Ignatius Press, one of the largest religious publishers in the world, is publishing four books in the fall that will address issues of the upcoming synod.
Tanya Weitzel reviews the next chapter in Elizabeth Thatcher's journey, "When Calls the Heart: Second Chances."
This week, enjoy Autumn Beans and Sausage and Peach Dream Cobbler from Dine Without Whine.
This week we're discussing Chapter 4: Perfect, Schmerfect and Chapter 5: Mothering and Smothering from Momnipotent: The Not-So-Perfect Woman's Guide to Catholic Motherhood. What ties these two chapters together? Barb Szyszkiewicz says it's trust. Jump in and
The chaos of life with small children can drive a mom over the edge. Trish Bolster reflects on how mom friends, prayer, and even some facts from science can help.
Warm up on a chilly fall evening with this delicious hot sandwich and a side of tomato soup.
Bringing in the last of the tomatoes? Try this Southern favorite!
Jeannie Ewing confesses that she only cleans her house every three months...and that doesn't make her a bad mom, even though sometimes she feels differently.
Meal planning tips from a professional chef turned stay-at-home mom.
Don't worry if prayer at home doesn't mimic heaven, because while the family is the most important prayer group, it is also the most difficult of all.
Catholic Baptism preparation essentials you can do before the birth and to prepare for the Sacrament itself.
Colleen reflects on the ups and downs of thirty-five years of marriage.
Tanya Weitzel reviews Hero, a new family film about fatherhood and baseball.
Is it true that instead of making resolutions, women should resolve to be content? What does that mean to our roles as wives, mothers and women of faith?
This week, enjoy Ham and Scalloped Potatoes and Frosted Fruit Salad from Dine Without Whine.