“I grew up Catholic but haven’t always been sure what it means to live out my Catholic faith beyond Sunday.” If this sounds familiar, here’s a resource for you! Even if doesn’t sound familiar, here’s a terrific resource for you: a field guide for the daily acts of Catholic life.
During his homily at the closing Mass of the World Meeting of Families, Pope Francis spoke on the importance of sharing little gestures of love within the family. These little acts of love are vital to the heart of a parish family, too. Here are some examples of little gestures we can do within our parishes to welcome others and foster a culture of encounter. What ideas can you add?
We’re now a school car line family (yay!). Thanks to the movie Mr. Mom, Lisa’s making connections between car line rules and the Mass.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A deacon’s wife walks into her weekly Catholic moms group. She meets and greets with her fellow sisters in Christ; they enjoy coffee and conversation together and offer intercessory prayer for one another. 90 minutes later the gathering draws to an end and the leader says, “Let’s […]
I took to Facebook and asked for book recommendations for my 90-year-old iPad-using grandma. Here’s the response.
20 moms, 20 mysteries of the Rosary, 1 collective prayer intention: the vocation of motherhood.
I am a reviewer in the latest book club hosted over at CatholicMom.com. We’re reading The Accidental Marriage by Roger B. Thomas, which is published under the Ignatius Press Novels line. You need not have read the book to ponder some questions with me.
What a privilege it was to write a reflection for the My Sisters the Saints book club over at CatholicMom.com. The book, written by Colleen Carroll Campbell, has really touched, comforted, and challenged me. In fact, the night after I finished reading Chapter Two, the chapter I was assigned to write about, I couldn’t sleep. I toss and […]
Is it Hello, Facebook or Goodbye, Facebook? Where I wrestle with the good, bad, and ugly.
Ever been asked that question? I was. Once. And my response tanked. That question and the reaction it provoked in me actually played a role in a “rebirthing” experience of my own. There’s a back story, and I share more about it in my latest post for CatholicMom.com (find it by clicking here). And the […]