When is the last time we asked ourselves, “What is the purpose of my life?” Maybe we’ve never asked it—-although we wouldn’t begin a task or a trip, consider a movie, or read a book, without asking
Ever dream of doing something big for God? Dreams are fine, but no matter how grand the dream may be, it is the little actions we take that really make a difference.
Still pondering a New Year's resolution—one that doesn't involve modification of nutritional intake? Something that will keep your hands busy so you don’t exceed the feed-limit? Become a charitable knit-wit!
What does it mean to be truly charitable? Blessed Zelie Martin shows us the answer.
This Advent and Christmas season, Catholic Inspired, Cross Catholic Outreach, and other Catholic Bloggers are teaming up to empower kids to help the poor while using their artistic talent. Read about it and consider getting involved!
“Did Jesus mean what he said?” This is the question a high-powered, well-to-do, Catholic lawyer named Dale Recinella asked his wife the day they signed their contract for their spacious, new dream home. The Holy Spirit had
Today, I received a wonderful email from the organizers of Catholic Relief Services’ Rice Bowl project. Along with an update on the awesome ways in which Rice Bowl was supported by people like you, they offered information
A huge thank you to my friends Ashley and Devin, founders of Peter and Paul Ministries, for sharing this fun video of our recent conversation about our CatholicMom.com Lenten Project to support Crisis Pregnancy Centers and Moms
While so many people were absorbed in the Pope Francis news on March 19th, another event happened. The Kerry Taylor auction house in Great Britain sold ten dresses that belonged to the late Princess Diana. The public
Today many of us are looking at the consequences of the current sequestration. I’ve come across a few that do not believe it really affects them. I think we have to look beyond the surface to see
You know what I love about my work here, and specifically with our Lisa Hendey? The awesome ideas I get a chance to be a part of. Here’s the latest: Send copies of A Catholic Mother’s Companion
Editor’s note: This article was originally published on the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and is reprinted with their permission. Be sure to visit the USCCB website for additional Year of Faith resources. LMH The Council
Editor’s note: This article was originally published on the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and is reprinted with their permission. Be sure to visit the USCCB website for additional Year of Faith
Editor’s Note: Today, I thank Loretta Shea Kline, director of communications at Christian Foundation for Children and Aging (CFCA) for sharing this wonderful guest article about her family’s experience with this outstanding charitable organization. Learn more about CFCA at
We stood on the boat in the bay and the captain handed out saltine crackers to everyone. Hold your hand up high into the air and the Seagulls will come and take it from you to eat.