Lindsay Schlegel shares how her experience with miscarriage taught her the value of practicing NFP for children not yet conceived.
Taking the four components of God’s love for us (free, total, faithful, fruitful) and comparing them to marital love, Ellen Gable Hrkach shows how we can discover how to live the sacrament of matrimony as a vocation.
In this installment of #TOBtalk, read how Theology of the Body helped Kaitlyn Mason put God at the center of her marriage.
Charisse Tierney shares in this installment of #TOBtalk how Theology of the Body has become a road map for her.
In this #TOBtalk installment, Elena LaVIctoire reflects on how she and her husband came to understand that NFP was only an option for them if they had strong reasons for avoiding or postponing a pregnancy; it wasn’t supposed to be a lifestyle choice!
We welcome new CatholicMom.com contributor Allison Brown, who shares her #TOBtalk as a Theology of the Body witness, observing, “if someone looked through the window of our house at the moment they would see a mess and a disaster zone! But what they don’t see is the joy in our hearts that God Himself has put there for us.”
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.
Tommy Tighe shares how reading an encyclical from 1968 led him from the cafeteria to the full banquet, and tosses out a challenge to everyone.
Dr. Elizabeth Cox, an OBGYN doctor, recently embraced Natural Family Planning into her practice and marriage and decided to stop prescribing artificial contraception or perform elective sterilizations. CatholicMom.com columnist Erika Marie brings us this story of hope, healing, and love.