Welcome to the CatholicMom.com Sunday Brunch! We’re serving up a buffet of articles from the past week. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and settle in to enjoy some great reads.
Begin with a Prayer
As in the case of so many natural disasters, the Catholic Church was there first because the Catholic Church was therebefore disaster hit. Edward Hoyt details the response from Catholic Relief Services and shows how you can help.
Sometimes, when we see people in the news, we forget they are just that: people who are suffering and in need of consolation. Dawn Wright reminds us that beyond the media hype, there is a grieving mother who misses her son.
Stories of Motherhood
Nicole Johnson shares her connection with a birth mother readying herself to place her child for adoption and what she learned from her “simple” question. It was in that moment that this young woman, whose first impression was one of strength, perseverance and vitality, became suddenly transparent, vulnerable and willing to risk it all to get an answer.
Teach Your Children Well
Maureen Wittmann observes, “we are made in God’s image: God, who is the creator of the universe. That’s why we find enjoyment in creating. That is why we find joy in learning about the world He created for us.”
Summer is a time for relaxed schedules, fun activities and vacations. But we don’t want to take a break from our faith. Sarah Damm gives us seven ideas for keeping our faith alive and active this summer.
Lisa Hendey shares an intimate conversation with author Margaret Dvorak, who opens up on the topics of prayer challenges, her mother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s, living overseas and her new book Beloved: A Collection of Timeless Catholic Prayers.
Fresh produce from the garden is one of the simplest delights of summer. An edible landscape plan helps you have both flowers and food! Margaret Rose Realy shows you how to grow vegetables in your border beds as part of her Practical Gardening Series.
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