Fabulously Featured: Heart of a Mother

Welcome to Catholic Sistas’ newest series, featuring some of our friends in the Catholic blogging world entitled Fabulously Featured which will run on Wednesdays. I have always wanted to introduce you to some new blogs to follow and support, but seriously lacked the time to put this together before now. In a Facebook group of fellow Catholic women bloggers, I asked ladies to answer some questions for this series, and they were all too excited to participate! I give you their answers in their own words. 🙂



Jenny at Heart of a Mother really gets to the heart’s desire of many of us Catholic mommas. She takes everyday internal dialogue and turns it into an opportunity to find Christ and shine for Him. If you’re on the lookout for something that is introspective when it comes to the Catholic faith, look no further. Read the feature here and then head over to her blog to find some creative and unique ways to find and call Christ into your heart. You won’t be disappointed. 🙂






How my faith guides me as a Catholic homeschooling wife & mother.


I first wrote as a way to recreate from a distance a weekly mother’s group. I had moved across the country and missed talking about my faith with my friends, so I wrote weekly reflections on the upcoming Gospels. Today, I want to write more as a part of taking care of mom. Writing brings me clarity, and I enjoy the process.


I process things through writing, so by the end of my posts, I often will be able to finally organize my chaotic thoughts. It is then that I draw conclusions and find peace.


Normal, Average, Regular Homeschoolers? and all of my Little Flowers Girls Club® posts


I am a very haphazard blogger. To blog regularly, I literally have to set a timer for 30 minutes when I want to write and just write. Sometimes good stuff comes out, sometimes not.


Other Catholic homeschooling mamas.
 Heart of a Mother


“The most beautiful masterpiece of the heart of God is the heart of a mother.” St. Therese of Lisieux ~ I chose this, because I wanted to write about how my motherhood brings me closer to God.


If they like to write, they should just start and see how it goes. Our Church is beautifully diverse, so no two Catholic blogs are the same. I always remember that if each post touches the heart of just one other Catholic mom, it was worth writing.


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Would you {or someone you know} like to be fabulously featured?

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