Here's a litany prayer... what I am, and what I am not.
"Everything that rises must converge." --Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
St. Anne and St. Joachim helped me to find peace and joy in placing God's will over my own.
The “secrets” of happiness often come in small and simple acts and attitudes like respect, generosity and even leisure.
Gina Felter shares her latest gadget find and how she repurposed her legacy device for use in her ongoing ministry efforts.
Being a perfect supermom is overrated and impossible. Being yourself as a mother blesses you and your family. I am proud that I am NOT a supermom. Here are some funny reasons why I enjoy missing the
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares a store from Mo Bergman, who describes her son's health challenges and God's grace in her life.
Motherhood – like faith – is a series of little moments that seem meaningless … but are really anything but.
What better path to happiness, than to turn your desire to the gifts that God has already given?
Family reunions: dreaded, dreadful or heartwarming and life-affirming? As the Church prepares for an October synod on the Family, Jay reflects on his own family reunion and the complexities of today's family life as they gather around
Stephanie Gulya shares a special prayer and words of encouragement for new mothers.
Hectic schedules and busy lives can make it hard to keep track of things…including our focus on the Father.
Colleen Mitchell shares a simple five step plan for helping your kids do a little good this summer.
What happens when we stop fighting the hooks in our heart, and connect them to the heart of Jesus instead?
Our newest contributor Sarah Blake shares why Catholicism is fundamentally counter-cultural and how to embrace it.