Pat Gohn, cancer survivor, celebrates womanhood by exploring a woman’s dignity, gifts and mission in her inherent beauty, blessedness and bodaciousness.
Today, we're celebrating with our friend and fellow CatholicMom.com contributor Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle as she prepares to launch her very own television program with EWTN.
Our friends at Couple to Couple League highlight our very own Ellen Gable Hrkach in their Fall issue of Family Foundations. Learn how you can get involved in the New Evangelization.
Congratulations to our own Marilee Haynes, author of the wonderful book a.k.a. genius. Marilee Haynes was awarded the Catholic Writers Guild's highest recognition.
CatholicMom.com has a new intern. Meet Allison DeWolf -- our newest contributor!
Some congratulations are in order! Cue the champagne… Chris Capolino’s blog, Campfire and Cleats, won the recognition of Best Special Needs Blog in the 2013 Homeschool Blog Awards. In the midst of her jumping up and down,
Special news updates from our CatholicMom.com contributors.
Today, we welcome new contributor Kaye Hinckley to CatholicMom.com. In her first column, Kaye ponders the impact her writing can have upon herself and others.
Today, we welcome Emily McMahon -- our new college intern -- to the CatholicMom.com family!
Today, we shine our "Book Notes" spotlight on one of our own with an interview with Sherry Antonetti, author of The Book of Helen.
Karee Santos shared how "Big Hearts" offers a peek into the treasure trove of big families.
Catch up with the amazing Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle and learn about her latest project, The Miraculous Medal: Stories, Prayers, and Devotions.
I’m pleased to share another great project being spearheaded by our CatholicMom.com friend and contributor Allison Gingras. Allison shared the following information on her plan to develop a new series of apps that will support each of
For years, I’ve been a big fan of Catholic author and publisher Cheryl Dickow. I first discovered Cheryl through what remains one of my favorite works of Catholic fiction, her book Elizabeth: A Holy Land Pilgrimage. I’ve
We still buy the lie. Women are told that if they want to be successful in the world, they have to be more like men, or like a how-to-succeed-in-business stereotype. Aggressive, detached from commitments; and self serving.