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Support Fulton Poppe and the “Friendly Face Forward” Startup Fund

Lisa Hendey encourages our CatholicMom.com community to support the Friendly Face Forward drive to support the inspirational work of child advocate Fulton Poppe. Learn how you can support this critically important mission.

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God has plans for young burn victim, say parents

Despite scars, 5-year-old Fulton Poppe meets stares with burn safety information

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Parent says rosary quilt aids in teaching prayers, virtues

Greenwood mother Cassandra Poppe helps her four children learn and understand the rosary by making simple quilts with a fabric rosary using silk rose petals instead of beads. She published an activity book to share her method with other parents and teachers.

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The Catholic Prayer Guide

Greenwood mother Cassandra Poppe helps her four children learn and understand the rosary by making simple quilts with a fabric rosary using silk rose petals instead of beads. She published an activity book to share her method with other parents and teachers.

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Articles by Cassandra

Why Must We Continually Keep Our Heads in the Sand?

Our world, in many ways, has begun to crumble.  Even the most level headed of my friends are beginning to question the sort of future our children may have.  ISIS is on everyone’s mind these days, as are their numerous atrocities.  Confusion among matters of the faith among Catholics. Escalating number of natural disasters.  Trouble in our own government.  And sometimes people closest to us seem to be turning on each other like vicious dogs, ready to devour anyone who dares express different opinions.

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When the Love of God Hurts

Crosses. Suffering. The human race has been plagued with hardship ever since that fateful day in the Garden of Eden, when Adam and Eve desired more than the goodness God had already given them. And from that point on, most viewed suffering as a punishment from God – until that first Good Friday when Our Lord transformed punishment into a blessing.

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