“Building Your Financial Foundation Workshop For Newly Married Couples” – October 7th and 28th, 2017

The Family Ministries Office is proud to announce the first of its many upcoming programs designed to assist and accompany couples in the critical first few years of marriage! Did you know that many of the critical issues facing newly married couples today have their roots in financial areas?  Come and join other couples in their first 5 years … Continue reading “Building Your Financial Foundation Workshop For Newly Married Couples” – October 7th and 28th, 2017

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“Saving Your Best for Your Spouse”

by Deacon Derrick and Mistianna Barnes Mistianna and I have been together in our lives, between dating and marriage, more than we have been apart.  And I would love to tell you that we are the perfect couple, never fighting, always in perfect harmony and lock step in the way we see that things need … Continue reading “Saving Your Best for Your Spouse”

“The Fullness of Love in the Face of Loss”

by Michelle Herberger Pregnancy is often a time filled with hope and expectation. The new life growing in the womb is a sign that life continues and there is promise for the future. It is no wonder that couples look forward to their ultrasounds where they get a glimpse of their growing miracle. However, for … Continue reading “The Fullness of Love in the Face of Loss”

“Our Lady Of Fatima”

by Ed Harpring The month of May draws our attention to Mother’s Day. This year we have the added focus on Mother Mary’s role as our heavenly mother with the ongoing Centennial of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima celebration taking place around the world (including the Archdiocese of Louisville) and Feast Day on … Continue reading “Our Lady Of Fatima”

“How Almost Everything About Your Mother Comes Down to Neurochemicals”

by Martine Bacci-Siegel Mother’s Day should be a joyful celebration, and our mothers deserve a special day. But what about the day after Mother’s Day? And the 363 days after that? What can neuroscience teach us about how to celebrate and treat our mothers every day? While psychiatry and neuroscience are incredibly complex fields, some … Continue reading “How Almost Everything About Your Mother Comes Down to Neurochemicals”

“Motherhood Is . . .”

by Deacon Stephen Bowling In the liner notes of his 1975 album “Windsong”, the late John Denver wrote about how he had tried to record the sound of the wind in order to incorporate it into the album which carried its name, but for some reason, he “could never capture the sound on tape so … Continue reading “Motherhood Is . . .”