Stewardship in the Home
Peter Fournier and Catherine Fournier
We are stewards of all God's creation, including our bodies and our homes. Organization and planning helps us carry out this responsibility of stewardship more easily. Stewardship involves making efficient use of our resources including money. This is what's wrong with 'materialism' - it's an abuse of stewardship.
The material in this section of Domestic-Church.Com will form the heart of the final book in our series "Liturgical Seasons for the Domestic Church" entitled: Food for the Domestic Church.I'll add to this part of the site while writing that book, adding more recipes, organizational tips and planning advice. What is here now, is really only a skeleton of what's possible (and what I want to say on the subject) In the meantime, I've added a table of contents to make it easier to browse through what is here now.
- Maintenance and Organization
- Contingency Planning
- Foreclosure Mess by Maureen Wittmann
- Grocery Shopping
- Bulk Shopping and Cooking
- Meatless Meals
For observance of obligations and for economic reasons.
- Christmas Breads
Favorite festive breads from many different cultures.
Maintenance and Organization
- Household Maintenance and Organization
Getting Ready For
There's more to it than storm windows.
'Fitting' Into a
When to spend, and when not to.
- Thrift Shops and Hand-Me-Downs; Keeping Them Organized
- Gardening: How is it part of Stewardship?
- Flower Gardens and Mary Gardens
- The Patron Saints of Gardening
- Stewardship and the Y2K Thing
- Food and the Y2K thing Stocking up, Storage, and Lists
- Shelter and the Y2K
Protecting and maintaining your home during an 'emergency.'
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Holiness for Housewives: And Other Working Women by Dom Hubert Van Zeller, Hubert Van Zeller