Would you like Facebook to help you grow closer to God this year? Find out how you can join the St. Teresa Online Book Club on Facebook as we begin reading the latest and greatest CatholicMom.com book – The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections, edited by Lisa Hendey and Sarah Reinhard.
Lisa Hendey shares thoughts on ways to leave a digital legacy and to digitally remember and pray for the souls who have gone before us.
In a news cycle in search of a heart-warming story, the Dominican Sisters of Mary take center-stage with the news of reaching one-million likes on the prominent social media platform Facebook.
Looking for a way to strengthen your marriage but don’t have a lot of time? We’ve got the answer for you! Michele Faehnle shares about the new online book club featuring Catholicmom.com contributor Karee Santos’ The Four Keys to Everlasting Love. Join us!
Our Question of the Week: Would you “friend” your parish priest on Facebook?
Karee Santos and Amanda Torres invite you to enjoy some faith-filled summer fun with their Facebook-based online book club featuring Divine Mercy for Moms, by CatholicMom authors Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet.
Allison Gingras shares some of the simple ways she keeps track of the articles, posts and pictures found on social media along with tips on how to use built-in features of Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook to save, store and relocate things that interest you.
Does your use of Facebook or other social media cause you depression or envy? Lisa Hendey shares her thoughts on emotionally and spiritually use of social media.
How do the modern, on-the-go, child chasing, Twitter hash-tagging, and yes, even old-school wall calendar adherent couples work together to set up creative and fun dates that end up on the calendar, get planned, and that they can be committed to? Turns out Chris Weitzel has an answer that involves technology!