Catholic moms: Do you want to be the mom your kids need? Nurture your relationship with your husband? Make time for your own prayer life?
These and other needs will be addressed at the “Catholic Moms Summit,” a free virtual weekend of guidance on issues faced by Catholic moms, Friday, Nov. 13 through Sunday, Nov. 15.
Among the more than 65 women presenters will be Celeste Behe, a parishioner of our Diocese at St. Theresa of the Child Jesus, Hellertown. She is also a Catholic author and speaker, and writes a monthly column for The A.D. Times titled “The Catholic Storyteller.” Her topic for the summit will be “Keep Your Cool When the Kitchen’s Hot: Six Tips to Reduce Cooking Stress.”
The Diocesan Secretariat for Catholic Evangelization, Education and Formation is encouraging the faithful to attend. “There are a lot of moms of all ages in our Diocese who will be interested in these presentations and discussions,” said Alexa Smith, director for adult catechesis and evangelization.
Host of this world’s largest gathering of Catholic moms will be wife and mom Danielle Bean. She will also present several topics, including “Coping With a Crisis: How to Get Through Hard Times as a Family” with Cameron Fradd, and “Creative Ways to Pray All Day” with Karianna Frey.
Among the many other topics by nationally known speakers will be “How to Take Care of Your Husband (and Why it’s Important),” “How to Know When You’re Ready for Another Baby,” “Teens and Phones,” “Special Needs Parenting,” and “Balancing Act: Working From Home and Making it Work.”
The summit will open Friday at 3 p.m. and continue through Sunday at midnight. Participants will have access to more than 80 video presentations, event bonuses and the ability to engage with other moms who comment on the presentations.
For more information and to register, go to https://www.cardinalstudios.org/a/34145/uiFsN5ai.