Charisse Tierney shares why she wants more for her boys than restricting them to always taking “custody of the eyes.”
Courtney Vallejo talks about life as a new homeschooling mom. Apparently history lessons can included a trip to the World’s largest Military Aviation Museum to see a B12 Stealth Bomber and Science lessons can include a trip to a Children’s Museum to see actual dinosaur bones.
Good children’s stories can fill their minds with lessons of faith. Tami Kiser explains how “Pete the Cat” books not only offer valuable lessons for children, but also for moms who need constant reminders of God’s loving care and providence.
Emily Jaminet shares how she learned that we need Christ to strengthen us to embrace our vocation and find peace through the words, “Jesus, I trust in You.”
What is the true Catholic faith? Ellen Mongan asked God one day. The answer was clear and concise, and it resonated truth to her soul. “Follow the Saints,” He said. “They knew the true faith.” This spiritual barometer has helped her to discern as she navigates her way heavenward.
Meg Matenaer is surprised by St. Zelie Martin’s simple but counter-cultural parenting advice for how to help a child overcome a bad mood in “A Call to a Deeper Love.”
Marc Cardaronella discusses 4 ways, drawn from a sociological study, parents prove essential and irreplaceable in keeping kids Catholic.
Author and blogger Becky Thompson confides, “since I’ve become a mom, I have learned that the act of caring for my husband and my children is perhaps the most selfless thing that I have been called to do. It requires so much sacrifice.”