Dave and Mercedes wonder what their daughter with autism thinks when her brothers go away to college and share strategies for keeping their family close.
Courtney Vallejo describes how God has shown her that He is, indeed, working to make her holy–and that she needs to be patient and allow this to happen.
Last fall, we were blessed to go to the World Meeting of Families. Of all the inspiring talks, one in…
On the eve of the Summer Olympic Games, Pope Francis launched, through The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, “Sports, a culture of encounter,” the video that calls for sports as a practice of “human dignity, turned into a vehicle of fraternity.”
Nancy Ward enumerates 8 reasons to apply God’s mercy by forgiving yourself. In this Year of Mercy, are you showing mercy to yourself as well as to others?
When faced with the success of home schools and the profound privilege to educate one’s own child, some parents become interested in the possibility of home education. But what are the everyday nuts and bolts? How do you do it? Sonja Corbitt answers some of the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding home schooling in this first installment of a two-part series.
Stuart Dunn reviews the visually-appealing board game, “Happy Pigs.” Will this one be part of your next Family Game Night?
Bullet Journaling: life changing, just another bandwagon to jump on, or a great way to organize your life? Deanna Bartalini tried it for three months and shares her opinion on bullet journaling simply in real life. Join our Bullet Journal linkup!
Mike Chappell shares his story of a mustard seed of faith, changing everything he thought he knew, in the book “Catholic Re-Tread.”
Barb Szyszkiewicz fights an ongoing battle with her inbox. Are you working on controlling your email? Find out what works for a detail-oriented thinker.