Category: Parenting

The Forgotten Virtue: Modesty In Dress

The Forgotten Virtue: Modesty In Dress

Dress for both men and women has changed dramatically during the last fifty years. Much of what is worn today is meant to expose rather than conceal the human body.

Does Sex Ed Undermine Parental Rights?

Does Sex Ed Undermine Parental Rights?

Unless a broader parental opt out is added, New York City’s new policies will continue to usurp parents’ just (and constitutionally recognized) authority.

Ideas for Sanctifying Halloween, All Saints Day and All Souls Day

Ideas for Sanctifying Halloween, All Saints Day and All Souls Day

Suggestions and ideas to create a Catholic atmosphere in the home (Domestic Church) for Halloween, All Saints Day and All Souls Day. Includes the Litany of the Saints and De Profundis (Out of the...

Learning to Forgive – Angry students repress their feelings, but there is another option.

Learning to Forgive – Angry students repress their feelings, but there is another option.

Our research and clinical studies demonstrate that forgiveness can diminish angry feelings, hostile behaviors, and aggressive, obsessive thoughts.

Generation to Generation: Nurturing the Faith in Our Homes

Generation to Generation: Nurturing the Faith in Our Homes

From the moment we hold our child for the first time, we care for his physical needs. We feed him, clothe him, and clean him. Yet he has deeper needs than physical care he...

You Must Know the Reasons Behind A Behavior to Change It

You Must Know the Reasons Behind A Behavior to Change It

Because of the you must know why myth, you may think that really good parents should be psychologically slick enough and insightful enough to elicit their children’s true inner feelings (as opposed to false...