Dave Rizzo, the father of 4 teens and young adults, reviews Dr. Gregory Popcak’s book for dads, “BeDADitudes.”
- Catholic Medical Mission Board Opens First Field Hospital in Côtes-de-Fer, Haiti
- STYLE Savvy: When Life Runs You Over
- A heart of gratitude after a life of struggle
- BeDADitudes, 8 Ways To Be An Awesome Dad Provides Clear Writing And Wise Counsel For Men
- Free engaging video experience empowers today’s family to be, do, and have more
- A Saint's Life and the Shroud of Turin: 2 Recently-Released DVDs from Ignatius Press
- As the Lord Reminds Me
- Daily Gospel Reflection for March 22, 2017
- Beauty and the Beast: Should you take the kids or watch the DVD?
- It's Okay to Succeed at Lent
- Technology Use and Family Life: Getting the Answers You Need
- How To Create (And Maintain) Flow And Abundance In Your Life And Biz
- On a Need-to-Know Basis: Three Things Divorced Catholics Need to Know
- 40 Bags for 40 Days? Are You Kidding Me? A New Approach to Clutter
- Painting my Way to Freedom
Browsing: Book Notes
Guest author Lisa Duffy reviews “The Three Things Divorced Catholics Need To Know,” a new book by CatholicMom.com contributor Mary Lou Rosien.
Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews “All In,” a new book by Pat Gohn the challenges readers to stay faithfully connected to the Church despite disillusionment.
Jean Egolf reflects on the impetus behind her Molly McBride series of picture books for children that foster religious vocations.
Leslea Wahl never planned on writing books. Find out how she became an author of Catholic novels for teens.
Lisa Hendey shares an open and heartwarming conversation with Nancy Jo Sullivan on the launch of her new book Couriers of Grace. Nancy shares how parenting a child who had Down Syndrome drew her closer to her Catholic faith and the sacraments.
Lisa Hendey shares her interview with “Fire of Love” author and Catholic speaker Cassandra Poppe. Learn how this courageous mom’s faith journey led from trial to triumph.
Author Piper Scheck offers her ebook on the Rosary free through Sunday, March 5. Commit to praying the Rosary this Lent!