Fraternitas is LIVE!

June 27, 2015

fraternitasIt is the feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, and that means Fraternitas is LIVE!

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Everyone gets a free download of “Be Not Afraid: A Book of Quotes for Catholic Men”.

Here are details for first book of the month, The Little Oratory!

The Little Oratory

Keeping a faithful prayer life isn’t easy.

From herding distracted children to managing the seemingly endless litany of prayers and devotions, our spiritual life all too often feels frantic and burdensome.

This isn’t the way it should be.

Our prayer life, our family life, and our work life should — and can! — be in harmony.  When they are, our family is a powerhouse of grace, and Our Lord transforms our home into a little Eden — a little bit of heaven on earth.

With simplicity and holy wisdom, authors David Clayton and Leila Marie Lawler show you how to bring peace to your home by integrating your family into the calm, truly joyful way of Mother Church.  Her feasts and seasons, prayers and devotions are gifts that draw us closer to God and unfold before us His marvelous plan of salvation.

To help you live the liturgical life of the Church more fully, David and Leila reclaim in these pages an almost lost tradition that families used for centuries to build a beautiful bridge between home and Church: the little oratory.

Building your own little oratory is simple, and in these pages you’ll discover just how easy it is.  In fact, you likely have most of the pieces in your home already except, perhaps, the sacred art.  That’s why we’ve included here eight full-colored icons that are ready for framing, enabling you to get started right away!

By following the wise advice in this book, you’ll discover the peace and love that flows from a home that is focused on Christ.  You’ll also learn . . .

  • How to use sacred art to strengthen your prayer life
  • How to extend Catholic beliefs and devotions into every room of the house
  • Why the Liturgy of the Hours is important and how it can make your family holy
  • How to pray the Rosary with children and keep the rowdiest of them calm and reverent
  • The active role children can and should play in the prayer life of the family
  • What to do when only one parent takes the spiritual life seriously
  • How to overcome the feeling that you’re too busy to pray
  • Practical ways to extend the liturgical life into your workplace
  • And countless other tips to help you practice your faith in the heart of your home.


“This is one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever seen.  How I wish I’d had it when I first became Catholic, not just for myself, as a husband and father, but for my family, too. If one book has the potential to transform the Catholic family (and society), this is it.”
Dr. Scott Hahn

“This book is a rare treasure.”
Thomas Howard

“A superb guide to making that encounter of thirsts a lived experience in the home.”
Christopher West

“An indispensable resource for anyone seeking to make their home a breeding ground for holiness.”
Andreas Widmer
author of The Pope and the CEO

“Leila Lawler and David Clayton offer wisdom and grace to Catholics seeking to make their homes a holy shelter.”  
Elizabeth Foss
Founder, In the Heart of My Home

“Wonderful, inspiring, and deeply practical.”
Joseph Pearce
Editor of The St. Austin Review

“A great blessing to Catholic families.”
Stratford Caldecott
an Editor of Magnificat UK

“A perfect guide for any family who strives to make their home a place to experience the majesty and beauty of the Divine.”
Father Robert Reed
President, CatholicTV Network

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Sam Guzman


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Reader Interactions


  1. Mr. Michieli says

    I’ve tried to join several times and it won’t take me to a sign up screen when I click “sign up”.

  2. Eric says

    I also have tried to sign up, but I never get the confirmation email. I’ve tried with multiple accounts also.

      • Eric says

        I understand that the initial membership was limited. I figured that I would at least get on the waiting list. I entered my email and I get to a page that says i should receive a confirmation email. I never get it. Kind of confusing.

  3. MissesC says

    Wow! This is amazing blessing for me. I am an iconographer, by God’s choice, who was looking for a direct call to action. I think this might be IT.
    God Bless You!


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