Epiphany is an ancient feast celebrating the appearance or manifestation of God to the whole world. Traditionally celebrated on January 6 (still the practice in some places around the world), the liturgical reforms of 1970 moved Epiphany to the second Sunday of January. Online you’ll find six ways you can celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord with your kids.
November is liturgically and spiritually a power-packed month. It begins with our remembrance of saints and souls, moves to the celebration of the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King […]
Here are ten ways to celebrate the victory of grace over darkness and evil this Halloween.
How’s your saintly knowledge? From our colleagues at Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly comes a fun quiz that will test your knowledge of the saints. From saintly husbands and wives, to young saints, to pope saints, sharpen up your pencils, shiny up your halo and have fun!
This is a delightful time of year to encourage thankfulness, the in between season between the feasts of All Saints’ Day and Souls’ Day and Advent. For those of us in the Midwest, a time for wrapping up fall gardening projects and hunkering down in the rain and/or snow. What better time to get out the crayons, markers, and glitter glue and go to town on giving thanks through art? Teaching Catholic Kids has ideas.