Prayer is an essential component of a pro-life culture within the family cell. Praying in front of abortion clinics is an effective pro-life measure, but praying within our own families makes it a part of our daily lives. When we pray with our children for pregnant mothers, the revitalization of the family and an end to abortion, we teach them that the pro-life cause isn’t something “out there;” it’s something that we all should be concerned about. Find more suggestions to make your home pro-life online.
In today’s post you’ll discover five books that mom and bookworm Sarah Reinhard recommends for every Catholic family, from the Bible to the Catechism to Lord of the Rings.
Among the many legacies of St. Pope John XXIII is a joy-filled, practical spirituality…including his Daily Decalogue, a list of ten spiritual goals “only for today.” Here it is, so you can try it with your kids as part of your morning prayer routine.
The Rule of St. Benedict may be 1,500 years old and written for vowed religious, but it’s surprisingly full of good advice for today’s Catholic family as well. Here are four “rules” that every family might adopt.
Cleaning with kids doesn’t have to be pure drudgery. It is a duty, yes, but also a path to help them understand that work is holy and redemptive. Here are five ways to teach your children about the dignity of work at home.