I am kind of in a tough spot.
My mom is a (mostly) practicing Catholic: she brings us kids to Mass on Sundays, makes sure that we receive the Sacraments, and doesn’t miss a single day of holy obligation. However, when it comes to practicing the faith at home, there isn’t a whole lot. Recently she fractured her foot and I gently hinted that she could pray a Rosary while she was resting her foot. She decided not to, and later that day she was telling me how it’s practically impossible for her to fit praying the Rosary into her day. :shrug:
She told me a couple days later that she knows she is lukewarm but doesn’t really care. I don’t know what to do. Jesus told St. Faustina that it was the lukewarm souls that caused him the most agony in the Garden of Gethsemane. I recognize that my mom is doing a great thing by taking us to Mass and providing a reasonably solid base for our Faith, but I wish she could cultivate it at home a little more. Am I asking too much, and should I back off?