Catholic Families posted by The Industrious Family Team on November 20, 2019Home › Catholic Family Life
This guide is for everyone. It's for those who are members of Catholic families, for those who want to have one, and for those who simply misunderstand them.
Catholic families are the cornerstone of the societies in which they live and work. They have built hospital systems, educational institutions, businesses and thriving cultures all throughout the world.
This is your guide, filled with answers to all the questions you may have about Catholic families.
What exactly does Catholic family life look like? How do Catholics incorporate their faith into their daily lives?
Well for Catholics, there is no such thing as a private life and a public life. There is no separation between the two and for a faithful Catholic his religious practices permeate his entire life.
The year is filled with holidays and celebrations. Sacramentals are always close at hand. There is an abundance of relatives. Prayer and activities are frequent. This is the way it has been for a millennia and it is a key to building healthy societies. To get a glimpse into the hallmarks of Catholic family life click here...
Devotions, especially devotion to the Most Holy Rosary, not only keep Catholic families on the right path but they also earn graces for the world.
Families who pray the Rosary take time every day to meditate on the Gospels. The Rosary focuses on the events in the life of Our Lord and the fruits of those holy events. Many graces are received by families who pray together.
The graces received through the Rosary overflow into the world establishing peace and stability. The more Catholic families pray, the more peace is attained. Peaceful times are prayerful times. Learn more about the Rosary and other chief Catholic devotions here...
Catholic children have an advantage over their peers at gaining happiness as adults while making far fewer mistakes and contributing more to society at large. When pondering what makes the best kind of student, employee, or professional, similar qualities come to mind. They are content, willing, and helpful. Consider this...
What kind of person do you want as your neighbor, boss, or caretaker? Someone who is virtuous, reasonable, and prudent? Yes, yes, and yes.
Catholic children grow into these types of people by the very nature of the way they are raised. They are people who are content and willing to help others. They are virtuous and reasonable. It was no mistake the greatest civilization the world has ever seen was built by these types of people. To read more on the specifics of how Catholic children are raised instilled with qualities that we all admire, click here...
Our gift giving guide discusses the right attitude toward gift giving as well as a list of many gift ideas for all occasions, featuring:
Imitating the Holy Family and praying for their help and protection helps families become happier and holier. Copying Mary's collectedness, Jesus' obedience and St. Joseph's trust in God's Will creates an atmosphere of peace inside the home, come what may.
If the structure of families is sturdy, soundness will spill over into society at large. For action items on how to imitate the Holy Family click here...
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