We hear it over and over again - if you want your child to be good at something you need to train them young in order to give them their best chance at succeeding. This is true for academics, sports, the arts, and just about anything, including character and faith. Our primary responsibility as parents … Continue reading Practical Habits that Form Character and Faith: Welcome Difficulty and Make it Count
Hey blog family! I know you haven’t heard from me in a while! But in a way that’s a good thing because I’m sure you don’t want me to bombard you with emails anyway! And it just means I’ve been busy with the family which is always a good thing 😊 I had to share … Continue reading This is it. If you know THIS about marriage, everything falls into place
Dear friends! In case you have not heard, Jim Caviezel who played Jesus in the movie "Passion of the Christ" is starring as Luke in the upcoming movie, "Paul, Apostle of Christ". I'm excited to see this movie because I'm a big fan of Jim Caviezel and after watching this discussion with Jim Caviezel, Scott … Continue reading The Movie You Don’t Want To Miss! Paul, Apostle of Christ
Hello there, everyone! I hope you all are having an amazing Lent this year. I hope as you are focusing on your relationship with Christ and working on detachment, you are feeling closer to our Lord in a special way. This Lent, I gave up all social media. No Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest and … Continue reading Lent and a Great Talk
If you are looking to get fed spiritually/intellectually and you are into podcasts (or want to be since it’s great when multitasking), check out this awesome list that “By Love Refined” put together. Many of these are my favorites as well and have helped me so much in growing in knowledge of my faith and finding support in all things Catholic. Be sure to follow Lauren at By love Refined if you are not already! Her content is so insightful especially when it comes to marriage and family 😊
A couple others I would add to this list is the Patrick Madrid Show and Lisa Cotter’s podcast, madetomagnify.com
I hope you find these helpful!
I’ve been into podcasts for a couple of years now. My obsession started a ways back when I discovered that I could listen to Father Mike Schmitz on my old android through his website. I always loved his youtube videos, and finding out I had access to his homilies directly on my phone was a dream come true. Then, when I got an iphone a couple of years ago, the podcasting world widened for me because the app on the iphone is insanely easy to use.
I’m not sure who will benefit from this post, because the Catholic podcasts I love are fairly popular already. I’m writing this for those of you who’ve never heard of these people, haven’t gotten your feet wet in the world of podcasting, and for those of you who are looking for a new way to be fed spiritually!
I find that listening to…
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Hi everyone! I know it's been a long time since I've written! Life has been super busy for me lately so I've had to put blogging on the back burner for a while! There is so much I want to write about and eventually as time permits I hope to get to it all! For … Continue reading Read This Before Going Trick Or Treating!
For those of you who are just tuning in, we are discussing practical habits we can instill in our kids to help form their character. You can read about tip # 1 here Briefly, I’m a mom of 5 under the age of 10 and I definitely don’t have it all figured out and I … Continue reading Practical Habits That Form Character And Faith: Treasure Box In Heaven
This month was amazing! We welcomed our FIFTH unique and unrepeatable little baby into the world. Our baby girl made her appearance on September 24th and is loving all the attention she is getting from her 3 big brothers and big sister. As with all my other babies, newborn bliss is in the air and … Continue reading Newborn Bliss Explained. 4 Tips To Have A Heavenly Postpartum Experience.
One of the hardest concepts to wrap our minds around when it comes to Catholic theology, is the teaching on the real presence. According to Catholic researcher Mark Gray, "Fewer than two-thirds of Catholics believe that the bread and wine used for communion really become the body and blood of Jesus. Only 46% of Catholics … Continue reading If Only We Really Understood What Actually Happens at Mass (video link in post )
It was during the time when my husband and I were rediscovering our faith when I came across this prayer in a Catholic newspaper. I remember us wanting to pray together (just us, without the kids) and trying to figure out what works best for us. What time in the day? What prayers? How long? … Continue reading The Prayer that got us Praying