Now that many of us give online through automatic donation, how do we teach kids what it means to tithe?
My relationship with my grandparents planted some of the seeds for my adult conversion to Christianity.
St. Bartholomew reminds us that when we support our children’s participation in church youth programs, they will be transformed by their connection to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
There is no better time than fall to start new traditions, get back into parish life, and dive into faith with your family.
My dad didn’t just explain football to me—he and mom explained what was going on in church too: what we were doing and why it was important. Now I do the same.
I was reminded on Sunday that people make a church a home. Physical structures cannot compare to God’s spirit shining through God’s children.
I am blessed as I watch my child grow. She is blessed as she learns she can be part of leading liturgy.
The first time my children worshipped without me in the pew next to them, something remarkable happened.
At the end of the day, respect is not just a social virtue — it’s a theological virtue too. Sharing worship with my kids is one more opportunity to practice.
Parenting a child with special needs is living with the beloved child you have and not the one you had imagined.