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Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. Drawing again upon the richness of our Catholic tradition, Stacy explores authentic Christian feminism as she guides teen girls into the world and Word of God. Most of us think we are relatively happy, while at the same time knowing that we could be happier -- maybe even a lot happier. Ordinary people and the finest philosophers have been exploring the question of happiness for thousands of years, and theories abound.
But this is not a book of theory. Resisting Happiness is a deeply personal, disarmingly transparent look at why we sabotage our own happiness and what to do about it. The Little Oratory.
With simplicity and holy wisdom, authors David Clayton and Leila Marie Lawler show you how to bring peace to your home by integrating your family into the calm, truly joyful way of Mother Church. Her feasts and seasons, prayers and devotions are gifts that draw us closer to God and unfold before us His marvelous plan of salvation. To help you live the Liturgical Life of the Church more fully, David and Leila reclaim here an almost lost tradition that families used for centuries to build a beautiful bridge between home and church: the little oratory.
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Michael E. Gaitley, MIC, author of the bestselling book Consoling the Heart of Jesus, comes an extraordinary day journey to Marian consecration with four giants of Marian spirituality. It also comes as a program with study guide and videos for your group. A Mother's Rule of Life. Do you want to be a better wife and mother? To have more order in your life?
To grow in union with God? Are you desperate yet? Learn from Holly Pierlot how to craft a Rule that's right for you and your family. Then use that Rule to help God draw you, your husband, and each of your children into Heaven. No discussion questions. And keep in mind it may not suit every mom's temperament, but everyone can still learn something from it.
Martha, Martha, you are anxious and troubled about many things. This is the book that can help any frazzled Martha become more spiritually focused, more holistically fulfilled, and more mentally prepared than ever before. Discover practical tips that will help save time and your sanity. And there are lots and lots of practical tips. It makes for a great spring board for discussion of what works for you. A discussion guide is available on the website, www.
Control Girl. Learn how you too can lay down this burden of trying to control everything and find rest in surrendering to the One who truly is in control. This is a non-denominational book, not specifically Catholic, but certainly relatable to all Christian women. Walking Together. Mary DeTurris Poust looks honestly but hopefully at today's culture, where people feel increasingly isolated despite the advent of myriad gadgets designed to keep them "connected.
Readers will find here the guidance and encouragement to take the next step in developing spiritual friendships in their lives, one of the basic necessities of spiritual life. Each chapter concludes with "Food for Thought"--reflection questions and a prayerful meditation. Good Enough is Good Enough. The truth about parenting is that you don't have to get everything right and your family doesn't need to be perfect.
Colleen Duggan learned those lessons through years of struggling with unrealistic expectations. In this frank and intimate story, Duggan explores the emotional and spiritual healing that needed to take place in her life in order to be the parent, spouse, and follower of Christ God created her to be. Sharing both funny parenting moments and difficult times of self-scrutiny, Duggan invites us to join her in experiencing God's healing mercy and shows how to allow that healing to rejuvenate our lives and revitalize our families. Does anyone know if any discussion questions come with this?
Therese of Lisieux. This spiritual classic has long been beloved by Catholics for its wondrous distillation of the teaching of St. It's perfect as a personal retreat when you have only a few moments to spare each day and for spiritual reading anytime and anywhere. Jean C.
There is also a study guide and leader's guide that go along with this book. Many women, courageously facing questions their mothers and grandmothers would never have encountered, are finding intellectually and spiritually satisfying answers within the framework of their Catholic faith.
Nine such Catholic women -- varying widely in age, occupation and experience -- share personal stories of how they struggled toward the realization that the demands of their faith actually set them free. Their stories -- full of honesty, but ultimately hope -- shed new light and new clarity on women's continued attraction to the Catholic faith. You're on your own for discussion questions. Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love.
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Study questions with each chapter make this a valuable resource not only for individual personal reading, but also for small group study. Drawing from her life experiences, Michaelann Martin offers ways that will help women improve their prayer lives, communicate with their family, and find fulfillment in their vocation. Each chapter includes questions that mine the rich teaching of Scripture and the Church to help women apply those principles in their own lives.
Those who seek to grow in holiness as wives and mothers will benefit greatly from this study. Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World.