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Summer Boredom Busters

Summer Boredom Busters

by: Maurisa MayerleI have a love/hate relationship with summer break. I love having freedom from planning and writing weekly lesson plansRead more »

Thirteen Years of {Catholic} Homeschooling ~ Thirteen Simply Great Ideas

13 Years of {Catholic} Homeschooling ~ 13 Simply Great Ideas

My firstborn graduated from a high school course of study accepted by the state of Alaska and is now attending college (paid for byRead more »

Friday Abstinence All Year Round?

Friday Abstinence All Year Round?

Did you know Catholics in this country are still encouraged to forgo meat on Fridays, not just during Lent, but throughout the year? TheRead more »

Sanctifying the Ordinary

Sanctifying the Ordinary

I have been changing diapers for the last 14 years of my life- a task that I first approached with a mix of apprehension and excitement asRead more »

Refrigerator Catechism: Saint Teresa Magnets

Refrigerator Catechism {Saint Teresa Magnets}

Saint Teresa!  Can you believe it’s official?!?!!!  Even before I was Catholic I admired the person that Mother Teresa wasRead more »

Holy Budgeting_ Practicing Detachment and Stewardship in a World Filled with Money

Holy Budgeting: Practicing Detachment and Stewardship in a World Filled with Money

Money, more specifically budgeting, is one of those topics that everyone urges you to sort out before you get married. Make sure you areRead more »

Love As Christ Loved (Part 3): Recognizing Honor, Dignity, and Beauty of Children

by: Anni HarryIn Matthew 19:14, Christ made it abundantly clear His love extends even to the littlest of us, by instructing His disciples,Read more »

A Fork in the Catholic Homeschool Road

A Fork in the Catholic Homeschool Road

by: Martina KreitzerSo, imagine my surprise on the heels of seven years of homeschooling last year when I seemingly made a hasty decisionRead more »

Love As Christ Loved (Part 1): Recognizing Our Own Love, Light, and Goodness

Love As Christ Loved (Part 1): Recognizing Our Own Love, Light, and Goodness

God is Love. God is Light. God is Goodness. God’s arch-enemy, is determined to destroy all of God’s Creation – determined toRead more »

Roasted Acorn Squash with Cranberry Rice Medley

by: Celeste BowenA food that I’m really fond of using is squash because it’s so versatile. You can use so many differentRead more »

Coupon Codes and Gift Ideas to Rock Your Little One's Easter Basket in 2018

Coupon Codes and Gift Ideas to Rock Your Little One’s Easter Basket in 2018

Have you planned out Easter baskets for your kiddos yet? Or are you like me and it hasn’t even crossed your mind –Read more »

My Liturgical Suitcase

My Liturgical Suitcase: The Penitential Psalms

I never felt a weight associated with the liturgical seasons until I had children. From the moment I held my eldest son, I knew I had theRead more »

Meatless Meals That Will Make You Drool in 2018

by: Celeste BowenHow’s it going so far? A few of my friends swear by McDonald’s Fillet of Fish for Fridays in Lent. Who am IRead more »

Fast and Easy Front Door Wreath for Lent

Fast and Easy Front Door Wreath for Lent

by: Janalin HoodI decided that this year I want to not only decorate our home for the liturgical year but that I also want to promote ourRead more »

On Being a Good Friend

On Being a Good Friend

by: Deirdre CooperI have been abundantly blessed by a wonderful friend in my city, and in my gratefulness for her and all she has done forRead more »