Spring may be the time we do our cleaning, but this late time in August is when we start to pack in our memories and gear up for another school year. What can we learn from taking
Tweenhood: Is your daughter caught in that awkward stage between girlhood and teendom?
In life and in death, a mother’s blessings save a daughter’s life. Read Dr. Mary Amore's inspiring story
Are you a daughter of Eve or a daughter of Mary? Join Lori in this conversation she explores the implications of original sin and what that means to our everyday lives.
When questioned about what to tell her girls about working and motherhood at the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference, Dr. Mary Wallace ponders her answer. Was it enough? What would I tell the girls about the
Modesty is a fruit of the Holy Spirit, an outward sign of God working within us. As with other fruits like patience and charity, modesty is manifested in what we do — in our works, the actions
Author’s note: I wrote this post before the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. It has taken on a new sentimental significance since then. As she grows up, my firstborn is hitting her milestones at lightning speed. And
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds; and to the one