Our grandparents and great-grandparents who immigrated to the United States from southern Italy brought with them a decadent Easter brunch dish that we now call pizza rustica.
Raising holy, healthy, safe kids is the goal of all parents.
The pandemic upended, at least momentarily, what work looks like for most industries.
God is calling you to think about and encounter the world and yourself in a different way, knowing that Jesus has truly conquered sin and death.
Finding the right balance for children between family life and outside activities can be challenging enough even when parents share the same vision of what that “right balance” is.
Invite God into this important vocation
She says: I don’t want him to be gone all the time.
Take a second and ask yourself this question: What is God thinking about me right now?
“How do you know when you’re asking too many questions?”
This article offers some tips for helping kids receive the sacrament of reconciliation, which is essential to our sainthood.
Honor this great apostle with a Mediterranean salad.
When life doesn’t go according to plan, how can married couples be strong together in the face of adversity?
In the midst of resolutions and goals while living in a nonstop world, we have to remember that we are made for rest.
She says: We are so busy working from home it’s the only way to get anything done.
Scripture very clearly tells us to “love our neighbor.
Conflict. It’s seemingly everywhere. But what do we do with it all?
He says: We should tell our daughter.
Along with potatoes, turkey and other Thanksgiving fare, squash was native to the New World.
“Listen with the ears of your heart.” - St. Benedict of Nursia
As people of faith, there is a tension in when we get involved in situations that may not directly concern us.