By Kristy Solis One of the most important decisions that you will have to make on behalf of your child is deciding where your child will be educated. When it came time to make this decision for our child, we had way too many options of schools. Post-Katrina education had a different
By Charla Spalluto Misse (and St. Maximilian Kolbe) This quote is attributed to St. Maximillian Kolbe, “Be a Catholic: When you kneel before an altar, do it in such a way that others may be able to recognize that you know before whom you kneel.”
By Ty Salvant A few years ago, I read one downside to life in a large family was a lack of individual attention from parents. I could relate! Even as homeschoolers who spent a lot of time together, I couldn’t recall spending time with each child separately on a regular basis.
By Stacy Lamorte Have you ever had one of those days when it seems that everything that can go wrong does go wrong? Doesn’t it seem like our families seem to get the brunt of the backlash? Things that wouldn’t normally annoy us tend to be glaring flaws.
By Katie Almon “Blessed is she who assists at the bedside of the sick and the dying. Blessed is she who ignites the spark of knowledge in a young mind. Blessed is she who gives holy counsel to women in crisis pregnancies. Blessed is she who lovingly opens her home to welcome another’s child. Blessed […]
By Sarah McDonald A few months back, my NOLACatholic Parenting column in the Clarion Herald was about raising Catholic daughters in today’s #MeToo world. I lamented the seeming lack of examples of women in today’s world and made a bold call for women to embrace authentic feminism. Needless to say, there were strong reactions … […]