Posts Tagged ‘parents’
In his audience today, Pope Francis exhorted the family to pray together, giving them practical tips to do so.
As part of his continuing reflections on the family, the pope exhorts parents to educate their children.
Josh speaks of the challenges he now faces in parenting a teenager while emphasizing how important a parent’s role is during these years of a child’s life.
Fathers, do you play with your kids? Pope Francis encourages all fathers to be present in their children’s lives.
Speaking to parents of newly baptized children, Pope Francis urged them to remember and celebrate their own baptism too.
October is Respect Life Month: Reflect on what this means to your family by reading this article. Can you have a bucket list before you’re even born? Dan and Jenna Haley’s unborn baby Shane has been diagnosed with anencephaly and is not expected to live very long. His mother and father decided not to wait till he was born to start building memories with him, and their story shows how precious life really is.
Pornography has become increasingly more available and accepted in today’s society. Both men and women of all ages have become entangled in the lies and pain of pornography use and even addiction, which has devastating effects on the user and his or her spouse and family. It is important that those who are using pornography […]
Pornography has become increasingly more available and accepted in today’s society. Both men and women of all ages have become entangled in the lies and pain of pornography use and addiction, which has devastating effects on the user and his or her spouse and family. It is important that those who are using pornography and […]
Pope Francis continues to speak about the family! Recent comments touch on familiar themes: the importance of parents playing with their children, and the role of labor and human dignity.
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.
Having three adopted children with down Syndrome has proven to be a gift instead of a disability for the Russo family in their day to day lives. Following the unexpected and tragic death of their young son, the family continued to find joy and strength in each other and their faith.