“I’m not sure she remembers my name, but she knows this man across the table holding her hand loves her.”
Sister Constance is considered a spiritual mother by many of the residents, who said they will honor her on Mother’s Day.
We can honor special women in our lives, even those not gifted with the physical role of motherhood.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, a handful of bishops shared memories of their moms on a recent podcast by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The moms’ group at St. Boniface Parish in Cold Spring decided to make Mother’s Day about helping other mothers this year.
Motherhood is lifelong and deeply heartfelt commitment can only be called a vocation — is that, even as we hold our children to our hearts, we prepare them for independence, for “their going.”
Pope Francis has spent his papacy reflecting on the role of mothers in society and trying to bring that maternal warmth to the Catholic Church.
For the past 69 years, flowers have shown up at the statue of Mary courtesy of an anonymous donor. Though parishioners enjoy the sight of the lovely flowers, no one has figured out who the donor is.