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YourOfficial2019ProLifeResourcestoMarchto

Your Official 2019 Pro-Life Resources To March To

by: Martina KreitzerThis year is no different in that regard, but we also want to include a short primer on the best pro-life resourcesRead more »

2019GuidetoAllThingsEpiphany

The 2019 Guide to All Things Epiphany

The Epiphany falls ON Sunday this year, and if you are a Novus Ordo Mass goer, you know that this feast day typically is celebratedRead more »

TheDamagingEffectsofMakingExcuses

The Damaging Effects of Making Excuses

by: Martina KreitzerWas it coincidental that it came about when I decided to pray a 54 day novena to St. Joseph? Was it that God knew myRead more »

A Catholic Sistas Review:Stay Connected

REVIEW: Stay Connected – Journals for Catholic Women

by: Martina Kreitzerthe day I received this book, I grabbed my water bottle, my snack, my unopened mail packages, and a notepad and pen.Read more »

DotheThingYouHatefortheHolySoulsinPurgatory

Do the Thing You Hate for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

by: Martina KreitzerLike, if you EVER – and I mean E-VAH – saw me doing this, you should probably look for the four horsemenRead more »

The Official Catholic Sistas 2018 Christmas Gift Guide & Giveaway!

by: Martina KreitzerYou’ve joined the Christmas Shopping Challenge in order to enjoy a more peace-filled Advent. Well, NOWRead more »

MarriageIsHard - So Here's Some Advice You Can Use

Marriage is Hard, So Here’s Some Advice You Can Use

by: Martina KreitzerWe’ve all seen marriage in its many forms, I’m guessing. But if you aren’t actually married –Read more »

OneWaytoSupportaLovedOnethroughaTraumaticLoss

One Way to Support a Loved One through a Traumatic Loss

Have you been there before? Have you gotten the call that someone you care for lost a loved one suddenly? Did you feel helpless orRead more »

The Rainbow after the Storm

The Rainbow after the Storm

by: Martina KreitzerThat was November 2014 – almost four years ago when our entire family experienced our first and most devastatingRead more »

Why DAYBOOK Should be Your Catholic Planner

The Case for DAYBOOK

by: Martina KreitzerAny good planner is worth the investment. But I believe a good planner should also be affordable. When DAYBOOK beganRead more »

I Went to Mass: What did I see?

REVIEW: I Went to Mass: What did I see?

PRODUCT I Went To Mass: What did I see? by Katie Warner and illustrated by Meg Whalen COMPANY TAN Books FACEBOOK  |Read more »

40DaysOfPrayerforHealing

40 Days of Prayer for Healing

I, like many Catholics around the US and the world, have been shocked and horrified to learn details of abuse at the hands of clergy overRead more »

REVIEW: Catechism of the Seven Sacraments

REVIEW: Catechism of the Seven Sacraments

by: Martina KreitzerI knew this was a book for the Catholic domestic Church arsenal when my 10-year-old son was drawn to it like a moth toRead more »

July Old St. Nicholas

July Old St. Nicholas

by: Martina KreitzerSo much of what we know about St. Nicholas is wrapped up in secular culture; St. Nicholas has been turned into SantaRead more »

10 Great Ways to Make Your Priest's Father's Day ROCK!

10 Great Ways to Make Your Priest’s Father’s Day ROCK!

by: Martina KreitzerThey definitely need all the prayers we can send their way! When I had an emergency appendectomy, both Father Dean andRead more »