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"The family that prays together stays together." - Venerable Patrick Peyton

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Don't Skip Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day is in a few weeks and you probably forgot about this. Retailers and restaurants went from possible Columbus Day sales to Halloween to Christmas. I posed this question to our daughter this morning: Have you ever seen or received a milk chocolate turkey at thanksgiving? Have you seen any candy that is specifically made for Thanksgiving? Note: Candy corn does not count!!

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Return to the Church  |  Strengthening family unity

The Healing Balm of the Rosary during Tough Times

As autumn began, I was going through a period of spiritual dryness. It had been going on for quite some time, once I took the time to analyze it a bit. I had a brief respite in the late summer, but then as September dawned and the kids started back to school, I fell off doing the small bit of daily prayer that I had worked back into my routine, and things deteriorated once again...

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Celebrating family life  |  Love thy Neighbor

Finding Joy

A dear friend of mine posted on Facebook last week a pondering about joy, especially amidst trials and the “drudgery” of life. Lamenting that so many moms do not seem to live in the joy of their vocation, she wondered, “How do we live joyfully? What does that even look like?”

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The Secular “Season” of Chaotic Craziness Has Arrived

This month, we find ourselves on the cusp of the hectic “holiday shopping season.” We will be tempted to gather with the masses for the dash-and-grab, stocking up on gifts and candy and decorations. We might even find ourselves awake in the wee hours of Black Friday...

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How and When to Say No

We’re told to say “yes” like Mary, aren’t we? True, but sometimes saying “yes” to God means saying “no” to a request. In The Book of No, authors Susan Newman and Cristina Schreil help clarify when “yes” is not necessarily the right answer to “Can you help with a project?”

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Healing the family  |  Strengthening family unity

10 Mom-Approved Ways to Help Your Children Navigate Difficult Social Situations

Now, more than ever before, our youth are hurting from difficult social dynamics and the pain that comes from the backlash of social media.

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