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living faith in everyday life

I live in Ohio. I’m married to a great guy and we have four children. I’m a writer (of both books and much more). I’m also an avid reader.

If I’m not off hiding somewhere with a good book, chances are I’m chasing a kid or a dog or sleeping, because every mom can use a nap! I found Prince Charming and married him, and now we enjoy the idiosyncrasies of life. Oh yeah, and we root for the Buckeyes. Every time.


What people say about Sarah’s writing:

Catholic Family Fun – Sarah Reinhard offers endless imaginative ideas to keep your growing family happy, entertained, engaged, and even educated, as you create splendid memories together.


Lisa Hendey, author, speaker and founder of

Word by Word caused my to stop, think, and really reflect on who our Blessed Mother is and the important role she plays in bringing us and keeping us close to Jesus.


Teresa Tomeo,Catholic talk show host, author, and international speaker.

A Catholic Mother’s Companion to Pregnancy – The guide to pregnancy that Catholic women have been waiting for.


Hallie Lord, writer, speaker, and radio show host.

The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion is packed full of reflections that are both insightful and eminently relatable. Five minutes with this book will get your day off to a great start.


Jennifer Fulwiler, Catholic radio host and author of Something Other Than God

If you talk to anyone involved in Catholic media – whether it be books or blogs, podcasts or radio, television or online video — eventually you’ll hear the name Sarah Reinhard.  She’s an amazing author and a vital part of the modern Catholic media world, and someone worth paying attention to.


Greg Willits – author, speaker, and co-founder of Rosary Army, New Evangelizers,, The Catholics Next Door, and other apostolates.

Sarah is an honest, passionate writer who effortlessly weaves words together as if she’s having a conversation with you. She’s able to take matters of faith and relate to them to everyday moments of life. Her reflections on the Holy Mother draw you in, and it’s clear that Sarah has a true devotion to this Leading Lady. Sarah’s writing is like a really good cup of coffee: It goes down smoothly and warms you from the inside out.


Kate Wicker, author and speaker

Over at her blog, Snoring Scholar

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