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In light of our faith, it is those little things that make or break us. The little things we do…the habits slowly built through repetition and discipline that build the monuments of character and virtue in our souls. And then it is the little things that we don’t do and should…that eventually cause a breaking down of the faith. So…let’s take a listen to Father Carr in this excerpt called “Little Things”.
“This Conscience has a quiet, tiny voice, but it can shout down the widest passions. It is beyond bribes and knows no fear….”
Let’s take a listen to Father Carr in this excerpt called “Conscience” from Helps to Happiness, 1962. Imprimatur and Nihil Obstat.
And Now….A Giveaway!
Today, I’d like to offer you a Summer Giveaway!!
The winner will receive this lovely package…
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I will announce the winner next Tuesday, August 17th!
The following pages in this Maglet (magazine/booklet) is for you…to inspire you in your daily walk as a loving, strong, patient Catholic mother.As mothers we have an awesome responsibility, as one of the key people in our children’s lives, to help mold them into happy, well-adjusted, faith-filled adults. This Maglet is filled with unique articles and anecdotes to help you in this journey.It is unique because most of the articles are written by men and women (some priests and a Dominican nun) who have lived in an age where common sense was more of the norm. Their advice and experience are timeless and invaluable…
~Raising Your Children ~ articles taken from the Integrity Magazine of the 1950’s.
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“Be loyal to each other in periods of trial, and confidently seek the blessing of God at Mass, Holy Communion, and prayer.”-Fr. Lovasik, Catholic Family Handbook https://amzn.to/2LGXmzH (afflink)
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Hands Free Mama is the digital society’s answer to finding balance in a media-saturated, perfection-obsessed world. It doesn’t mean giving up all technology forever. It doesn’t mean forgoing our jobs and responsibilities. What it does mean is seizing the little moments that life offers us to engage in real and meaningful interaction. It means looking our loved ones in the eye and giving them the gift of our undivided attention, living a present, authentic, and intentional life despite a world full of distractions.
With his facile pen and from the wealth of his nation-wide experience, the well-known author treats anything and everything that might be included under the heading of home education: the pre-marriage training of prospective parents, the problems of the pre-school days down through the years of adolescence. No topic is neglected. “What is most praiseworthy is Fr. Lord’s insistence throughout that no educational agency can supplant the work that must be done by parents.” – Felix M. Kirsch, O.F.M. https://amzn.to/2T06u28 (afflink)
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