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Watch Dr. Morse on EWTN

November 23rd, 2014 No comments

November 26 at 8:00 pm and 28th at 7:30 am–FIFTY SHADES OF GRACE NOT GREY: FINDING PURE LOVE IN A PORNIFIED WORLD: A discussion of Bishop Paul S. Loverde’s letter: “Bought With A Price”, the impact of pornography on EWTN’s The Catholic View for Women.

Smart Sex – Finding Life Long Love in a Hook Up World – CDs

November 22nd, 2014 No comments

smrtSexAudioNo time to read? Not a problem. Get this  three-CD set, based on Dr. Morse’s best selling book of the same name and listen while you drive!

Dating is difficult, especially if you’re looking for a serious relationship and not just a casual hook-up. If you or someone you love is hoping to get married and stay married, get this CD set for yourself or as a Christmas gift for a friend. Find it here.

Do you prefer turning pages? We’ve got you covered. Get the book here.

Pst! There’s also a digital read-only version for only $4.99 here! But don’t tell anyone!

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Donut hands

November 22nd, 2014 No comments

Some churches provide donuts after Mass for parishioners to munch while they mingle. This is a great bribery tool for parents who want their children to behave well at church. One son drew his Mother’s attention to his folded hands during Mass, saying “Look, Mom, donut hands!”

And here’s a little something from a friend of mine who teaches religion. This is CLASSIC!

I had my students do a journal entry for Isaac when he was going to be sacrificed by Abraham. Here is the end of one girl’s entry:
“….We sacrificed a ram instead. Then we went home, and as we were walking, my father said to me, more

Tip #38 from 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage

November 19th, 2014 No comments



Give your spouse the benefit of the doubt, even in your mind. If you find yourself mentally rehearsing your grudges, change the subject. Harboring negative thoughts will make you sour.

Have you ever taken a picture of someone right as they sneezed? Those pictures never turn out well. And sometimes when we talk, we say something we didn’t actually mean; it didn’t come out right. Sometimes we’re just having an off day and speak or act more harshly than we normally would. If your spouse does something out of the ordinary, in a hurtful way, he or she may just be having an off day. Give him or her some space and time, and think of that incident as the moment when he or she sneezed as the picture snapped. Throw the photo, and the incident, out of your mind.

Get a copy of 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage for yourself and those you love. Click here to have it personalized and autographed by both authors.

Tip #51 from 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage

November 17th, 2014 Comments off


Remove your self-esteem from the argument. You have a choice about how to handle not getting what you want. If your self-esteem depends on always being right, your self-esteem will always be fragile.

Base your self-worth on the knowledge that you are beloved by God. Don’t let a momentary exchange define who you are and how much you like yourself.

Get a copy of 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage for yourself and those you love. Click here to have it personalized and autographed by both authors.

Kids say the funniest things

November 14th, 2014 Comments off

My four-year-old daughter was so excited that I put bubbles in the bathtub she said, “I’m so happy I could just scream like a little girl!” Thank you for saying so rather than doing so.

Another time she asked my husband, “Dad, did Jesus make your hair very small?” She’d never seen him getting a hair cut, nor seemed to notice every time it was shorter, so it seemed a valid question.

My seven-year-old daughter was making mistakes with her math worksheet. She wasn’t paying attention to whether or not it was an addition or subtraction problem, as it kept changing on her. I said, “Pay attention to the symbol. The symbol is key.”

She responded in a flowy voice: Read more…

Seven Steps to Sexual Peace

November 13th, 2014 Comments off


“The Seven Steps to S*xual Peace manual for healing is the fruit of many discussions over the course of many years with many people on all sides of the marriage debates. Whether you have been a victim of the S*xual Revolution or an active participant, or whether you have been watching on the sidelines as your loved ones suffer, the Seven Steps to S*xual Peace program has the capacity to change your life.” ~Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.

Many of us come with baggage these days. There’s no need to let it define you or weigh you down. In fact, you can overcome your past weaknesses completely, finding forgiveness and peace along the way. Allow Dr. Morse to help you with this handy Manual for Healing for only $10.

Get a copy of The Seven Steps to S*xual Peace for yourself and those you love, and begin your journey today.

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Seventy-Seven Non-Religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage

November 10th, 2014 Comments off


Do you support natural marriage, but don’t know how to explain why, especially without reaching for a Bible?

Let us make it easier for you! Read 77 Non-Religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage and/or simply have several copies on hand to give to people when the topic comes up.

For example: Reason 67 says, “Same s*x marriage separates children from at least one of their parents, not due to extraordinary circumstances, as arise in adoption, but as a routine procedure.”

This is a 10-panel, accordion-folded pamphlet. It’s easy to read and easy to mail to a friend in a standard-sized long envelope.

It is offered both as a paper pamphlet for $2.50 and as a digital “read only” download for only $1. You can find it here.

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What 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage can do for you

November 10th, 2014 Comments off


“At last! A good and reliable guide to what it takes to make a marriage work and make it last a lifetime. The authors show us that a successful marriage is more about being good than feeling good. Being a good spouse is about being a good person.

Virtue is the key to a happy marriage as it is the key to a happy life. If love is about laying down our life for our friends, marriage is about laying down our life for our best friend. This little gem of a book should be read by every married couple and by those planning to get married.”

~Joseph Pearce, author of The Quest for Shakespeare

Find 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage here. Get a personalized, autographed copy for yourself or a friend here.

A statement made in households the world over

November 8th, 2014 Comments off

My seven-year-old caught me on Facebook when I was supposed to be helping the kids with their night-time routine.  She proceeded to scold me: “Mom, you better get off that computer ’cause that won’t put us to bed!”

She was so right.

-Anne, mother of 5

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