Posts Tagged ‘gratitude’
How does your family handle the Easter bunny and other cultural, non-religious traditions? Josh provides some insight from their family.
Looking for Lenten resolutions to do with your spouse? Try these, inspired by Pope Francis!
Pope Francis talks again about the three most important words for married couples and families.
Gratitude dispels anger. If you are angry at your spouse, think of the times when he/she did something loving for you.
Pope Francis reminds parents of the importance of slowing down and taking time to play with their children and spending time together as a family.
As a couple without children, it’s easy to get too focused on what we “don’t” have. But what we do have is pretty remarkable.
Have you noticed that we often try to express our gratitude to someone by giving them a gift, i.e. something that costs money? Stacey reflects here on an experience that taught her that there’s no greater gift one can give than the gift of self. Free, but far from cheap.
For a printable PDF version, click here. Breaking Open the Theme As Adam recognized Eve as God’s gift to him, likewise spouses should recognize each other as God’s gift in their lives. Marriage is “a school for nurturing gratitude for the gifts of God and for openness to the gifts of God that are proper […]