As we head into summer, Sarah Damm suggests packing a few key spiritual items to keep us connected to God, prayer, and our faith.
Sarah Damm reviews a new decorating book that encourages us to decorate our homes with what inspires our love for fall.
Not much going on this summer? Sarah Damm offers five ways to hit the reset button, gain a fresh perspective, and grow in our faith.
During this month of Mary, Sarah Damm suggests 6 ways to honor Our Blessed Mother in and around our homes.
Wondering how to live liturgically during autumn’s ordinary days? Sarah Damm shares simple and meaningful ideas that promise not to overwhelm.
Looking for simple ideas for summer fun? Sarah Damm has compiled a list of summer-themed posts that will inspire you to have the most enjoyable season yet.
As the school year winds down, are you starting to look for entertaining and wholesome reads for your children this summer? I have compiled a list of Catholic summer books for kids, broken down by age range (plus a bonus one for Mom).
As August begins, are you planning one last road trip or weekend getaway to the beach or cabin? Before the kids head back to school, we often desire to soak up the sun and savor the last days of summer. Even if we don’t have school-aged children, we can still have a back-to-school mindset as fall approaches. For autumn seems to be the season when we return to a more organized routine, while summer permits more leisurely activities and lingering moments….
With Lent less than one week away, many of us are taking time to decide how we want to spend this prayerful and penitential season. What prayers will we say? How will we fast or sacrifice? Where will we give alms? One of my favorite Lenten practices is finding a new spiritual book to read. When we read spiritual books, we are inspired to grow in holiness, and our insights into the Catholic faith are deepened. Spiritual books can include…
If my bookshelves could talk, they would tell you of my love of books. Yes, I am a bit of a bibliophile, and I enjoy reading a good book with a steaming cup of tea. And while I have read many good books over the years, very few enter the category of “best books.” You know the ones. The books that are more highlighted than not, the ones you return to again and again, the ones you praise from the rooftops. When…