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  • What I Wanted to Say

    by Marianne Antczak

    What I wanted to say What I wanted to say (with gentleness): Dad, you’re worrying me. Your breathing doesn’t sound right. It sounds labored and difficult. It scares me. We need to call the doctor and get some help. What I said (out… read more

  • Blessings & Struggles of Being a Caregiver

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    It was a Sunday afternoon when my eldest daughter, Ella, came upstairs to tell me in a worried voice, “Grandpa says he’s going to town. I told him that it was too dangerous, but he won’t listen to me.”   I went downstairs… read more

  • Caring for Aging Parents

    by Marybeth Hicks

    Q. My dad is in his late 80s and has been in steady decline since my mom passed away a few years ago. My sisters and I all moved away from our hometown and our only brother, who lives just down the street from our father, is his primary caregiver. … read more

  • 2015 Catholic Digest College Guide

    by Paul McKibben

    Deciding where to attend college is one of the important decisions young people and their families face. If you’re raising your son or daughter Catholic, you want a school that will not only challenge them academically but also help grow their … read more

  • Bringing Out the Best in Your Marriage

    by Daria Sockey

    Teresa Tomeo is a well-known Catholic radio and TV personality. She and her husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore, have been speaking together for some time about marriage. Now they have co-authored a book, Intimate Graces: How Practicing the Works of Mercy Brings Out… read more

  • Faith on the go

    by Danielle Bean

    Faith on the go   Where are you enjoying this summer edition of Catholic Digest?   At a recent Catholic women’s conference I attended, a smiling ladyapproached me while waving a recent copy of Catholic Digest and thanking me for … read more

  • Society's New Sinners

    by Ray Guarendi

    I spoke with a mother of five children who is expecting her sixth child. She shared that she is amazed at how many people feel free to disparage her family size. She feels reluctant to tell others she… read more

  • Dads Give The Gift of Faith and Learning

    by Danielle Bean

      It was sharing time. My first-grade teacher gathered the children in class and we sat, cross-legged in the sharing circle. “We’ll go around the room,” she told us, “And tell what our parents’ jobs are.” The … read more

  • Contemplating an Empty Nest

    by Marybeth Hicks

    Q. The youngest of our four children is leaving for college at the end of the summer. He is counting the days until he begins this new adventure, but as the day of his departure grows closer, I can feel myself growing more anxious. I’m worried … read more

  • Heroic Moms

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    For Mother’s Day 2015, Catholic Digest offers readers great Mother’s Day gift ideas --but first, we highlight three mothers who exemplify heroic motherhood.   More than morning sickness It’s par for the course for pregnant mothers to … read more

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