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About Us / Re: What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on August 08, 2019, 11:09:42 AM »
This week over at the forum we’ve been chatting about many things, including liturgical living for the Feast of St. Dominic (and meal ideas for that!) We also have some great parenting conversations going on, including how to help kids spend money they’ve saved, and our thoughts on whether our boys should wear nail polish! So feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you! https://livingthesacrament.com/register/
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About Us / Re: What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on July 18, 2019, 01:26:58 PM »
This week over at the forum we’ve been chatting about a wide range of topics, including new NFP/fertility awareness charting apps, procedures for treating laundry stains, and how to help kids transition to kindergarten with a new school year quickly approaching! So feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you! https://livingthesacrament.com/register/
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About Us / Re: What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on July 02, 2019, 01:34:15 PM »
There has been some helpful conversations going on at the forum this week! There was an inquiry about a list of NFP instructors who teach long distance (so drop a comment if you want to be added!) We’ve also been discussing how to appropriately keep babies cozy in the winter, reminiscing about playing with paper dolls and introducing them to our own children, and discussing ideas for traditional wedding anniversary gifts, among other topics. So feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you! https://livingthesacrament.com/register/
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About Us / Re: What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on June 21, 2019, 08:27:22 AM »
This week on the forum we’ve been discussing lots of fun topics, ranging from diaper bags compared to backpacks and how to decrease house clutter, especially toys. (Konmari, anyone?) We have also been chatting about lots of books and movies, including our favorites, classics for kids, and parenting books! So feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you! https://livingthesacrament.com/register/
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About Us / Re: What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on June 05, 2019, 11:17:50 AM »
Happy feast of St. Boniface!
This week on the forum we’ve been discussing some tough topics including risks of contraception, and how you can help if you’ve experienced that, along with the new book “The Suffering Church,” by Bishop Barron on the abuse scandals, and also the complex topic of abortion and rape, as well as some fun things like dinner recipe ideas and house decorating ideas! So feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you! https://livingthesacrament.com/register/


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About Us / Re: What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on May 29, 2019, 12:34:50 PM »
This week on the forum we’ve been geeking out about ovulation and peak (of course! We’re an NFP forum!) along with discussing homeschool curriculum, Ascension Thursday vs. Sunday, recovering from C-sections, and how to be a Catholic parent in an anti-Catholic culture, along with many other topics! We are also finishing up praying May devotions together for the month of Mary, so feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you! https://livingthesacrament.com/register/


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About Us / What’s new on the forum this week?
« Last post by Joy on May 21, 2019, 12:12:23 PM »
Thanks for stopping by! This week on the forum we’ve been discussing what to do when fertility symptoms don’t align, recipe ideas, audio book recommendations, along with many other topics. We are also continuing praying May devotions together for the month of Mary, so feel free to stop by, register for an account if you haven’t already, and come join us! We’d love to chat with you!

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About Us / Re: History of LtS
« Last post by Domestic Engineer on November 06, 2015, 06:24:06 PM »
Well, thank you all for your efforts. I appreciate them. :flowers:

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About Us / Re: History of LtS
« Last post by CC on November 06, 2015, 03:36:33 PM »
I believe the council and a few other original members knew each other online from a different forum and branched off to make this one.

Yes :) we made this as a catholic resource since other methods allow barrier use, withdrawal, ect so other forums naturally discuss that often.
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About Us / Re: History of LtS
« Last post by Kristin on November 06, 2015, 01:31:49 PM »
  I think there are a few others involved in the foundation of the forum, but not in leadership roles.  Still,  everyone in the beginning I know we are all grateful for!!

Yes agreed! So thankful!!

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