This article by Andrea Robinson entitled: "Texas teens spend spring break helping with SWLA hurricane recovery" was published by KPLC from Lake Charles about the Service Project.
LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) - A group of young people from Texas spent their spring break in Southwest Louisiana to help with hurricane recovery. Catholic Charities is just one agency partnering with Texas groups like the Westcott Study Center from Houston - a faith based organization that challenges young men to grow.
A few new ebooks from classical spiritual authors have been recently made available on the ebooks section of WhereYouAre: The Interior Castle and the autobiography of St. Theresa of Avila, The Love of Jesus Christ by St. Alphonsus of Liguori, Holy Abandonment by Vital Lehodey, and The Interior Life by Joseph Tissot among others. The complete list of recently added or updated books can be be found at https://where-you-are.net/books/recent.
A series of videos produced by Canavox featuring Ana Samuel addresses how to help your children navigate gender ideology. They are very much worth watching:
St. Josemaría Escrivá wrote in 1955: "In North America, a Shrine to the Mother of Fairest Love". Following that dream, a group of members and cooperators of Opus Dei based in California are planning to turn that suggestion into a reality. The promoters are actively searching for a piece of land that could host a Shrine dedicated to the Mother of the Fairest Love. They are also soliciting ideas and spiritual and financial support to bring such an ambitious project to a successful completion. For more information about this initiative visit their website: https://www.fairestloveshrine.org.
It is becoming increasingly important for young people to receive good formation from a very young age in the area of human sexuality and human love. This sets the stage for young men or women to successfully integrate their sexuality into their life of virtue, and lay a strong foundation for safeguarding their long-term happiness in life. Such a task falls primarily to parents. It is often recommended that fathers talk to their sons and mothers to their daughters. However at times parents may find such a task difficult, and could benefit from encouragement, and good resources. The following articles are highly recommended to help parents in such a task:
- Tips for Talking to Your Kids about Sex: The Elementary School Years.
- Tips for Talking to Your Kids about Sex: The Middle School Years.
- Tips for Talking to Your Kids about Sex: The High School Years.
More resources that can be useful for parents and those counseling them can be found here.