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Prayer: Not Meaningless, Life Changing

I’ve noticed in the last few years that when a tragic event happens there are often cries of “don’t pray!” As if prayer is a meaningless,Read more »

Real Men

I love men. I love real men—men of chivalry and honor, men who are enabled to embrace their masculinity. In a very sad way, we have aRead more »

Keeping Up

Keeping Up – Balancing Material Wants versus Spiritual Needs

The neighbors bought a new car, installed a new pool, got a promotion, a new job… Our friend’s child earned higher grades, got aRead more »

Code of Conduct

Our second son joined the Alaska Air National Guard and flew away to Texas for basic training last month. Before he left, he presented meRead more »

Diary of a Homeschool Mum Part 2

Back in March I introduced the beginning of a new series I am writing for Catholic Sistas – Diary of a Homeschool Mum and todayRead more »

The Really Bad Day

From the very cheeriest of Catholic women to the most depressed, we’ve all had at least one Really Bad Day. Not just a bad day. A ReallyRead more »

DIY Sacred Heart Pocket Shrine

Oh how I have been wanting to make a pocket shrine for a LONG TIME now.  And I have been putting it off because of the supplies thatRead more »

Stress Free Vacation at Home, or As It’s More Commonly Known, a Staycation!

This month with summer full on for most readers, many of us are wondering about what to do for a vacation. Planning is the key here. As isRead more »

Decorating a Catholic Home

As the domestic extension of the church we as homemakers have an obligation to keep the faith alive in our homes.  Ever since theRead more »

Memorial Day: In Honor of Their Sacrifice

“Greater love has no one than this; that one lay down his life for his friends.” John 15:13 Today on Memorial Day we remember thoseRead more »

Joan of Arc Puppet Show

When it comes to saints, Joan of Arc is high on my list of favorites. There are so many things about her that I admire. She was open toRead more »

The Real War on Women: ISIS’s Slaves

The Catholic Church teaches us that the highest expression of love is self-gift.  This teaching flows from Christ’s gift of himselfRead more »

May: The Month of Mary, Mother of God

In April, we looked at the devotion to the Holy Eucharist and Holy Spirit. This month, the Church asks us to turn towards Mary, Mother ofRead more »

The Four Keys to Everlasting Love: A Book Review

Can your marriage be better? Are you looking for something you can read and discuss with your spouse? Are you looking for something to helpRead more »

Viral Photos Change the Sacred to the Profane

A perfect example of how we’re now more focused on documenting our lives than living them. (Photo by John Blanding of The BostonRead more »