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Saints Joachim and Anne: Love of Children, Love of God

Saints Joachim and Anne: Love of Children, Love of God

Known for being the grandparents of Jesus, Saints Joachim and Anne are one of the few married couples the Catholic Church recognizes as saints. Their lives provide us with an example to follow as we seek to nurture children to know and love the Lord.

See this article on September 22, 2014...

What is your opinion?
What is it that makes the “Cheerios Dad” so great? (Feel free to follow the link in the article to take a look!)?
His involvement in daily family life
 
His obvious love for his family
 
How his life reminds you of yourself and/or other dads you know
 
I did not watch the commercial
 




Last Week's Poll   
Looking at your calendar, does it have any faith-related activities marked down?
No, I go to Mass, but I do not need a calendar to remember that!
 
22.72%
Some. It has activities like teaching religious education, bringing my kids to youth group or other volunteer opportunities.
 
39.47%
Yes, I use my calendar to remind myself about feast days or daily devotions.
 
32.28%
I do not even have a calendar!
 
5.53%

Total Votes: 7249

 
NEO