Sherry Boas has learned that you don’t have to be Mother Teresa to parent a difficult child, which is good, because I have come to believe that all children are difficult. No, you don’t have to be Mother Teresa. You just need a lot of her help.
Guest author Colleen Berge explains why she asked Mother Mary to especially be a mother to her little son whose heart is full of questions.
Jim Fellows has written a children’s book explains the adoption journey from a unique perspective. During the month of November, $1 from the sale of each copy of The Itty Bitty Soul will be donated to Gift of Adoption Network, which aids families with the financial burdens the adoption process can bring
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.
Nicole Johnson shares her connection with a birth mother readying herself to place her child for adoption and what she learned from her “simple” question. It was in that moment that this young woman, whose first impression was one of strength, perseverance and vitality, became suddenly transparent, vulnerable and willing to risk it all to get an answer.
What does it mean to lay down your life? Susan Bailey chats with Allison Gingras about her family’s decision to adopt a special-needs child from China.
I recently had the opportunity to preview the newly released family film Raising Izzie. Here’s a synopsis of the movie,…