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Mary and Her Boys

A Mary Moment Monday post Having a son has made me look differently at my husband. It’s also made me consider St. Joseph in a new light, too. Granted, my little guy’s a Joseph himself. And my husband has long been a model to me...
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My Favorite Big Book [updated]

I’ve looked high and low for years for the Catholic equivalent of the Bible story books I had as a child. It’s not that I don’t like the ones I had as a child; it’s that I want to share the delight of Tobit, the...
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An Inside Look at Behold Your Mother

I was honored to have the opportunity to interview Heidi Hess Saxton about her newest book, Behold Your Mother. (I reviewed it a while back here.) The book is available at Amazon.com, or from Heidi’s website (she’ll autograph it for you, and doesn’t that just...
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One Mother to Another

I tried to zip through it. Goodness knows, I have had it long enough to have been done with it long before now. But I just couldn’t. Behold Your Mother: Mary Stories and Reflections from a Catholic Convert might sound like it’s a stuffy book....
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Not Just for the Mommy Readers

There was a time when I considered the seven deadly sins to be something that, well, other people should concern themselves with. I mean, I’m a busy woman and it’s unlikely that I have time to commit them, much less to learn about them. Julie...
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Have You Thought about Slowing Down?

My new book, Word by Word: Slowing Down with the Hail Mary, is now available!

Welcome Baby Jesus this Advent!

Welcome Baby Jesus: Advent and Christmas Devotions for Families, by Sarah Reinhard (in English and Spanish)

Walk with Mary During Your Pregnancy

A Catholic Mother's Companion to Pregnancy

The Solution to Stir Crazy

Catholic Family Fun

Yes, You CAN Succeed at Lent (and Easter)!

Welcome Risen Jesus: Lent and Easter Reflections for Families, by Sarah Reinhard (in English and Spanish)


Catholic convert/wife/mom/reader/writer enjoying the idiosyncrasies of life on a farm with critters and kids

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