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By Ana Borden There are a few things that bring me great joy in life, and one of them is listening to a church filled with children singing, especially the “Alleluia.”
By Ana Borden What if everyone paid attention to the words they used and the message they conveyed during conversations, in emails and social media posts? What if we took a deep breath and paused to think about how our words and message will affect others, especially during moments of anger, confusion and hate.
How Keeping Track of your Children’s Shoes Can Save Their Life: Protecting Your Children From Human Trafficking
By Ana Borden According to a report issued by the Department of Children & Family Services earlier this year, as well as according to Homeland Security officials, human trafficking cases are on a considerable rise in New Orleans.
By Ana Borden School has started once again. Another year of growing and learning. And just like the previous years, before the start of our children’s first day of school, I will remind them to introduce themselves and make their new classroom friends feel welcomed while helping them transition into their new environment.
By Ana Borden Increasing policies to protect the unborn are inspiring times bringing more awareness and value to the sanctity and advocacy for life, not only for babies in their mother’s womb but the aging and in the prevention of suicide.
By Ana Borden One of the overlooked liturgical feast days not celebrated with as much anticipation as St. Patrick or St. Valentine is that of St. Anne and St. Joachim, the parents of Mary and the grandparents of Jesus.
By Ana Borden I had encouraged all of our children to feel their siblings kick, hiccup and even put their ear against my growing belly as often as they liked while pregnant with our growing family. Giggles always erupted, captivating smiles, as well as anticipation and joy about meeting their future playmate.
By Ana Borden Daily, I am reminded of the great sacrifices my grandparents and parents made immigrating from their native country under conditions that tore their families apart
By Ana Borden As a parent, one of the daily struggles I face is juggling and distributing my time, energy and resources equally among all our children and my husband while multitasking the responsibilities of schedules, households, my business and relationships.
By Ana Borden While living in Chicago, I learned more about our Catholic faith and its traditions than I ever anticipated, living in the largest archdiocese in the country and from new friends with worldwide connections. One of those special, lifelong friends I made was Ewa, a deeply devout Roman Catholic of Lithuanian descent. She […]
By Ana Borden As a minimalist, I have gravitated towards one of the most talked about shows on Netflix – the highly organized Marie Kondo, who helps clients transform their cluttered homes into spaces of beauty, peace and inspiration. If you are familiar with this new series, then you know that when a household member […]