Catholic Mom Challenge: Striving For Sainthood in Everyday Mom Life

Catholic Mom Challenge

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Publisher: Ever Catholic
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Format: Paperback
Pages: 234
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Catholic motherhood can be a difficult and daunting task. Balancing daily family obligations, meals, and an ever-growing to-do list, while still striving for sainthood is not easy.

At Catholic Mom Challenge, we understand this struggle and have developed a comprehensive system to bolster the power of Catholicism in your life and help busy moms achieve their goals. Our system works for everyone by teaching you how to refine what works best for you.

Christian author Sharon Sterling offers humor, wisdom and her personal story on achieving success with the Catholic Mom Challenge System. Her strategies will guide you on how to live a Christ-centered life despite pressure to adopt society's self-centered norm. With customizable resources such as reflective breaks and long-term challenges, this system is designed to fit all lifestyles so that you are empowered and that sainthood isn’t an impossible dream but a real possibility within your reach.

This isn't just another book or online course; it’s an opportunity to join like-minded women in conversation while learning Catholic principles step by step which will become habits that bring out your true saintly capacity! Take the challenge now and see how our program can unlock the rewards of being a true virtuous Catholic mother!
Sterling Jaquith:
Sterling Jaquith

Sterling is a Catholic convert and evangelist. She puts out the Coffee & Pearls podcast every Tuesday. She blogs at www.sterlingjaquith.com. She is the creator of The Catholic Mom Challenge, which you can read about at www.catholicmomchallenge.com. She lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband, their three daughters and a lazy border collie. She loves speaking at conferences and retreats about her conversion story, spiritual dryness and how we can strive for sainthood in our everyday lives.

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