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Fun Food for Fall!
Cheryl Dickow shares some interesting food information for women (and men!) and encourages you to share your recipes with others.

The Seven Essential Goals of a Godly Woman
Cheryl Dickow looks at the everyday goals of women who long to know, love and serve God.

Families that Eat Together, Stay Together
Scientifically proven benefits of family meals.

Tacking Towards the Shore
Cheryl Dickow explores how sailing taught her about life.

Starting a Woman's Study is Easier Than You Think!
Cheryl Dickow offers a few simple tips and words of encouragment to women who may have been wondering if they should start a woman's study group or join a woman's study group.

Catholic Truths for Our Children
Cheryl Dickow offers a book review of Patti Maguire Armstrong's book "Catholic Truths for Our Children."

Matriarchs of the Faith
Cheryl Dickow explores the lessons of the lives of Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, and Leah and how they are meant to impact Catholic women today.

Equal but Different
John Paul II wrote about woman's inherent dignity and worth but did we listen? Have women embraced John Paul's message of equal but different?

Tips on Raising Boys: Stable Marriages
Fr. Michael Sliney, LC talks about the importance of a stable marriage in rasing boys.

Does God Love the Real Me?
Being "perfect" doesn´t make you a more lovable person.

Children and the Mass: When They´re a Little Less
When we were new parents, there were times we dreaded going to Mass as a family. Now we see these moments as times of grace for all of us.

Snow Globe: The Hidden Beauty of Household Chaos
On dreary winter days, the irksomeness of daily picking-up is enough to make you wonder, "Is this what I went to college (or gave up my career) for?"

Mom and Dad´s Job: The Success of Parental Choice Hinges on What Parents Choose
Will the consumer mentality in education improve our nation´s schools or result in a pop-education that is even more dumbed down than what we have already?

Close Relations
Unlike years past, today´s families are scattered. Grandparents are connecting with grandchildren in a distinct way — by traveling with them.

Hams and Martyrs
A grandmother recalls her efforts to make meal times a communion of persons rather than a merely a meeting at the common trough.

The Importance of Fathers in Our Search for God
When it comes to answering the questions, "What do women want?" or "What do men want?", the media presents a message of confusion, disharmony, self-absorption and greed.

“But Everybody Is Doing It!” How to Say No When the World Says Yes
How can parents battle the dangers of the world threatening their children? With prayer, virtue, and a little help from friends.

Why Children Need Music
Listening to music and performing it are important in a child´s development.

The Value of Children
The Church teaches that God is the author of marriage and has ordained that it be ordered to the generation of children.

The Rosary Blues: Praying the Rosary Every Day, Even if Your Kids Aren´t Perfect
Parents don´t have to be living saints to launch and sustain the family rosary. Gluttons for punishment, maybe.

Mom´s Busiest Thursday of the Year
On Thanksgiving - Mom´s busiest day of the year - it´s wise to reflect upon the story of Martha and Mary in the the Gospel of Luke.

The Christmas and Advent Season
From the first Sunday in Advent to the Epiphany, here are 10 great ways to celebrate this holy season.

The Glory of Eastertide
Discover ways to make the Easter season come to life for your family.

Check the Television Listing
A parent in training shares some of his experiences.

The Imperfect Family
A parent in training shares some of his experiences.

How Do You Know If Your Teen Is Ready to Date?
Some good tips for parents.

For a Family Friendly Super Bowl
We really do need to pray for the folks that planned and performed at the Super Bowl during halftime.

Television Confessions
Parenting tips.

Parent in Training - The Legend of Peabody
Like most parents, I was sure that each of our children was the cutest baby in history. But I admit that when our son started on solid foods, there were moments when I had my doubts.

Parent in Training - Timing is Everything
My son has taught me much about timing and keeping commitments. One of my big lessons came when he was about 6 years old and playing organized baseball for the first time.


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