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Green Catholic Burrow
Author: Desiree Hausam Article Title: “Me & My House: A Catholic Parenting Course” Media Type: Blog Takes just 5 minutes to read. Date Released: June 13th, 2019
A convert to the Catholic Faith, Desiree is a mom of 9, a coffee addict (understandably), and a freelance writer. Over at Green Catholic Burrow, Desiree writes about the highs and lows of the conversion process, and in general about the beauty of the Catholic Church and living out the Faith in today’s culture. Desiree reviews “Me & My House” and reminds fellow parents that no matter what stage of parenting you are at today, it’s important to remember that there will never come a time when you stop learning. She is pleased with the program’s faith-filled and full-orbed approach to childrearing and explains the importance of an Imprimatur on Catholic resources.
Are you a pro at parenting? Probably not. None of us are. As Sara points out, there’s always something new to be learned about our kids. Sara is a mathematician, former teacher, occasional artist, and the face behind the beloved blog, “To Jesus, Sincerely.” Sara chronicles the day to day adventures of a mom of 4 living a life in pursuit of virtue, encouraging her readers to continually strive towards holiness. Today she reviews “Me & My House,” and says that what most drew her to the program is the tangible and practical advice on how to parent in the Catholic faith.
Homeschooling mom of 5 and chronic sweeper, Alicia is the writer behind this playful and inspiring blog in which she catalogues the little dust piles of her day to day adventures. This blog helps her to remember to love the life behind the mess, and reminds others to appreciate the moments that led to the mess, dirt and piles of laundry in the first place. Alicia reviews “Me & My House” for her readers, highlighting her favorite parts of the program and giving credit to Canadians for their chill attitude to life, most likely a result of actually being chilly for a large part of the year.
An Army wife, and social-worker turned mommy blogger, Anni writes about her faith, parenting, and the adventures she embarks upon with her family. After spending a part of her life exploring various other religions, Anni returned to her Catholic Faith a few years ago and has since dedicated herself to the pursuit of happiness and holiness, the kind only found within the teachings of the Catholic Church. Anni enjoyed reviewing the “Me & My House” program as it made her feel empowered in her already faith-focused approach to parenting.
Mom of 3 under 3, Gessica is also a virtual assistant, musical enthusiast and enjoys cooking, crafting, and Pinterest. Gessica’s blog is intended to help others on their spiritual journey towards sainthood, and just like you, she’s still figuring it out herself. For Gessica, “Me & My House” isn’t just another overwhelming parenting resource, but rather a practical and useful guide for Catholic parenting that she is excited to share with her online community.
Young parents, Megan and Mike McCabe, talk to Patrick about the founding of Evango and how he’s answered God’s call to evangelization through a series of small steps. Together they discuss how “Me & My House” is helping good parents become great, allowing them to go to bed a little less anxious and with fewer parenting regrets. Patrick puts special emphasis on the dangers of an idle and bored mind and challenges parents to help grow their kids’ imaginations.
Megan and Mike’s “Wealth of Marriage” podcast is about a couple’s journey towards a beautiful and holy Catholic marriage. They also own Boho Handmaids, a home-based business of handmade religious jewelry for special occasions as well as everyday use.