In Yes, God!, Susie Lloyd chronicles the childhood and vocation stories of nine men and women religious, describing the details of their family which she believes brought each of them to say “yes” to God’s call to
What do you most love about being a Catholic mom? Let us know and we can help each other keep in mind all the awesome things unique to our vocation as the dreary late-fall weather sets in.
Ever wonder what it'd be like to have a son in seminary? Or is your son considering joining the seminary? Don't miss this interview with Kathi Klaas, wife, principal, and mom of a first-year seminarian.
Lisa Schmidt reflects on her husband's journey to the permanent diaconate and how she's feeling spiritually vulnerable since ordination.
Imagine Sisters, the two-year-old movement that has brought the beauty of authentic women’s religious life to over 35,000 followers and created the new vocation film Light of Love, is now planning for even bigger initiatives during what
Sarah Blake discusses why you should never stop discerning your vocation.
Meet Fr. Joshua Waltz and view his compelling vocations story.
Is someone you know experiencing marital trauma? Besides prayer, what is a good mindset for being a caring friend?
Have you ever had a moment where you didn't know what to say?
Sr. Margaret Kerry, fsp shares how faith is alive in Africa and is being done to support and nurture Catholics and Christians on the African continent.
Mary Wallace's incredible work day, outside her comfort zone taught her about the decision to love in the work place.
When God asks you to do something, He gives you what, or who, you need.
Honoring Mary in this month of May, Allison Gingras shares her Marian internet exploration. From Franciscans of the Immaculate, to a stop on Pinterest, to a discussion on fostering vocations, Allison stretches our idea of searching
Meet Msgr. Richard Soseman of the Diocese of Peoria -- you'll enjoy his "Reflections from Rome", his ponderings on the life of Venerable Fulton Sheen and his wisdom for Catholic families.
Julie Paavola discusses her call to work outside the home and how it blesses her family.