Have you experienced a tragedy that feels like it remains at your heels?
Allison Ricciardi reflects on the canonization of Mother Teresa, modern day saints, and what it means to explore your faith.
“Her fireman died.” These were the poignant words of my toddler son, as he pointed to a woman in the grocery store. Of course, he was not aware of the weight of his statement.
There is a joke about parenting that goes like this: “You spend the first two years teaching your children how to walk and talk, and the next sixteen telling them to sit down and be quiet.”
As a people of faith we have hope. Join me in being part of the solution through prayer. Join the Rosary Crusade for Our Nation.
No question our country is in dire straits. As we approach the presidential election we see all manner of bedlam and anarchy unleashed with division upon division upon division.
Allison Ricciardi calls parents to give children true affirmation. The gift of their goodness which affirms their identity as beloved children of God.
This is a common lament of frustrated parents who drag their child to see a therapist. The parents are seeking the help of a counselor typically because they are at their wit’s end.
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