Browsing: Father’s Day
Working through the shifting cultural and economic realities in the developing world can be a challenge for fathers. This is especially true in places where, traditionally, a man’s self-esteem is tied to his ability to provide for his family. Learn more about Randy’s family, sponsored through Unbound.
Many fathers struggle under these conditions and their stress can manifest itself in harmful ways. Alcoholism, domestic abuse and family abandonment are serious problems in countries where poverty is rampant and unemployment is high.
That’s why it’s important to recognize fathers like Randy in the Philippines. He’s one of thousands of dads throughout the Unbound community who, out of love and commitment, have adapted to do what must be done to serve the needs of their families.
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Father’s Day Brunch, we have a buffet of articles from the past week.
In a special way today, we want to thank the fathers and father figures who regularly share their gifts with our readers. To all of you who are man enough to blog for CatholicMom.com, we salute you!
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week. You’ll need a BIG cup of coffee, because this buffet table is huge!
Roxane Salonen answers the question first posed by Elizabeth Scalia on Patheos regarding the draw of Catholicism, and ends up discovering something special about her own journey, just in time for Father’s Day.