Michele Faehnle received a new perspective on aging from Lisa Mladinich’s presentation in the “Relationships” series: the signs of aging are part of God’s plan.
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Parenting young adults requires the same virtues you need to parent young children–but applied differently. Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews Susan Vogt’s presentation in Catholic Conference 4 Women’s “Relationships” series.
Ginny Kochis shares her impressions of Kate Wicker’s presentation on seeing your body as an instrument for God, part of the Relationships video series from Catholic Conference 4 Women.
Gina Felter reviews “Your Relationship with Technology: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly” in Tami Kiser’s “Relationships” video series for women.
Allison Gingras reviews a presentation on prayer: “The Ceaseless Act of Love” as part of the Relationships series from Catholic Conference 4 Women.
Chantal Howard offers her thoughts on a presentation on marriage by Tami and Keith Kiser in the “Relationships” video series.
Tami Kiser urges readers to forge real relationships with other women in their parishes and communities.
Flávia Ghelardi writes from Brazil in English and Portuguese. Today she discusses four ways to keep your marriage happy.
Nancy Ward recalls a holy moment when God’s mercy flowed through her to her sister, surprising both of them.