After a the death of a loved one, divorce, or even empty nest syndrome, there are ways to make the holidays bearable and even pleasant. Here are some things that have worked for me in the
In Yes, God!, Susie Lloyd chronicles the childhood and vocation stories of nine men and women religious, describing the details of their family which she believes brought each of them to say “yes” to God’s call to
Join with me to pray God fills that baby's surgery room on Nov. 19 for 10 hours with the light of heaven, filling every corner with His angels and that He guides the hands of the surgeons.
Chris discusses OvuView, a slick little NFP app for Android devices.
Here's a letter of encouragement to every mom who's ever felt overwhelmed and discouraged.
This week, enjoy Apple Juice Pork Chops and Apple Stuffed Acorn Squash from Dine Without Whine.
At times God dabs the brush of history into the dazzling colors of the extraordinary, but the familiar hues of the everyday are on His palette, too.
Looking for a quick, frugal, meatless meal that qualifies as comfort food? Guest columnist Margaret Mary Myers shares a favorite from her family cookbook.
A simple yet rich Alfredo sauce tops broccoli, pasta and (if you like) tuna. Try this easy Meatless Friday casserole!
From the mouth of a babe straight from the heart of God.
Yes, you read that headline correctly. This post is about how to evangelize our infant children. It sounds kind of ridiculous doesn’t it? That’s because most of us have developed a limited understanding of what evangelizing really
Addictions are those habits and behaviors which are not good for us, in part, because they crowd out something much better. Sadly, when addicted we accept a lie for the truth.
Sometimes, the To-Do list needs to be overshadowed by a To-Be list. Theresa Ceniccola shares more.
In any race, you need to acknowledge your accomplishments along the way. As a mompreneur you have “marks” daily that are worth celebrating.
This week, enjoy Crab and Pasta Primavera from Dine Without Whine.