She says: I’d love to help but it’s too much
How does social media shape how I view myself, others and God?
This month we walk through the fruits of the Holy Spirit as we focus on living the fruits of gentleness, kindness, generosity and self-control.
Bringing Christ to your workplace, family and community is never simply a matter of sharing doctrine.
Let’s dive in to three more fruits of the Holy Spirit and ponder the fruits of faithfulness, peace and patience.
Although everyone may have a different view on the state of the job market, for many, it’s not easy to find that perfect job.
The deeper level of her underlying relationship with God is where you should focus your efforts, not at the mere surface level.
Someone once said, you are not a human doing, you are a human being. In the midst of your daily busy-ness, do you have time and space to stop and “be”?
“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.” (Gal 5:22-23)
Do you ever feel like your emotions just get in the way?
Every year, my kids’ grade school hosts a Mother’s Day Mass followed by a tea party.
While I waited for Confirmation Mass to begin, I reflected on my journey that culminated in that moment.
Good communication is key to a successful relationship and communicating poorly can lead to chaos.
Mientras esperaba que comenzara la Misa de Confirmación, reflexioné sobre mi camino.
God calls us to remember who and what we truly are.
Nurturing loving communication skills is important to any marriage, even if it’s doing OK.
The Easter season is a perfect time to revisit how we can prioritize faith in the life of our family.
By exchanging marital vows, a couple creates an unbreakable, lifelong bond.
As Christians, we can ask ourselves a deeper question that bests even the best “pros and cons” list.
She says: It’s not like we have a ton of other friends.
I love all breakfast foods and quiche is among my favorite.
The season of Lent is the perfect time to check our balance and our priorities as Catholic families.
The notion that “opposites attract” is a paradox.