Courtesy of American Martyrs Catholic Community, Manhattan Beach, CA. Used with permission. All rights reserved. In the month of July there are a lot of observances associated with family that are both secular and sacred. From Cousins Day to Uncles and Aunts Day on the secular side to the sacred feast of Sts. Anne and…
There are so many times I wanted to stop and say the same thing to young families sitting in front of us at church! This blog is a great stop and think moment! It is up to us to encourage families through their spiritual journey.
To the young family who sat in front of us at Sunday Mass, this is for you. You made me smile as I was reminded of what Mass with young children is all about. How old are your three beautiful children: six, three, two? Yes, you do have your hands full. You arrived promptly and…
I have discussed with many families the issue of anger. This book has great reviews and taking any of the steps can only improve a persons outlook and turn their angry ways around. This is one for the bookshelf and it’s in ebook too.
“Father Morrow presents a practical solution to a common problem. This book can make the world a much better place.”
I love the concept of this article. It would be a great children’s book! If we carried this image with us each day, think how it would change our world. Each day we can put Jesus right there as we make our daily decisions. Yes, he is already right here and we can ponder “What would Jesus think” just like the motto several years ago “What would Jesus do”. Thinking about his reaction to today and our lives only brings him closer and deeper into our heart and soul. Enjoy this read.
My husband and I were just discussing transubstantiation and how do you explain it to non-Catholics in this time of new evangelization. This blog has an excellent explanation with church doctrine to guide you.
“Christ Institutes the Eucharist” by Lawrence OP (Detail from a mosaic in St Salvators Chapel in St Andrews), 2013, via Flickr, CC by NC-ND 2.0. All rights reserved. Readings for June 7: Corpus Christi The Catholic Church teaches the doctrine of transubstantiation, namely, that in the Eucharist, the communion wafer and the altar…
Some of this article was hard to hear, yet very true. As parents we think we are on track, but we are missing the boat.