.
Theology of the Body Institute sponsors International Congress July 9-11 to teach the divine meaning of the body in honor of John Paul II.
Using ducklings as an example, Cassandra Poppe hatches an idea to help better illustrate the role of the Church in the lives of her First Communion students.
When we pray the “Our Father”, taking the time to meditate upon the meaning of each of its phrases, we often have to remind ourselves what it means for the Lord to “give us this day our daily bread.” Colleen Mitchell shares about her friend Esther and invites us all to remember those struggling from malnourishment in our daily “Our Father.”
Meet Msgr. Richard Soseman of the Diocese of Peoria — you’ll enjoy his “Reflections from Rome”, his ponderings on the life of Venerable Fulton Sheen and his wisdom for Catholic families.
Take a “sneak peek” at the new cover and description for CatholicMom.com founder Lisa Hendey’s newest book, The Grace of Yes.