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We can’t stop our kids from listening to rock music but we can teach them how to discern the good from the bad.
Let us observe our duties in our daily living but let us give what is due to our God as well.
Make ourselves available for others and celebrate God’s goodness and kindness.
Our kids may still be little but if we teach them right, they can already make a difference in helping care for and preserve the environment.
The Lord calls and invites us to bear good fruits to be shared with others.
Parents of teens know that their young adults are still vulnerable and this is one of their greatest fears apart from their security.
The Lord will always invite us to stay with Him for we are His own.
Involving our young graduates in home concerns whether by chores or financial contribution sends the clear message: they are with us and belong in our family.
In today’s gospel: To be generous is to follow God who is merciful and loving.
LGBT advocacy group Task Force Pride encourages non-LGBTs to show their support by sharing stories of coming out, acceptance, and bravery.
Jesus is not just for our personal salvation. He is for all, for everyone.
A love for books has many benefits. Here are the many reasons to pick a book and the many places where you can buy one.
Those who want to see the veil may check the schedule in this story.
It’s a time for thanksgiving and for being more mindful of God’s creation.
Theres no manual to being a parent. Sometimes it’s all just instinctive. But here are parenting style identified by decade-long studies. Do you see yourself in any one of them?