When music is more than music, a reflection by Michelle Dawn Jones.
Disney’s Magic Kingdom is high on the list of sought after vacation sites by many young families. Nancy Ward gives us a way to use the Disney frenzy to understand the gifts of our baptism.
Tongues (as in, not connected to mouths) of FIRE rested upon them! Can you say, "fear of the Lord"? What is your spiritual gift and how do you use it for the common good?
These parents raised saints. We can learn from them how to help our children grow in love of God and His Will.
What to do with the gifts of the Holy Spirit from Pentecost? Mother Teresa has some ideas for us.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection on Sunday’s gospel.
Editor’s Note: Today we’re excited to welcome Jen Haganey to our Tech Talk team of writers! Today is blustery. My windows are open. A strong breeze whips my curtains about and the wind is rustling in the
On a recent Sunday as I was waiting to meet a friend for coffee, I rummaged through a stack of magazines in the coffeehouse. One cover caught my eye—with a fascinating photo of the sun with molten
Editor’s Note: Today, we welcome my friend Kelly Wahlquist as our newest contributor here at CatholicMom.com. Kelly is an amazing voice for the New Evangelization, as you’ll see from her rich and varied biography below. She is
Today is Pentecost, the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples. For the last ten days, my parish (St. Luke the Evangelist in Westboro, MA) has been praying the nine-day novena to the Holy Spirit. In
Editor’s Note: In conjunction with our friends at Peter and Paul Ministries, we’re planning to be a part of the “Great 2012 Pentecostal Mass Check In“. This is such a terrific way to use the great technology
Scripture: Lectionary # 54. Acts 2:1-11. Psalm 104:1.24.29-30.31.34. I Cor. 12:3-7,12-13. John 20:19-23 Sunday’s Readings Today, Pentecost Sunday, is associated with Coming of the Holy Spirit, and the beginning of the Church. In our texts we have
Editor’s Note: Today, we are pleased to welcome Diane Schwind as our newest CatholicMom.com contributor. Diane and her husband Robert, parents of four young adult children, serve others through their Balanced Family Ministries apostolate. Please join me in welcoming