The Sandwich Generation

They call us the “Sandwich Generation”; we are predominantly middle-aged women that have become primary caretakers of an aging parent while still raising little ones at home.  I am a homeschooling mother of 8 children, ranging in age from 5 to 25, and I became a member of this uniquely...

December 3, 2018 by FamiliesFullyAlive

A Lay Person's Pathway to Doing the Lord's Loving Will

I can't help but love Saint John Paul II and Pope Benedict the XVIs' 1992 joint-writing endeavor, the Catechism of The Catholic Church, as the...

November 4, 2018 by Dane Baird

Saint Monica and Saint Augustine

In the first year of seminary studies I had a professor named Don Jaime. That would be something like Professor James in English, but I'll...

October 26, 2018 by Fr. Colum Power

Recipes and DIY’s

Chicken Bone Broth

Don't throw away those bones after cooking a whole chicken!  Use them to make your own healthful and delicious bone...

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Why Celibacy?

Every so often, the question of priestly celibacy and its inherent struggles reappears in the media, in public discussions, and even in the Church itself. Yet we know that at a theoretical level the Magisterium has already responded reasonably to the many objections that people have posed about celibacy. At a practical level as well, the greatest defense of the concept of celibacy is the thousands of priests who have lived and continue to live their celibacy with joy, faith, and enthusiasm every day of their lives.

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