Teaching the Faith to our children is a big responsibility but not an impossible task. Laura Nelson helps parents take the first steps to teach their children and themselves about God’s love.
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Meg Matenaer was blessed to have been able to contribute to The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion and even MORE blessed to now be reading through it! Read her review and enter for a chance to win your own copy!
Meg Matenaer reflects on the ten small things that have helped her summer at home with her crew of young kids go more smoothly. Who knew that the children’s section at the library could be so…child-friendly?
It’s one thing to suffer for the sake of Christ, but would we have the courage to allow our children to suffer for Him, as well? Meg Matenaer looks at the two St. Felicitys from the early Church and what their lives tell us about being a heroic Christian parent.
Lent begins on February 18, and Catholic Relief Services has updated their Rice Bowl app to once again bring prayer, fasting, and almsgiving to life. Allison Gingras shares how she plans to engage her teenage sons this Lent with the CRS Rice Bowl app.
I’m not an expert, but I do have some experience with parenting an adult child who has abandoned his faith. Here are some reflections that my husband and I have come up in dealing with adult children who have abandoned their faith.