Here are ten links that will inspire your heart for the poor.
Editor’s note: Today, I’m happy to share the good news about a great blog resource, Guiding Young Saints. Blogger Melinda will be joining us soon as a CatholicMom.com contributor, but in the mean time please check out
Catholic, Etc. (www.catholicetc.com) is a free-to-use, online activities site aimed at Catholic youth. Featuring an interactive coloring book, jigsaw puzzles, crosswords, and streaming music, the site is a virtual “one-stop-shop” for interactive Catholic activities. “I created the
As we celebrate September, a month dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows, we observe three feasts this month that call us into a more devoted relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary. This month, we celebrate: September 8
Editor’s Note: Thanks to Tricia Hempel of RCL Benzinger for sharing the following press release regarding the launch of the new website BeMyDisciples.com. The website shares the stories of students, parents, catechists and church leaders who are
Editor’s Note: Today, I am extremely happy to share the following guest article by Scott Porter and Bryan Gesinger of The Veritas Project. Scott and Bryan are working to create an amazing resource for Catholic families. I
For those who tuned in to today’s episode of Heart, Mind and Strength Radio and are interested in the links we discussed, here are some of the resources mentioned in today’s show: Sarah Reinhard – SnoringScholar.com, FaithandFamilyLive.com
Editor’s Note: A special thanks to Chris Castagnoli of www.ourcatholicprayers.com for sharing the following guest post on his website. If you’re seeking a centralized resource for prayers, you’ll definitely want to check out www.ourcatholicprayers.com. Lisa The Our
While at the Catholic Writers Guild conference in August, I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Craig Glantz, the owner of a great web design and photography company called E-Glantz. Craig has created a business that is
I’m happy to pass along the following information from the website www.Christian.com - this is obviously not a specifically “Catholic” website, but they do provide some helpful resources so I’m happy to help spread the word about
A wonderful new website, FirstCommunionStories.com, has been started this week by our friend Ian of Aquinas and More. “This site was created so that Catholics could share fond memories and pictures of their First Communions with each
We are pleased to recommend the following Advent related links for your inspiration and information. Share your favorite Advent related link below or email Lisa@catholicmom.com to have your Advent link included here. Advent at the United States
Thanks to my great friend Zina for the heads up on a fabulous blog – Junk Mail Gems. They’ve got so many cute, creative ideas for things you can make for gifts and holiday decorations this year.