Michele Chronister


Michele Chronister is a wife, and mother to two little girls. She is received her BA and MA in theology from the University of Notre Dame (’09 and ’11). She is the author of Handbook for Adaptive Catechesis, the co-author of Faith Beginnings – Family Nurturing from Birth Through Preschool, and editor of the book Rosaries Aren't Just for Teething. She has contributed articles to Catholic Digest, Catechetical Leader, and is a regular columnist for Ignitum Today. She is also the co-chair of the National Catholic Partnership on Disability’s Council on Intellectual and Development Disabilities. When her oldest was a baby, she realized that their family life had taken on a sort of monastic rhythm – eat, pray, play, sleep. Prompted by this, she started the blog My Domestic Monastery (www.mydomesticmonastery.com), where she shares inspiration for families wanting to grow in holiness.

Corpus Christi and the Mystical Body of Christ

St. Frances of Rome: Finding God in the Little Things

Downton Abbey

What Downton Abbey Can Teach Us About Beauty and Tradition

Star Wars

A Catholic Mom Watches Star Wars

Wisdom at the Door of Br. André

The Wonder of Christmas

The Great Waiting of Advent

Lessons from the Presentation of Mary

Reclaim Halloween

Reclaim Halloween

Teresa of Avila

The Love & Humor of St. Teresa of Avila