Two Books for Life: ‘Prayers for Life’ and ‘On Human Life’

01/14/2015 Comment

The power of my mother telling me that she was praying for my future spouse — said to me when I was a tween uninterested in marriage — didn’t sink in until I had my own children. The ten years since I became a mother have helped me better understand and appreciate the power of prayer itself too. For me, there has been something about the tangibility of the crucible parenting is that has made me experience just what a difference power can make.

It’s an important time of year for being aware of life issues. January 22 marks the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion and will see hundreds of thousands people marching in peaceful and prayer-filled protest in both...READ MORE

Filed under books, paul vi, prayer, pro-life, prolife

‘9 Days for Life’ is a Digital Pilgrimage

01/10/2015 Comment

It will be a few years before I find myself at either the March for Life in Washington, D.C., or the Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco. Though I may long to go, it’s just not feasible for my state in life.

But, thanks to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, I can make a digital pilgrimage and unite my prayers with those of others around the country and the world in a novena to end abortion.

From January 17-25, the bishops are inviting all Catholics to make a nine-day digital pilgrimage. This “9 Days for Life” is for the protection of life at all stages. This nine day period is significant, because it’s surrounding the anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision, Roe v....READ MORE

Filed under 9 days for life, pro-life, prolife, technology, usccb

Register Radio - Threats To D.C. Catholic Schools / Spiritual Life in the New Year

01/09/2015 Comments (1)

This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo talks to the Cardinal Newman Society's Patrick Reilly about a serious threat to religious freedom on Catholic university campuses in our nation's capitol. And in the second part of the show, Dan Burke and Father of Mercy Father Wade Menezes discuss setting a routine of prayer and making daily duties holy in this New Year.

Patrick Reilly on Threats To D.C. Catholic Schools

Patrick Reilly is president and founder of the Cardinal Newman Society, a wonderful organization dedicated to safeguarding faithful Catholic education. He is a frequent contributor and source to Register news, as well as a regular guest here on Register Radio.

Reilly...READ MORE

Filed under fr wade menezes, patrick reilly, register radio, religious frreedom, resolutions, rule of life, spiritual life

Art and Apert Syndrome: Serving a Greater Purpose - #Art4Sarah

01/07/2015 Comments (3)

Jeannie Ewing and daughter Sarah

I “met” Jeannie Ewing virtually a little over a year ago. In that time, we’ve worked together at CatholicMom.com, where Jeannie’s a regular contributor, and I’ve had the chance to learn about her family’s incredible story.

Part of what makes it so incredible to me is how very hope-filled it seems. I would not have expected that having a child with all of the complications Sarah has would inspire hope, but that’s exactly what I find when I read about Jeannie’s experiences as mom and about the many procedures and hurdles they face.

Sarah was born on March 16, 2013, and Jeannie and her husband Ben found themselves forever changed in ways beyond what they expected with the birth of their...READ MORE

Filed under apert syndrome, art, jeannie ewing, special needs

A Few Titles I’m Looking Forward to Reading

12/24/2014 Comments (1)

For the last few years, the week between Christmas and New Year’s has been an opportunity for me to read. I turn off the computer, put an auto-responder on my email, and bask with a pile of books.

While I’m not going to be doing exactly that this year, I do have a few titles I think I can finish for some fun Christmas break reading (and one that I want to make sure I share).

As Morning Breaks: Daily Gospel Reflections

I’m very hit-or-miss with my daily readings, especially in certain seasons of life (like the one I’m in right now), but I’m trying, above all, to learn the lesson of not giving up.

One tool that’s helped me do that this year is the new-this-year feature at CatholicMom.com,...READ MORE

Filed under books, catholic fiction, fiction

Register Radio - Vatican Report on Women Religious and ‘The Great Reformer’

12/20/2014 Comments (8)

This week on Register Radio, Dan Burke discusses the release of the Vatican's long-awaited report on women religious with Register correspondent Ann Carey. Also, Jeanette DeMelo talks with author Austen Ivereigh about his new book The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of A Radical Pope.

Ann Carey on the Vatican Report on Women Religious

Ann Carey is a veteran journalist who has written hundreds of articles for many prestigious Catholic publications during her 31-year career in the Catholic press. She is a member of the Catholic Press Association and has won awards for news and feature writing, as well as investigative reporting. Her specialty is women religious, and she is working on...READ MORE

Filed under ann carey, austen ivereigh, books, pope franics, register radio, vatican, women religious

3 Books Worth Sharing: Spicing Up Your Marriage, Your Kitchen, and Your History

12/17/2014 Comments (2)

There are so many good books, so many new books, and so many books, period, that sometimes it’s hard to sift through them. What do you buy that bibliophile in your life? Or how about your parish priest, the guy who doesn’t collect ANYTHING and who has everything he needs? How about your married friends?

I could go on, but I’ll stop and just share three great books, written by great Catholic authors, that will make great gifts for you or your favorite people.

Add Some Spice to Your Marriage

I don’t remember how I caught wind of Hallie Lord’s project, but I was, honestly, so grateful to see it.

It’s an eBook: Spice Up Your Marriage: A 28-Day Adventure, and it’s something that I’m pretty...READ MORE

Filed under book review, books, brian burch, emily stimpson, food, hallie lord, history, jeff young, marriage

A Rosary Album That’s a Treasure

12/13/2014 Comment

Though I’ve been devoted to the rosary for many years, that doesn’t mean I pray it easily. Most days, it’s a battle for me, between what I think needs done — like work — and what I know needs done — like prayer. Making myself sit still or even integrate prayer into what I’m doing is an ongoing practice, one that’s been made easier thanks to the new Rosary album released from the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist.

According to Sr. Joseph Andrew, foundress and vocations director:

The Rosary album came from people who asked and asked if we would do something on the rosary. Every Sunday, we have five o’clock Vespers — Evening Prayer — open to the public, and after we have...READ MORE

Filed under dominican sisters of mary, mother of the eucharist, prayers, rosary

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Sarah Reinhard is a Catholic wife, mom, writer, parish worker and catechist, and coffee drinker. You’re just as likely to find her hiding out back with a book as you are to discover her playing in the yard with a few farm animals (or wait — are those her kids?) She is the author of five books, the most recent of which is A Catholic Mother's Companion to Pregnancy: Walking with Mary from Conception to Baptism. She blogs at SnoringScholar.com and CatholicMom.com. Reinhard holds a master’s degree in marketing and communications and has worked for many years in corporate and nonprofit organizations. She lives in central Ohio with her husband and three children. You can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Goodreads.