Let’s take a quick look at one roadblock that can get in the way as we attempt to “drink a cup of kindness” with our loved ones.
Advent is an appropriate time to take a personal inventory of one’s relationship with God and neighbor.
From womb to tomb, the Church is dedicated to protecting the sanctity of all life. Are you?
“Follow the saints because those who follow them, will become saints.” - Pope St. Clement I
Where does the classic “cyberbully” come from anyway, and what do we do about it as followers of Christ?
We all know that it is sometimes difficult for family members to agree. A parish family (the Body of Christ) is no different.
Dear Cathie, How do I keep up with the lifestyle of my friends? It appears they are getting ahead in life quicker than I am.
At such times, a very useful question to ask yourself is, “What is my best next step?”
Young people today are facing challenges that appear both perplexing and unprecedented.
Dear Cathie, as a man, I find it very difficult to believe that talking about my feelings will actually solve anything.
In 1965, the psychiatrist Dr. William Glasser introduced Reality Therapy to the psychological world.
Every year, my kids’ grade school hosts a Mother’s Day Mass followed by a tea party.
Work has lost its luster, and I feel like I’m “quietly quitting.” How can I get my spark back?
The Easter season is a perfect time to revisit how we can prioritize faith in the life of our family.
By exchanging marital vows, a couple creates an unbreakable, lifelong bond.
In a world of TikTok, Snapchat and DMs, what does a healthy relationship look like in 2023?
As Christians, we can ask ourselves a deeper question that bests even the best “pros and cons” list.
Do you want to learn better communication skills? Silly question, of course you do!
She says: It’s not like we have a ton of other friends.
The season of Lent is the perfect time to check our balance and our priorities as Catholic families.
One of the best things we can do when feeling depressed is to reach out to help others who are in need.
Amoris Laetitia offers a ton of wisdom on family for Marriage Week