Browsing: Family Life
Ebeth continues her story of her “girl in the war”: she is a good girl and she loves her family, deep down. She has been the last and the left one. Lonely and forgotten in all her siblings’ excitement, her only recourse was to start up some excitement of her own…with the help of the wrong crowd.
The Catholic Foodie’s recipe for a Louisiana favorite: Shrimp and Okra Gumbo. Whether you use frozen shrimp or fresh, Jeff Young assures us that this Shrimp and Okra Gumbo recipe will make you the envy of your family and friends. It makes for a wonderful family meal at home. Make a full pot and you’ll have plenty to invite your friends and neighbors.
What small successes are you celebrating this week? Join the fun and get some encouragement, too! Sherry Antonetti hosts this fun weekly feature.
Abbey Dupuy, who spent her summer handwashing dishes when her dishwasher quit working, decides to go against her nature and look at the bright side.
If by chance you have a child who depending on the day, isn’t that excited to get dressed and wants to stay in their pajamas at home, maybe you can relate to Courtney Vallejo’s situation. How do you gently encourage your children to engage in Mass when they’d rather be doing anything else but that?
As her relationship with her mother has shifted over the years, Rakhi McCormick admits that she has not handled the transitions with grace. Here she shares her struggles and five Saints who are helping her to embrace the new dynamics of an adult relationship with her mother.