The season of Lent is the perfect time to check our balance and our priorities as Catholic families.
The most important thing we can do for our children is to foster their discipleship.
As we navigate the changes left in the wake of the pandemic, this verse from Isaiah brings comfort.
Cultivating your family's prayer life is as simple as including these tips in your everyday life.
There are dozens of reasons parenting is the greatest “gig” on earth.
What to do when the “village” is offering more advice than you know what to do with.
As Catholic parents, we have the privilege of leading our children to Jesus.
The activity in a Catholic home needs to be Christ-centered.
Home is where the seeds of Christ’s love are planted and nurtured.
Raising teens who are responsible, hardworking and confident is a noble and vital task.
Helping teens plan for life after high school is a mighty task.
We seem to live in a world that rewards the outgoing, extroverted kids who make friends easily.
We’d like to offer a few more helpful ideas for peaceful mealtimes, especially for older eaters.
Food is mentioned more than 1,200 times in sacred Scripture.
It’s our job to give our kids what they need, not what they want.
Our children are created with a beautiful array of gifts, talents and personality traits.
As a Catholic, mother of eight and 24-year veteran of homeschooling, I have answered thousands of questions about homeschooling.
Children have an innate desire to know and ponder the most essential and important things in life.
Binders, gym shoes and lined paper are common school items, but in the past year, for many, those essentials were replaced with iPads, laptops, Zoom and Google Classroom.
A few more tips for maintaining consistent, loving parenting.