Sometimes God uses real life situations to drive home the Gospel message and sometimes he even teaches in the airport!
We welcome guest columnist Barbara Mahany, whose book Slowing Time: Seeing the Sacred Outside Your Kitchen Door features prayers, blessings and recipes all wrapped up in poetry.
Today we welcome Paul Matenaer, who was on the Drew Mariani show on Wednesday this week discussing the proposals for streamlining the marriage nullity process. Paul is sharing his thoughts with us based on the notes he
Bored with basic baked ziti? Try Barbara Stein's twist on a filling family favorite!
The story of how one mom is learning true devotion to Mary from her one-year-old.
The greatest blessing of homeschooling can also be the biggest cross - spending most every moment of every day with my children.
Kelly shares some homeschooling memories that she hopes will make you smile, and reminisce.
“No,” I said, “I don’t have anything.” It was the truth. I had nothing more for them anymore. I knew I could not follow my Catholic faith and still write for them.
This week, enjoy Oregano Chicken and Alfredo Potatoes from Dine Without Whine.
This week we're discussing Chapter 7: Do What You Are Doing and Chapter 8: Devilish Details from Momnipotent: The Not-So-Perfect Woman's Guide to Catholic Motherhood. From multitasking to envy, there's sure to be some food for thought
“A hand large and mighty enough to stretch out the sky is large and mighty enough to comfortably hold my little home in its palm.”
Help your children make good choices more often by setting consistent guidelines for technology use.
Try a traditional Brazilian dish for your next Meatless Friday meal!
Celebrate Oktoberfest with homemade pretzels dipped in beer cheese!
I thought I'd share a few of these before and after shots with you just to show you the transformation in these before and after recipe photos as I've been replacing them.
I thought that I knew how to handle a miscarriage, emotionally and spiritually. I thought I had done everything right by this little one who died before birth. I was mistaken.