by Ed Harpring Recently, I had the privilege to attend the USCCB Pro-Life Directors’ Conference in Phoenix. One of the highlights was the keynote address by Bishop Olmstead of the diocese of Phoenix. You may be familiar with his highly acclaimed exhortation challenging men to reclaim their Christian masculinity and boldly live the virtue of … Continue reading “Trust The Truth”
by Martine Bacci Seigel August is a time when we head back to school and start settling into a routine. This allows us time to get back to basics and for busy families, basics can help mute some of the chaos back to school can bring. Kim John Payne is the author of “Getting back … Continue reading “Back To Basics”
The recently begun school year brought with it the smell of fresh pencil shavings, the squeak of shoes on newly waxed linoleum and a new round of stonewalling to the question, “What did you do at school today?” For generations, the most common answer to this question has been “Nothing,” followed closely by “I don’t know” … Continue reading How to Get Your Children to Tell You about Their Day at School
Do you remember John Lennon’s album from the early 1980’s, Double Fantasy? It was released just three weeks before his untimely death and ended up winning the Grammy in 1981 for Album of the Year. As someone who was very much into music at that time, I will never forget how the songs from that … Continue reading (Just Like) Starting Over . . .