Brooding can really damage a relationship. In today’s collection, we are looking at why we should avoid it and what to do when our spouse is in that rut. Also, an interesting read about the quick rise and even faster fall of video stores. Plus, how to stop procrastinating, the keys to monochromatic dressing, and a fun podcast about Jane Austen. Enjoy!
Have you heard of the term “wide family”? It refers to the state of having a large span of ages among children. In today’s collection, a woman reflects beautifully on the struggles and, more importantly, the beauty of having teens and babies and everything in between. Also, how abortion became glamorous in three steps. Plus, how to receive unsolicited advice, why we should try slow-reading, and we have a new ‘In Place’ featuring the lovely home of one of our readers. Enjoy!
Many people today feel over-worked and over-scheduled, leaving little time for human connection. In today’s collection, we have a great piece looking at the roots and risks of this phenomenon. Also, an interesting read about how gay rights empower the rich. Plus, a fall capsule wardrobe, a delicious instant pot recipe, and a podcast on the greatest archaeological find of the 20th century: the Dead Sea Scrolls. And more!
Do you still write letters? In today’s collection, we have the reasons why we should and some beautiful stationery to inspire the process. Also, Dr. Peter Kreeft on how to begin praying and meditating. Plus, 11th century herbal remedies, a new color trend, and how to keep your family seated together on a plane. Enjoy!
It seems pretty obvious that things have gone awry in the dating world. In today’s collection, we have an interesting read on how women can be empowered to help improve this sorry state of affairs. Also, an interesting read about kids, video games, and parenting. Plus, what to do if your parents are away from the Church, wallpaper inspiration, and some exciting news about JPII’s parents. Enjoy!
This Sunday is the canonization of Bl. John Henry Newman and in today’s collection we have two wonderful, yet distinct, looks at this beloved servant of God. Also, a powerful look at the depth of Jesus’s words when he said, “Do you see this woman?” Plus, an award-winning baked eggs recipe, some chic things to snag for the home on a budget, and three errors we make with regard to beauty in the liturgy. Enjoy!
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By Noelle Mering
“I got motivated to bring more Catholic devotion into our home. From a faith perspective it just made sense, and from a design perspective you simply cannot go wrong with holy images...they fit in any home, any style (which I am sure is by divine design).”
By Noelle Mering
My husband Anthony and I have four children, 9, 7, 5, and 2.5. It’s boy-girl-boy-girl and everyone still has a hefty affection for the faith. We moved into our home two years. In that move, we really took stock in the artwork, statutes, and relics, and how to let our new space soak up the Catholicism we so love to imbue into our kids’ everyday life.