Nicole Ernest reviews a fantastic new book called Rosaries Aren’t (Just) For Teething, a compilation of Catholic women’s reflections on the mysteries of the Rosary. This book reminds readers that God is drawing us closer to Him through each and every messy and beautiful moment.
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.
Ignatius Press and Magnificat have teamed up to publish 3 new books for children, on the Mass, the saints and the Rosary.
Is the Rosary only for old ladies? Abbey Dupuy reviews a new picture book that hopes to promote a love of the Rosary for people of all ages, especially children.
Like it or not (and who would!), suffering is regular part of daily life. Will Duquette continues his reflections on the Rosary with the reminder us that the Carrying of the Cross is the mystery of suffering: we are privileged to join our sufferings to Christ’s and to carry His cross in carrying our own.
Convinced the Rosary was reserved for sweet old ladies and saints, Piper Scheck was surprised and delighted to find out the rich and amazing history behind the Rosary, as well as the promises the Blessed Mother makes to those who regularly pray it. Piper offers her book free on Kindle today through Sunday.
Monica McConkey reflects on the Apostles witnessing the Ascension of our Lord… and presents a couple NEW Catholic Resources to help us prepare for Pentecost!