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For the umpteenth millionth time, my mom saved the day.
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A slice of apple cake a day to keep the quarantine blues away

Do you like to bake while in quarantine? Here is a recipe for a delicious apple cake.
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Five tips for teaching your kids at home (without losing your mind)

I would like to offer some suggestions to make this time not only easier, but worthwhile.
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A Lenty Lent, benefits to working from home, pants with nobody inside them, and more (7 Quick Takes)

We have only two weeks left until Easter, and I can’t decide whether Lent has been fast or slow. It’s just been…very Lenty.
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A quarantine concert

Letting things be might be the hardest thing about this crisis. Recognizing that things are outside my control is never easy. But it’s especially hard to know that the greatest and most selfless gift I can give to others is to do nothing.
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An Annunciation Reflection: What God may be asking of us

Often it doesn’t matter what you decide to do for Lent. Sometimes your Lenten journey finds you. So, here we are.
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A lesson in God’s love

Our younger son hurried into the room holding a water glass full of forsythia he had cut from the bushes in our yard.
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Love is greater than distance

Going to the cemetery can be emotional, but it can also be very peaceful and spiritual. I think about what a fleeting time on earth this is for each of us.
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An evening walk, March Madness fun, working from home, and more from our week (7 Quick Takes)

Want to read about that topic that’s on everyone’s minds? Then you probably want to click away. These quick takes are distancing themselves from that conversation again this week as I share bits from our lives.
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The man from Hershey

Suzanna Molino Singleton finds inspiration in the man who championed outreach to Haiti in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Education in the time of coronavirus

Catholic parents should seize this as an opportunity to reinforce our beliefs and values in our children.
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Making our own March Madness fun

In the midst of my nephew's disappointment, he came up with an idea. Everyone in the family could pick two favorite fictional characters, and he would build a bracket.
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