Michele Chronister

By

Michele Chronister is a wife, and mother to three little girls and one little one in heaven. She received her BA and MA in theology from the University of Notre Dame (’09 and ’11). She is the author of a number of books, including Handbook for Adaptive Catechesis, the co-author of Faith Beginnings – Family Nurturing from Birth Through Preschool, editor of the book Rosaries Aren't Just for Teething, as well as an assortment of Catholic children's books. In addition to writing, she also homeschools her daughters, and is the social media manager for the Office of Natural Family Planning in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. 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.

Embracing the Cross of NFP in a Time of Crisis

Suffering with the Victims of Clerical Abuse

What the Solemnity of the Assumption Teaches Us About Our Vocation

What the Solemnity of the Assumption Teaches Us About Our Vocation

Back to Homeschooling with St. Therese of Lisieux

Back to Homeschooling with St. Therese of Lisieux

St. Alphonsus Liguori and the Cross of Mental Illness

St. Alphonsus Liguori: Bearing the Cross of Mental Illness

Humanae Vitae for Catholic Millennials (and the Whole World)

The Last Jedi and St. John Paul II’s Theology of Women

The Last Jedi and St. John Paul II’s Theology of Women

A Catholic Response to #WhereAreTheChildren

A Catholic Response to #WhereAreTheChildren

Why Catholics Should Care About Racism

Why Catholics Should Care About Racism

Spiritual Motherhood and the Evolution of a Seminarian

Spiritual Motherhood and the Evolution of a Seminarian

MENU