One of the first things people used to say to us when we told them we wanted a large family was, “But how do you plan to pay forRead more »
Our family size has been the topic of many conversations. People are always asking us various questions, some with genuine interest,Read more »
For millions of women, fertility is inextricably linked to pain—painful menses, painful intercourse, and of course, painful childbirth.Read more »
I have a confession to make. Several, actually. At least once a week, I’m too tired to cook so I let my kids “forage” forRead more »
As Catholics, we all know the powerful spiritual nature of the Sacrament of Matrimony. In the Catechism we are taught:
1601 “TheRead more »
During my early years as a Catholic, I worked primarily in the natural family planning (NFP) ministry, as a teacher and eventually as aRead more »
Greg and Julie Alexander
Is your marriage in trouble? Is it healthy? Either way, I have a book to recommend: Marriage 911 by Greg and JulieRead more »
I’m so tired of hearing how the Church doesn’t respect women, how the Church oppresses women, how the Church doesn’t want women inRead more »
Cinderella story? Well, sort of… Love at first sight? Maybe. All I know is the first night I met my husband I was smitten. We talked forRead more »
Today’s Mass Readings, with a reflection below.
The marriage of Mary and Joseph.
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Lectionary:Read more »
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