Flávia Ghelardi writes from Brazil in English and Portuguese. Today she discusses how countercultural it is to have a large family, and urges parents not to be discouraged from welcoming children into their lives.
The Word comes in many forms. And a powerful form of the Word is if it comes from them (through you) in the future delivered by our government for less than one dollar. Peter Serzo offers tips on evangelizing your family via the U.S. mail.
Meg Matenaer shares a favorite post from the CatholicMom.com archives that details The Beads of the Child Jesus, a chaplet to which Our Lord attached graces of purity of heart and innocence, a powerful prayer we can offer on behalf of all the children we know.
More than half of Syrian refugees are children, most of whom have been out of school for more than two years. To fill that void, the Good Shepherd Sisters, in partnership with CRS, provide hundreds of Syrian children with a wide range of year-round educational support so that they can learn, play, and heal in a safe environment.
Como ajudar um filho que está sofrendo? How to help a child that is suffering? Flávia Ghelardi offers reasons why it is important for children to learn to suffer.