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Lent

The Ultimate Lent Guide for Busy People

This post is written by Amy Brooks, author at Prayer, Wine, Chocolate, and co-founder of CSMI.

Lent for Busy People

I have 9 month old twins, a five year old and for the past few days, my husband was sick.

I need a shower.  I need to clean my kitchen and the amount of laundry that needs to folded reminds me once again that we own way to many clothes.

I also am trying to work from home.

For me, prayer happens right in the midst of all the crazy. Continue reading “The Ultimate Lent Guide for Busy People”

Saints

10 Reasons You Should Get to Know Saint Eugène de Mazenod

This post is written by Alex R. Hey, author at Alex R. Hey.

Eugène de Mazenod Alex R Hey

My book, Eugène de Mazenod: A Saint for Today, was recently released, and I am excited to be able to share this saint with the world. Regardless of whether or not you buy my book, I think everyone should know who this saint is.

Check out these 10 reasons why you should get to know Eugène de Mazenod. Continue reading “10 Reasons You Should Get to Know Saint Eugène de Mazenod”

Books, Free Resources

The Military Way of the Cross

This post is written by Anni Harry, author at A Beautiful Camouflaged Mess of a Life, and Caitlyn Anderson, author at Mrs. Andy, Anchored by Faith.

Military Way of the Cross

“The Military Way of the Cross” is a free Lenten devotion released by the Military Council of Catholic Women, a subsidiary of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA (AMS). It is our hope that these Stations of the Cross will allow you to dig deeper into your faith, and will draw you closer to the constant source of support, life, and love – our Creator. Continue reading “The Military Way of the Cross”

Catholic Life

Catholic Mama of Quirky Kids? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know

This post is written by Ginny Kochis, author and speaker at Not So Formulaic.

Quirky kid Not So formulaic

The first time she had a sensory meltdown was in the summer of 2009. We were traveling and had been in the car since 7 that morning. It was dinner time. She was tired, hungry, and bored. Continue reading “Catholic Mama of Quirky Kids? Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know”