We receive minute meditations each morning in our email. Definitely a great tool to turn your heart to God for a moment of contemplation in your busy morning. You can subscribe on this site. Very nice.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
This is a fun site if your kids are tactile learners … and hungry. Clever ways of incorporating learning about our faith with food. And since there is one with Poptarts, I’m sold.
We have been preparing our daughter for receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation with the book God is Real: Sixteen Questions: One Answer. It’s by Peter Kreeft. It isn’t specifically or only a confirmation prep book, it’s really a great, easy-to-read and entertaining resource for anyone looking explore the Catholic faith. I highly recommend. I got a kindle version for the ipad via Amazon.
March 1st.7 p.m.
Wait. Is it almost March already? I know Sunday’s snow is a rude reminder that we’re still in the throes of winter … but each day is one day less until Spring has sprung. Hope to see you Tuesday!
This is a great post by one of my favorite (often hilarious), often profound bloggers. She’s an occasional contributor at Faith and Family Live. Enjoy.
They will praise you, Lord, who long for you.
And to him my soul shall live;
my descendants shall serve him.
Let the coming generation be told of the LORD
that they may proclaim to a people yet to be born
the justice he has shown.
This is part of today’s psalm (ps 22:31-32).
I can’t help but read that with the eyes of a mother, and hear it with a heart of a woman who desires to raise her own decedents–the very ones I feed and clothe in my own little home–that they too may proclaim to people yet born the wonders and perfect goodness and justice of our Lord. I often question how I will pass on my faith? Am I doing enough?
What about you? Comments welcomed.
We’re not meeting due to this impending storm. We’re just going to meet next month. March 1. Same time, same place. Same subject.