In yesterday’s installment of “How to ‘Get Something’ Out of Mass” I said I would share some practical tips and ideas for getting the most out of the Mass. Pick a few and them give them a try for a few weeks. If they work, great keep doing them and add
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Over the years people have told me (usually in explaining why they don’t bother with church anymore), “I don’t get anything out of the Mass.” I’ve been hearing it again recently by several different people. This is a sad statement. It tells me that the person saying this doesn’t understand what the Mass
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Okay, maybe what happened to us wasn’t exactly a harrowing experience in the truest sense of the word, BUT was/is upsetting.
My husband called me last Friday around 5:30-6:00am-ish. “Someone hacked into our bank account and stole $300. I just called the bank and they have frozen our account.” “What??? Is this some kind
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Yesterday, Dawn over at By Sun and Candlelight wrote a great post about Kids, Money and Chores. She asked the following questions:
” 1. Do you give your children an allowance, and if so, must they earn it by doing chores?
2. How do your children handle
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Editor’s note: Please enjoy this article from reader Maria Rainier. I for one, need to take this advice and get out those weights.
Being a mom is not easy; especially when you’re figuring out how to get in shape. From after-school activities, to work demands, to thinking about going and getting that second
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Do you homeschool year round? I don’t know many families who homeschool through the summer months, but we do. It is a decision my husband and I made back when we first talked about homeschooling (before we were even married). If you are curious about homeschooling throughout the summer, here’s my take
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Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from freelance writer, Debra Johnson.
There has been a shift in the mindset of women over the years that have begun to steadily push the wife to step into a position of authority. As women strive to gain independence
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One of my hobbies is card crafting. I enjoy making spiritual bouquets and homemade greeting cards for birthdays, holidays and events. The process of coming up with card ideas, writing notes and creating the cards is relaxing and fun. So, for today’s Top Ten
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After talking about my intermittent fasting journey and the intermittent plan, today I want to talk about the pros and cons of intermittent fasting. There are a lot of misconceptions about intermittent fasting, as there are with many diets. You hear conflicting things, and there are always “studies” people can quote
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