Marital Respect during Pro-Life Month

Oct 6, 2014 by

Happy National Respect Life Month! If there’s any assembly in the world ready to stand for life from conception to natural death, it’s Catholics. We share articles, pray before clinics, and organize events for the noblest of causes. It’s an uphill battle going against societal norms, but one...

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Humbled at the Pump: An Unexpected Lesson in Chari...

Oct 1, 2014 by

The pump was irritatingly slow; and for a mama with a rare hour to herself, I wasn’t excited about the time it was taking to fill my gas tank in the sweltering Southern heat. I took the opportunity to clean out the van and, stepping away to toss my trash, I was approached. “’Scuse me...

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Why you’ll want The Song in your head

Sep 23, 2014 by

A couple weeks ago, I was invited to attend an online screening of The Song, a fantastically REAL film about differing (very differing) needs in marriage. The sweet (and funny!) love story in the first third of the movie was the perfect bait for this romantic and I found myself swept off my feet in...

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Primary Educators NEED Education in Mercy

Aug 5, 2014 by

The whole point of any vocation is to get you to heaven. From my still-fresh view on marriage and family, closeness with Christ is absolutely required if salvation is the goal. I don’t know about you, but I think that fits the bill pretty well for parenthood, because how in the WORLD am I going...

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50 Shades: Lookin’ for Love in the All the W...

Jul 28, 2014 by

written with guest writer, Mary Walker So let’s talk about this, shall we? The theatrical release of Fifty Shades of Grey is February 14, 2015 – Valentine’s Day; which is ironic. A holiday traditionally associated with love and romance is the chosen debut for a film devoid of...

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