Exciting things are happening at the Catholic Mom’s Summit headquarters! We now total 80 woman presenters from a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, and states-of-life. We’re all eager to bring you top-notch content that will address the needs of new moms, grandmoms, spiritual moms, and everyone in between! Plus, we’ve got a beautiful new trailer you’ve got to watch!
I’ll be sharing my path to healing and the wisdom I gained from it in my presentation, “Forgiveness is R.A.R.E.” at the Catholic Moms Summit November 13-15. Registration to this amazing online conference is open now. The best part is that it’s FREE!⠀
The gentleness, wisdom, and simplicity of the holy monks opened Paula Huston to the beauty of the Catholic Church and led her into the life she embraces as a Camaldolese Benedictine Oblate.
Confusion and uncertainty can lead to hopelessness and even depression. Here are five things to do when you don’t know what to do.
It’s a common misconception that St. Catherine of Siena was a Dominican nun. In fact, she was a Dominican tertiary – a laywoman who followed the Rule of St. Dominic. At age 21, she had a vision in which she experienced a “mystical marriage to Christ” and was instructed Read more…
“Springtime of the Church” is a new Simply Holy podcast series that explores the unique and often little-known ways in which lay persons serve the Church as members of Third Orders, Oblates, Secular Institutes, Prelatures, Associations of the Christian Faithful, Ecclesial Movements, New Communities, Apostolates, and more. Listen to the premiere episode.