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There are many reasons why it looks like the deck is stacked against moms, but these four stand out.
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We cannot change others, but we can change ourselves, and sometimes that is all it takes.
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The responsible adult finds the key to spiritual maturity in child-like trust
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Over many centuries, from Spain to Lepanto, Christian armies have prevailed under the banner of Our Lady.
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Reading through St. Faustina's Diary offers four suggestions for how we can pray for America now and in the future.
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Whether fans realize it or not, football's Hail Mary pass is a subtle reminder that Our Lady triumphs in the end.
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Abortion doesn’t just kill an innocent, unborn child; its tentacles destroy every aspect of society, beginning at the head.
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On the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, here are 15 ways to live the ‘Marian Option’ in your life.
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World Youth Day and the Nature of Quest
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What do Hot Pockets, Harry Connick Jr. and Divine Mercy Have in Common?
Carrie Gress
Carrie Gress

Carrie Gress has a doctorate from the Catholic University of America and is a philosophy professor at Pontifex University. She is the author of Nudging Conversions: A Practical Guide to Bringing Those You Love Back to the Church, and Ultimate Makeover: The Transforming Power of Motherhood. Carrie is the co-author with George Weigel of City of Saints: A Pilgrims Guide to John Paul II’s Krakow. A homeschooling mother of four, she and her family live in Virginia. Visit her blog at carriegress.com.