[Guest post by Carrie Gress] My husband hates the snow. In it he just sees bitter cold and heaps of work to shovel up. While I have sympathy for his disdain of winter, my own experience has given me a much different perspective. I grew up in Oregon, close to the Cascade Mountain range. My […]
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Imagine placing this little prayer beside your child’s bed as a loving reminder of who they are and why God made them. We are delighted to offer this print as a complement to our newest book. On a Mission to Love: Rosary Meditations for Children and Families Rooted in St. John Paul II’s Theology of the […]
by Debbie Staresinic Many who are familiar with Theology of the Body (TOB) know that St. John Paul II identified the problem with the modern world as a fundamental lack of understanding of the meaning and purpose of the human person. Said differently, if we don’t know who we are and why we’re here, we’re going […]
by Debbie Staresinic Mary laid Jesus in a manger, a feeding trough, as a hint that one day He would be bread for the world. Moreover, Jesus was born in Bethlehem, a town whose name means “House of Bread.” Scripture is filled with signs and symbols foreshadowing the Good News of the Gospel. Carefully construed, […]