Edibles and clothing, décor and transport – we touch the world as we traverse through our days. Marianna Bartholomew asks, wouldn’t it be great to allow this gratitude to also stir in us a sense of responsibility — one that transcends any sense of entitlement to these goods?
Erika Marie and Allison Gingras welcome our guests and CatholicMom.com contributor Deanna Bartalini. Deanna shares ideas for how to live the liturgical year in our homes and with our families as well as giving a basic overview of what the liturgical year is.
In times of struggle, Rakhi McCormick has found that she needlessly wanders aimlessly through the desert. Here she shares what helps to bring her back into focus, and how she hopes to help her children prepare for trials as well.
Sarah Reinhard shares 3 good books for Lent that you can tuck in your purse or pocket or diaper bag or even just put beside the computer for when you force yourself to pause for prayer each day. They’re also books that will lead you closer to Christ, and isn’t that just what Lent is about?
Sharon Wilson reveals, “I needed to explore the stations more deeply and see how God could make them personal for me. And that’s exactly what He did last year.” Find out how this led her to publish a beautiful Stations of the Cross meditation.