A home is built over moments and years, in ways often hidden behind the imperfections and mundaneness of it all.
In gaining the ability to engage with the world, what have we lost much closer to home?
Matthew Perry’s memoir, perhaps above all else, demands the redemptive act.
As I continue to discover, accepting the gifts, joys and sorrows of motherhood is a special kind of blessing.
It is from the messy fabric of family life that God promises to weave a stunning masterpiece.
For Planned Parenthood, artistic license and freedom are permitted — just so long as they serve the pro-abortion narrative.
‘A man does not recover from such a devotion of the heart to such a woman! He ought not; he does not.’ —Jane Austen, Persuasion
“In our own time, in a world often alien and even hostile to faith, believing families are of primary importance as centers of living, radiant faith.” [CCC 1656]