Setting priorities and better communication top the list of five tips to make your marriage happier
Jennifer Fulwiler reminds us we all have unique families, and gifts we can share with them
Both the sign of the cross and this sweet-smelling herb help us uncover the true cross of Christ
A program that opens the hearts and minds of Catholic men is coming soon.
As parents, it's our responsibility to help our kids grow in holiness and give the Lord first place
Worry less, pray more when it comes to letting go of your child at any stage
Planning, treats and patience can help you prevent and manage meltdowns at the grocery store
Bishop Boyea asks us to think about children, and ourselves, as gifts from God and how to sacrifice generously.
Strawberries and Prayer help you share the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus with your family this June
Should the majority choose, or is there an objective truth?
Invest in a reliable babysitter this summer to help your kids find a balance between fun and structure
Father Dwight Ezop shares his surprise at his father's ability to assist others with their grief
Saying "Thank you" as we go about our days reminds us who is really in charge
Jill and Zac made a courageous decision to love their baby for as long as God gave her to them
Couples with different opinions on homeschooling should discuss the pros and cons before making this important decision
Following God's plan for married couples means living a life of discipline to achieve excellence in love
Prayer and support can help you negotiate different post-divorce parenting styles
Ways to motivate your teen to do chores, along with a reminder about doing the little things for the love of God.
This married saint and pediatric specialist gave up her life so her daughter could live
Spouses should remind each other to not speak unkindly about other people, as part of a healthy, holy marriage.
Discussion guide based on stories in this issue of FAITH for personal reflection or small group discussions
How to be independent but still honor your parents when you live with them.
Setting realistic expectations and being aware of your child's feelings can help you and your foster child feel more comfortable
What do they do? The only thing worse than being an underappreciated ge...
She says: I think we should sacrifice to have no debt Daniel thinks a growing b...
Work and family life should complement and not compete with each other.