Bridget Green


The youngest of 16, Bridget Green is a Catholic, wife, and mother to six children. After being homeschooled through high school, she attended Seton Hall University where she earned a Bachelors degree in English and Religious Studies (with a concentration in the Christian Tradition) and minors in Latin and Catholic Studies. Currently, she and her family live in her hometown of Newark, NJ. When not busy with homeschooling her own growing brood and otherwise caring for her family, she writes about it all at her blog, Life at Le. Rheims.

Why Remembering Miscarriages Matters

Every life matters.  As a Catholic and a staunch pro-li […]

5 Reasons for Getting to Know Your Parish Family

Our parish is supposed to be our home, right? And yet, […]

Want to Be More Attentive at Mass? Sit with Kids

When I look back on my days before kids (and I have to […]

5 Ways to Foster Your Daughter’s Vocation to the Convent

Recently, I wrote up a little piece about fostering voc […]

Penciling in God: Making Time to Pray in a Busy World

6:30 AM — Wake up. Mildly curse alarm clock. Stum […]

5 Ways to Foster Your Son’s Vocation to the Priesthood

Vocations.  We all have one.  It’s a special gift […]

5 Steps for When Your Prayer Life Is in Survival Mode

We’ve all been there, right? Life throws us a few […]

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