Join us for An Open Book, where avid readers share what they’ve read recently by linking to their blogs or commenting on this post. Carolyn Astfalk hosts this monthly linkup.
Lisa Hendey shares how her family will be a part of @OrangeDiocese Christ Cathedral #GivingHeavenlyLights #HeavenlyLights. You too can honor a loved one and help be a part of the Cathedral’s restoration.
Last fall, we were blessed to go to the World Meeting of Families. Of all the inspiring talks, one in…
The Pope Video December edition is released. “Child Soldiers” seeks to raise awareness about this slavery victimizing children.
Linda Kracht focuses on the virtue of Mercy, encouraging readers to make it a priority to root your children, yourself, family and friends and others in Mercy.
Join us as we prepare for the Year of Mercy by participating in a 33 day Marian Consecration retreat using the book 33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr. Michael E. Gaitley, MIC.
Kelly Pease reflects on two kinds of busy-ness: the busy-ness of the life that God has called us to and the kind of busy-ness that keeps us from the real encounter we are meant to be having within those lives we’ve been given.
In this week’s family game review, Stuart Dunn looks at two racing games. Steampunk or Bingo: which would you choose to play with your family?
Jay Cuasay looks at his hectic family schedule and calendars and the advice to focus on being present to family and friends in order to recognize the real presence of God in whose image we are all made.
We’re thrilled to give our readers a sneak peek at The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections, the newest addition to our CatholicMom.com Book Imprint with Ave Maria Press. Today, Grace Mazza Urbanski discusses the challenge given to us by St. Nicholas.
Lisa Hess’s love of TED Talks leads her to a happy place: GoodThinkInc, a website packed with information on self-help, self-promotion and happiness.