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This Year’s March for Life is Over – Now What?

So many of our readers are young mothers with growing families. You must already feel just so overwhelmed just in the caring of your youngRead more »

Stepping Out of the Boat

We planned to slowly build it up until there was enough work for my husband to leave his current job and come on full-time. But that wasn’tRead more »

On Being a Good Friend

I have been abundantly blessed by a wonderful friend in my city, and in my gratefulness for her and all she has done for me, it has reallyRead more »

Foes, Fans, and Friends – Discerning Opinions and Dominions

The people we surround ourselves with play a huge part in helping us discern who we are in God. So when those comments come rolling inRead more »

Journeying to Christ

Last year, The Shepherd on a Search was all the rage. Touted as a Christian-based answer to the Elf on the Shelf, the premise seemed toRead more »

REVIEW: Walking Holy Week with Jesus – A Prayer Journal

Haven’t found that perfect Holy Week journal yet? Consider Sara Estabrook’s Walking Holy Week with Jesus prayer journal toRead more »

Happy Valentine’s Day Ash Wednesday

Welcome to the first installment in the series Real and Raw – Soul-Stirring Stories, a series focused on taking a candid lookRead more »

20 Habits You Can Cultivate NOW to Help Your Children Stay Catholic

Worried your Catholic children will leave the Faith? This article will inspire you and then give you strategies to strengthen the FaithRead more »

The Year I Did NOTHING For Lent

How I gave up nothing, took on nothing…and left everything to the Lord.   My Plan for an All-Star Lent It was Lent 2014. I wasRead more »

The World Needs the Rosary Now More Than Ever

Saint Dominic and the Rosary Early in the 13th century in a church in Prouilhe, France, Saint Dominic poured out in prayer his grief andRead more »

Talk to Your Mother

On a beautiful crisp morning, my family and I were heading to the Marian shrine to Our Lady of Good Help in northern Wisconsin. It wasRead more »

The 2018 Lenten Photo Journey

Lent is just a little over a week away and I’ve only just begun thinking about the Lenten season. Between the parish bulletin andRead more »

The 2018 Handy Dandy List of Lenten Sacrifices

Lent is coming up fast (in one week actually) so if you haven’t given any thought to your Lenten sacrifices for the upcomingRead more »

The Ultimate 2018 Lenten Book List for Families

I love the idea of having a family Lenten practice.  For several years, we have chosen to spend 30 minutes of each day readingRead more »

Life on a Budget

Most families know what it’s like to live on a financial budget. We have always had to live within our means, and that isRead more »