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Heart of the Family

Author : Margaret Daley
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A Christmas Conundrum Women, Dr. Jacob Hartman knew, were a mystery. Take the first time he met social worker Hannah Smith at the Stone Refuge home for foster children. The woman stared him down as if he'd come at her with castor oil. Why? His past was full of heavy-duty heartache, but he was positive they'd never met. And as a former foster child himself, Jacob was deeply touched by how much she cared about the kids at the home, how loving she was—to everyone but him. Which was where, he figured, the mistletoe came in!

Head Heart Becoming Spiritual Leaders for Your Family

Author : Katie Warner
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Husbands and wives. Fathers and Mothers. Breadwinners and Homemakers. As men and women, we have many ways of approaching our roles in family life. But what if we could find even deeper meaning in our God-given vocations by viewing ourselves as the spiritual head or the spiritual heart of our family? In Head & Heart: Becoming Spiritual Leaders for Your Family, author Katie Warner unveils seven characteristics of strong spiritual leaders and provides practical tools for leading and loving our families toward heaven. "May this book help many of our families go forward confidently and joyfully, taking up God’s plan for marriage." —Most Reverend Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix “This fine book normalizes holiness for each family member and shows how within reach it is.”—Patrick Coffin, host of Catholic Answers Live “This book is for anyone who wants the Catholic faith to play a stronger role in marriage and family life, but isn’t sure, practically, what to do.”—Dr. Edward Sri, author and professor of theology, Augustine Institute Katie Peterson Warner is a spirited Catholic wife, stay-at-home mother, and evangelist who helps others take small steps toward more meaningful and spiritual lives. Katie is a correspondent for the National Catholic Register, a contributor to Integrated Catholic Life, a speaker, and the segment host of the EWTN series Catholics Come Home. Katie works for the apostolatesCatholics Come Home and VirtueMedia as the Manager of Communication and Evangelization. She is also a presenter for the Augustine Institute’s acclaimed Symbolon and Opening the Word faith formation programs. Learn more at CatholicKatie.com

At the Heart of Work and Family

Author : Anita Ilta Garey
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At the Heart of Work and Family presents original research on work and family by scholars who engage and build on the conceptual framework developed by well-known sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild. These concepts, such as "the second shift," "the economy of gratitude," "emotion work," "feeling rules," "gender strategies," and "the time bind," are basic to sociology and have shaped both popular discussions and academic study. The common thread in these essays covering the gender division of housework, childcare networks, families in the global economy, and children of consumers is the incorporation of emotion, feelings, and meaning into the study of working families. These examinations, like Hochschild's own work, connect micro-level interaction to larger social and economic forces and illustrate the continued relevance of linking economic relations to emotional ones for understanding contemporary work-family life.

Family of the Heart

Author : Dorothy Clark
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In her silk finery, Sarah Randolph knew she was no more a nanny than the haughty widower before her. She'd made a profound error in judgment. How long would it be before Clayton Bainbridge cast her out? She vowed to pack up her trunks and return to Philadelphia at once. But that city held memories of her lost fiancé, and sweet little Nora Bainbridge desperately needed some mothering. Sarah might not be an expert in child rearing, but she knew a few things about grief. The pain in Clayton's stormy blue eyes told her that her journey here must be part of God's larger plan for them all….

Stretch mark My Heart Building Our Family through Adoption One Child or Two at a Time

Author : Niki Breeser Tschirgi
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Beginning with infertility and one couple’s struggle with building their family, Stretch-mark My Heart dives headlong into the fragmented world of the US foster care system. Following the adoption journey of Matt and Niki Tschirgi (pronounced Sure-Gee), this book lays the groundwork from start to finish regarding what it takes to have a child permanently placed in your home for adoption. Through fostering, private adoption, open adoption, and foster-to-adopt, Niki recounts the lonely and grievous road of infertility, her and her husband’s decision-making process to choose adoption, the hard work and perseverance to get licensed to be foster parents, and the finalization of six adoptions. Discover how the Tschirgis became a blended family over the course of six years and doubled their family size while moving from Washington to Texas. Stretch-mark My Heart will immerse you in the complicated process of accepting and loving into your home children who were born out of trauma, abuse, and neglect. See how each child was uniquely meant to be a part of this family. Travel along this bumpy yet inspiring road and explore many facets of adoption, including sibling-group, multiracial, infant, and older-child adoption. Although heartbreak, trials, and the unknown are present throughout this book, triumph, miracles, unconditional love, and belonging overshadow the pain and loss of infertility, as well as the brokenness inherent in being a child in foster care. Stretch-mark My Heart will help you understand the intricate and detailed plan that God had for a family to be built together by the power of choice… the choice of adoption.

Family Sacred Heart Enthronement Liturgy Catholic for a Reason IV

Author : National Enthronement Center
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Included here is a history of the Sacred Heart enthronement, and detailed guidelines for how to dedicate one’s family to the Sacred Heart. Also included are the prayers for the dedication.

Family Relationships the American Heart

Author : Terry Herron
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Food in Film

Author : Jane Ferry
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Sex Freedom and Power in Imperial Germany 1880 1914

Author : Edward Ross Dickinson
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This is a study of debate over sexuality and sexual morality that roiled politics in Germany between 1880 and 1914. All parties involved understood it to be a debate over the most fundamental question of modern political life: how to secure both national power and individual freedom in the context of rapid social and cultural change.

Family Estate Planning Guide

Author : Frederick K. Hoops
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