Family Living

August 2021

Aug 30

The myth of the "perfect" family

by Lorene Hanley Duquin Chances are you already have an image in mind when you think of the “perfect” family. Perhaps it’s a family in your parish or in your neighborhood. Perhaps it’s what you imagine other people are saying about your family! The problem with the notion of a “perfect” family — whether...
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Aug 23

In your family, three steps to healing the wounded heart

by Bishop Shelton J. Fabre, OSV Newsweekly For many people today, life can be painful and poses numerous challenges. Challenges in life arise in both expected and unexpected manners and can cause hurt or wound human hearts. The struggles of people with wounded hearts dealing with very personal issues, such as divorce and same sex attraction, can...
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Aug 16

Empowering kids to make good choices

By Constance Carlson August is here, and with it comes school, sports, lessons, clubs and an entire range of extracurricular activities. Calendars get so full they need an extra page for the overflow. So, how does your family manage it all without going crazy? More importantly, how do you help your kids make good choices for themselves? Pull the...
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