Teens and Youth Archive
Charisse Tierney seeks answers to this question through the wisdom of the Theology of the Body.
Meet J.M. Varner, who finds time in his busy schedule as a teacher to pen novels with an important message for teens regarding digital citizenship.
I have a bit of a “thing” for prayer books, it’s true. For one thing, they make great gifts. For another, they help if you’re stuck in a corner with your prayer life (which, ahem, I may
I have to hand it to the folks at Pauline Books and Media: they continue to delight me with the products they send me. When I see the brown envelope in my mailbox, addressed so politely to
This topic came to me by way of my inbox, where I found a request that sent me to social media in a hurry. A homeschooling mom of boys wrote me, asking for book recommendations for her
My first exposure to Mark Hart was when our youth ministry and director of religious education (who I’ll just call “Kelly” for short) started talking about him a few years ago. I first saw Mark Hart in
Editor’s Note: Today, we welcome a guest article from Marisa Pereira, founder of the Michaela-Noel clothing brand. I hope you will check out her wonderful website at www.Michaela-Noel.com. Modesty — Our Role as Parents Several weeks ago
Internet, cell phones, TV, and movies all have their definite advantages. However the potential for harm multiplies exponentially when put in the hands of unsupervised youngsters. Although, we Catholic parents did have choices. Just as we preached
I love everything about Advent. I love the preparations. I love the colors. I love the devotions and traditions. And, most of all, I love the waiting, the pondering, the plea to Our Dear Lord to “prepare
Today, I’m pleased to share a video of a wonderful recent presentation by my friend Brandon Vogt, author of the amazing book The Church and New Media. This video was taken at a recent presentation Brandon gave
Lady Gaga is known for her penchant for appearing bizarre both in costume and in music video’s. This past week Lady Gaga showed up at the Grammy’s in an egg. Yup, an egg. When her publicist was
In high school, I ran cross-country—the only girl on the boys’ cross-country team. Running made me happy and I was good it. But with no girls’ team at my high school, I churned up the hills with