Browsing: Family Life
How would you like a slice of peace to go with your Thanksgiving meal? Heidi Bratton gives you the necessary ingredients for peace with this except from her new book, “Finding God’s Peace in Everyday Challenges” published by The Word Among Us Press.
Jane Korvemaker reflects on a recent encounter with a new mama and invites her and all other side-lining, sometimes-Mass-goers to come and risk being loved by a Church full of peculiar people, even when our children risk us all being exposed to the world for who we are: vulnerable. We are, all of us, vulnerable.
Jim Fellows has written a children’s book explains the adoption journey from a unique perspective. During the month of November, $1 from the sale of each copy of The Itty Bitty Soul will be donated to Gift of Adoption Network, which aids families with the financial burdens the adoption process can bring
Our Meatless Friday guest chef, cookbook author Laurie McNamara, shares her recipe for Tomato, Spinach, and Parmesan Baked Eggs.
Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet have launched a new ministry, Divine Mercy for Moms, that encourages families to engage in works of mercy. Here’s how you can share your testimony on the works of mercy and inspire other families!
Theresa Ceniccola wonders if it’s possible to be too kind? Or too generous? Too compassionate? Too hard working? Or too intelligent? Find out if you’ve also experienced too much of a good thing in your life.
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.
Jeff Young wonders why this dish is named “Barbecued Shrimp” since no barbecue is involved–but he assures us that it’s delicious regardless of its name! Bon appetit!