This article from Busted Halo describes how Lent can be a little bit like March Madness.
Pentecost is right around the corner. Since the dove is often used as a symbol of the Holy Spirit, making origami doves can be a fun craft for kids on this holy day.
This video from Fr. James Martin explains that although we don’t hear much about St. Joseph in the Gospel, we can learn from him.
In this video, all sorts of questions about the Catholic sacrament of baptism are answered. What is baptism? Who can be baptized? Why does the Catholic Church baptize infants?
That’s right. At our house, we don’t put up the tree until after the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Often we do it on Christmas Eve. If you tree is already up, you can have a Christmas tree blessing.
There are many beautiful Christmas light displays this year. But Jesus is our true Christmas light! We long for his coming.
A Charlie Brown Christmas emphasizes the religious nature of the Christmas holiday. But did you ever notice that Linus drops his blanket during the show?
For today’s advent activity, encourage them to make a list of all the things they already have which they are thankful for.
Today for your advent activity, why not do something nice for a neighbor? I’ve listed a few ideas below. Add your own ideas.
The annual Festival of Lessons and Carols at our kid’s grade school made me think about how Christmas carols can help us think about the coming of Christ