By Kim Roberts Being Catholic and of Italian descent, I have seen many home altars throughout the years. Some were gloriously appointed, and some simple and understated. I have to admit when I first got married, I hadn’t given much thought to setting one up. I had crosses all over the house along with religious […]
By Kim Roberts I was reading through messages on Facebook, a guilty pleasure, and I found a recent message from Pope Francis that struck a chord with me. In this particular message, he reminds us that life goes by so fast, and we should really learn to appreciate what we have.
By Kim Roberts I recently found myself in a conversation with a group of mothers discussing if they should let their child decide whether they will go to church or not. Well, I had an opinion on this topic. I think that just as parents guide their small (and large, in some instances) children through […]
By Kim Roberts In an article originally published last October, a Harvard study found that children who were exposed to religion as they were growing up were more likely to be healthier and have a higher degree of well-being as young adults, when compared to those that do not.
By Kim Roberts Parenting goals: raise children that adhere to the “golden rule” and do unto others and raise children who are kind and considerate and do not exclude others. But, how do we as parents reach this goal and teach our children to be compassionate, tolerant and inclusive?
By Kim Roberts So, my first-born, eldest daughter became engaged on Good Friday. While she has been out of college for three years and working and supporting herself as a graphic designer for some time now, I can’t help but think of her as my little girl.
By Kim Roberts The month of May is synonymous with graduations – from high school and college. I can’t help but reflect on the graduations of my two older children from high school and college and the emotions that went along with those milestones.
By Kim Roberts My husband and I have raised all of our children in the Catholic faith since birth. They were baptized, received their first Communion and were confirmed in the church. They attended catholic schools, were members of the CYO, served as altar servers and eucharistic ministers and truly lived their faith every day.