Although Lent, with its intensity of new spiritual practices and sacrifices, is over for another year, Easter can carry on that same type of renewal in our faith walk. Tiffany Walsh discusses her new approach to spiritual refreshment in Easter season, and throughout the liturgical year.
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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.
Sister Margaret Kerry, fsp explains that the Assumption of Mary looks to eternity and gives us hope that we, too, will follow Our Lady when our life is ended.
Saint Joseph truly has a special place in the life of the Church and, thus, in our own lives as Catholics. May we constantly strive to follow his example of silent strength and unwavering obedience to our Heavenly Father.
Yes, Jesus gave us Mary to be our mother! But how do we cultivate a relationship with our mother Mary? What can we do to take her into our homes, like St. John did? Sarah Damm shares five simple ways to bring Mary into your heart, your home, and your family.
Easter begins (not ends) with Easter Sunday. The message brought by Easter can give your family practical ways to grow not only in spiritual life, but also in the ways you interact at work, with relationships, and as you pursue your business goals. Incorporate these top Easter tips for businesses to keep the Easter themes alive.