February 24, 2016

February’s Blog of Note: A Catholic Mom in Hawaii

A Catholic Mom in Hawaii

February’s blog of note, A Catholic Mom in Hawaii, has long been a fixture in the Catholic blogosphere. It is the creation of wife, mother, pro-life advocate, resident of Hawaii, and devoted Catholic, Esther Gefroh, who since April 2006, has contemplated, observed and celebrated the six seasons of the Church’s liturgical year. In addition, Esther writes about numerous issues concerning the Church, including; the sanctity of life, natural marriage and the family, Catholics of heroic virtue, both past and present, the persecution of Christians around the world, books of interest, devotions, prayer, current events within and impacting Catholicism, and much more. One thing that has always impressed me about the site is the sense of community and fellowship evidenced by readers’ comments and contributions [i.e. of articles, reflections and ideas]. Moreover, each Lent, [and at other times during the year] Esther posts recipes for families to prepare, as well as her own personal insights into the Lenten observance. A Catholic Mom in Hawaii’s every offering will inform, encourage and inspire. Despite it transpiring on a blog, there is nothing virtual about Ms. Gefroh’s online apostolate or her very real life of faith. Reading this blog has made me a better person, especially in discerning the will of God and striving to live in the imitation of Christ. 

Here are Esther’s other noble ventures:

A Catholic Mom in Hawaii is well worth your time and frequent visitation. I encourage you to make it a part of your faith related internet itinerary.

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