Why Camping is the Ultimate Father-Son Activity


by Jack Charles • Eureka! Tent Blog Regular campers appreciate the solitude and tranquility of a remote campground, but while camping is a great way to get away from the city or suburban life, it’s also a great way to form stronger connections with family members. This is especially true on father-son camping trips.  Dads have … Continue reading Why Camping is the Ultimate Father-Son Activity

THE NECESSITY OF YOUTH MINISTRY


by Fr. Damian Ference • May 23, 2016 • worldonfire.org Recently, one of my priest colleagues here at the seminary emailed me about a new essay on youth ministry. The piece was entitled, “The Problem With Youth Ministry,” written by the young, brilliant, prolific, and envy-inducing, Marc Barnes over at Bad Catholic. Barnes is almost half my age, yet I … Continue reading THE NECESSITY OF YOUTH MINISTRY

IF DAD TAKES FAITH IN GOD SERIOUSLY, SO WILL HIS CHILDREN


From Knight Strong STUDY CONFIRMS NEED FOR FATHERS TO TAKE THEIR FAITH SERIOUSLY A rather large and important study conducted by the Swiss government in 1994 and published in 2000 revealed some astonishing facts with regard to the generational transmission of faith and religious values. In short, the study reveals: “It is the religious practice of … Continue reading IF DAD TAKES FAITH IN GOD SERIOUSLY, SO WILL HIS CHILDREN