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Catholic puberty how to talk to daughter
Family

6 Tips For Talking To Your Daughter About Puberty

When I chat with other moms who are raising daughters, there is one thing that really unites us: we’re worried…

How To Pray The Rosary With Children: Embrace The Joyful Chaos! tips for praying rosary with your family
Family

How To Pray The Rosary With Children: Embrace The Joyful Chaos!

Historically the Rosary is a simple alternative to the Liturgy of the Hours. If you couldn’t read or afford the…

Virtual Schooling Tips for Parents
Faith & Life

3 Ways To Recover When Your Virtual School Day Has Gone Haywire

I had the best intentions for my first year of virtual schooling. I imagined us waking up early, enjoying a…

Catholic Dad Advice Catholic Father
Family

Top 3 Ways I Failed As A Catholic Father

I didn’t sign up to screw up my kids. Fatherhood was going to be GREAT – adventures, hugs, and giving…

catholic mom tips for volunteering
Family

Can Moms Volunteer? 9 Tips To Make It Work

Volunteering is incredibly beneficial to our spiritual growth. Serving in the community provides opportunities to focus on the needs of…

Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) is working to share the Gospel with children and families who are spending more time at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Family

Aid To The Church In Need Offers Free Children’s Bible Read Alouds

Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) is working to share the Gospel with children and families who are spending…

catholic parenting advice summer
Catholic Media

7 Things Every Catholic Parent Can Do This Summer

Summer is my favorite time of the year here in Ohio. I love everything about it, especially the warm weather and…

How To Explain The 7 Sacraments Without Boring Your Children Catholic
Baptism

How To Explain The 7 Sacraments Without Boring Your Children

Don’t know how to start explaining the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church to your son or daughter? Are you lacking…

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