A review of Antony Barone Kolenc's trilogy of adolescent historical fiction. Check it out if you need a Christmas gift for adventure-loving tweens!
Megan Swaim reflections on coming season and holidays, the frustrations and disappointments we sometimes feel, and how we can make some time for ourselves even while we're making things magical for everyone else.
What makes one person a saint and another a sinner?
I wonder this because of my sinfulness.
Because sometimes the weight of my sin overwhelms me.
In any race, you need to acknowledge your accomplishments along the way. As a mompreneur you have “marks” daily that are worth celebrating.
If Lisa is gong to be patron saint of mommy bloggers and Sarah of coffee beans farmers, of what could I be the patron saint? Of whom will you be the patron saint?
When I come to the Proclamation of the Kingdom, I always imagine Christ and His disciples trudging down a dusty road in Galilee in the hot sun, en route from one town to another. Certainly He
Sometimes we see the moral teaching of the Church as rigid or constricting. But God's laws, articulated by the living voice of the Church, exist for our protection and happiness.
We are not the sum of our weaknesses and failures, we are the sum of the Father's love for us and our real capacity to become the image of his Son Jesus.
Often mothers wonder if they are doing enough. Today, Sarah Damm shares how God gave her a moment of grace to believe that her work as a mom is important and is enough.
Gentlemen aren't just found in Jane Austen novels.
Every single encounter is an opportunity to live the Gospel. So, how are you doing with that?
Do you ever feel like certain things "just kinda happen"? Sarah Blake shares her own experience with the concepts of freedom and responsibility.
Pat Gohn, cancer survivor, celebrates womanhood by exploring a woman’s dignity, gifts and mission in her inherent beauty, blessedness and bodaciousness.
Here's a litany prayer... what I am, and what I am not.
"Everything that rises must converge." --Pierre Teilhard de Chardin