Are you drowning in stuff? Does the clutter in your home cause you anxiety? All Catholics are called to practice minimalism. We know we should store up treasure in the Kingdom of God, not here on Earth but what does that look like day-to-day?
How do you practice minimalism with a large family? What does homeschooling minimalism look like?
What if you have roommates or a multi-generational household? Do we have to give up our smart phones?
Follow Sterling on a journey as she explains how minimalism will bring you more peace and freedom. She will guide you step-by-step through your home with suggestions for how to embrace this lifestyle all at once or in baby steps. With explanations for unique living situations, you’re sure to find tips for how to live minimalism in our modern society by choosing the Lord over the shiny things of this world. And yes, you can keep your smart phone!
Do you feel anxious just thinking about the months of November and December? Are you worried about decorations, presents, and trying to survive your crazy family? This is not what Jesus has in mind for the holiday season.
Be Merry is a practical book about how we can avoid the common anxious and depressed feelings that wash over us during the holidays. Find out how to squish your envy bug, how to give your family to Mary to find peace, and more!
It’s possible to have a joyful holiday season! Come find out what can help you to set yourself up for success this year to draw closer to Christ and to find more peace in your life.
Being a single Catholic woman can be frustrating, especially in today’s world that seems to revolve around text messages, dating apps, and very little actual dating. Movies and television show a skewed version of love and marriage so singles are left without much guidance for how to discern God’s will for their lives or what to do in the meantime.
This book is about hope. It’s raw and real and genuine. It’s filled with the messy truth about true love. Read these 37 real stories from Catholic women about how they met their husbands. There are no airbrushed actors or sappy soundtracks here. You’ll discover the ordinary, and sometimes extraordinary, ways that God brings two people together and calls them to the sacrament of marriage.
WARNING: This book has mature content and may not be appropriate for people under eighteen. Though all mature content is handled through a Catholic lens, we still advise parent discretion.
Catholic moms are called to sainthood, but what does that look like among the piles of laundry, the mounting to-do list, and the stress of getting dinner ready? The Catholic Mom Challenge system blends the power of Catholicism with discrete steps that busy moms can take to manage their lives while still striving for sainthood.
This system works for everyone because it will teach you to always be refining what works for you. It’s about treating life as one big experiment where we run tests, keep what works, and toss what doesn’t – it’s always evolving to meet your needs. Sterling uses humor and wisdom to share her story along with tips for how to live a Christ-centered life in a self-centered world.