What is one thing that people have struggled with for centuries? What causes the most conflict in people’s relationships today? I propose it is a misfire of communication.
One of the greatest things you can do for yourself is to practice better self-care in the areas of your health, your home and family life, and in your business (or school) life.
Parents need to only have a newborn in their house for a few weeks before they hear people say, “Just wait till they are teens!” It is axiomatic in our culture that the teenage years are full of rebellion and strife for the family.
This time of year, as we go through the seasons of Fall into Winter, provides us with so many opportunities for joy and family time as well as a focus on giving and receiving. Typically, this is a time of year that we find peace in seeing so much good among people.
Being a parent is by far the most important job any of us can have. We are not only responsible for the formation of another person, but in forming that person we have a share in shaping the larger world in which we live.
As Catholics, we can better prepare our hearts to the devoutness of our faith through creating a thoroughly Catholic, Christ-centered home.
For the devout Catholic parent, often nothing is more challenging to one’s faith than having a child leave it when they become an adult.
Well, for once, this is not just a clever title. I wish it were. I think I really did swallow a bug yesterday.
Divorce. I have experienced it. I am a father of five – three boys with my first wife and two children with my current wife of over 20 years.
As a gardener, I have received pleasure from planting many vegetables and found the satisfaction in enjoying the literal fruits of my labor.