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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Daughters Forever, Sons Forever

Many parents have asked me when should we be talking about sexuality issues with our adolescents or teens. My reply: all the time! To get started it will be helpful to use Daughters Forever, Sons Forever Curriculum. This book helps parents connect with their adolescent and teen about faith, sexuality and family values. If you don't get started talking about all things that matter, your adolescent and teen will find answers somewhere else!

We help prepare parents for this role by introducing them to a number of important topics during our  Parenting Teens: Building Strong Futures parent workshops. The St. Agnes Schools has invited us to present this workshop on Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 8:30 to 5:00 pm. You are all invited to attend. Then we travel to Baton Rouge to put on a similar workshop for parents of adolescents and teens. This program will be available in Spanish and English and will be held on April 27. 2013.

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Daughters Forever, Sons Forever Curriculum

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes

Isn’t this a beautiful stained glass image? It was sent to be by Rachel Curling of Texas. 
Stained Glass images are so beautiful in color and artistry. I love the detail!  

Rachel pointed out that this is an image representing The Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes which is right around the corner. February 11, 2013! Thanks for sharing this image with me Rachel. And thought you all would appreciate me sharing her generosity with you! Linda Kracht

Rachel's note to me on 2/5/2013:  
Great blog! Thanks so much for sharing!
I think we can help each other. I am a stained glass artist who creates art, but I am not much of a writer. You write, but you could probably use some images to help you get your message across.

February 11th celebrates the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. I have attached a stained glass window we made for the occasion. If you want to feature a window as an illustration for one of your blog posts, I would be honored. I would appreciate attribution and a link, something like: “Stained glass window by Stained Glass Inc. “ or “ Stained glass image courtesy of”.

Here is the direct link to the image on our website  and a link to the image itself Please let me know if you choose to use our image. I’d love to see it in your blog.
Thank you and God bless,
Rachel Curling