How can you as a mom find ways to show your family that extra dose of love to keep your family spirits up during this pandemic and to act as a kind and loving servant? We are all called to be servants of God, and special times call for special measures.
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A mother teaches her child to hold her hand before crossing the street in order to be safe. We can also teach our children to hold the Blessed Mother’s hand so that she will keep them spiritually safe as she walks us to her Son, Jesus. It is not a paved or dirt road that we can see with our eyes, but life is a journey with the goal of day by day walking with Jesus. Our Mother in heaven will hold our hand and help us if we ask her. Here are six ways to bring our children to Mary in ways they will love and that will help nurture a relationship with her to last a lifetime.
You have heard enough news about the coronavirus. We are going to take a different approach to where we are all at right now: a return to beauty. When people hear the term “beauty,” they often associate it with beauty products and preparing for a date. This is not the type of beauty that I am referring to. To look for beauty, we have to look upward.
April, the month of the Eucharist, was allowed by God to be a month of fasting from His Precious Body and Blood. And now in May, the month of Mary, we seem to be close to the end of our Eucharistic fast. It is appropriate that in the month Our Mother is celebrated, she brings us to her Son. Her ever-standing mission, bringing us to God.
At the beginning of 2020, I accepted a New Year’s challenge to pick a saint to get to know throughout this year and pray devotedly to them. This was the first time I had heard of this challenge and felt it was a new and wonderful way to expand my prayer life.