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

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Celebrating family life

What's Your Family's 'One Thing?'

Gary Kelly’s book, The One Thing, emphasizes that there is one primary thing in our lives that, if we focus on it, we can transform the success and fulfillment of our lives.

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Celebrating family life  |  Seasonal Reflections

Whoever Keeps My Word Will Never Taste Death: Family Reflection Video

Hold on to your forks, the best is yet to come.

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Celebrating family life  |  Seasonal Reflections

Family Identity: Family Reflection Video

Recently I met a young family with six children, ranging in age from 2 months old to 10 years old. I could feel their family identity was rooted in God and they trusted God fully.

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Celebrating family life  |  Strengthening family unity

Humble, Hungry, and Smart: Family Reflection Video

As we progress in our life’s journey we start to realize more and more the importance, influence, and impact of healthy and quality relationships.

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Celebrating family life  |  Why pray?

God Creates a New Heaven and New Earth: Family Reflection Video

The things of the past shall not be remembered or come to mind. Instead there shall always be rejoicing and happiness in what He creates.

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CatholicMom  |  Celebrating family life

The Hardest Part of Parenting

Parenting is hard. Sleepless nights, barf, tantrums, food wars, rainy soccer games, bickering, carpools and endless pairs of new shoes. There is exhaustion — physical, mental and emotional. Questioning my decisions. Falling into the comparison trap and the fear that climbing out is impossible. The sadness of knowing they will leave one day and sometimes hoping that day comes soon.

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