Liturgical Living: What about Santa?

Simple answer: As far as I'm (and history is) concerned, Santa Claus was/is a real person! Therefore, I will teach my children about Santa Claus. You may be asking yourself why this is even a question. Or you may be asking yourself why would bother to teach my children about Santa. There are some people…

Reluctant Prayer Hands

Every night before dinner, our family says the Grace Before Meals prayer. Our two boys have caught on pretty quickly. Our three-year-old, Vincent, also says a prayer at his pre-school before eating so he's gotten used to the whole "we pray before we eat" thing. Our youngest, Rey, is about 18 months old right now…

Catholic Home Planner [Review & Spotlight]

I plan just about everything in my life. My work schedule, my husband’s honey-do list, my boy’s activities and play dates, my blogging, my finances and bills, my free time, my reading time, everything!   I’d recently been in the market for a new planner and this time I was looking for a Catholic planner.…

Books Inform, The Bible Transforms

As a self-proclaimed "book worm," I read A LOT of books these days. Particularly since finishing my Master's Degree and joining a book club with some amazing ladies, I've had (and made) more time to read more and more books again. I've also joined a women's small group study that reads faith-centered books as well.…