Preparing for Easter offers families the perfect opportunity to slowdown and prepare for the celebration of Christ’s resurrection. As with all holidays, we may find ourselves making lists, running errands, […]
Easter marks the high point of the entire liturgical year. Here’s how to celebrate the season with your kids.
Oh, is there no greater joy to be felt than every Easter when we read of the stone being rolled away and the angels declaring, “He has risen!”. As we leave Mass on Easter morning, perhaps the sun is shining on us. Maybe the early birds have returned from their winter away, flitting and calling among the open branches. Some of us may jump over puddles of melted snow on our way to our cars or homes, thankful for warmer days. Maybe you are holding your child’s hand as you walk and wonder how you could make this joyful moment last forever. Talk About It: How do you carry the light of Easter with you throughout the year?
Candles, lilies, sweet breads, lamb — which of these Easter symbols will be on your table? Find out their significance in today’s post.
Every day during the Octave of Easter, we hear a different Resurrection story. Share these stories with your kids to learn not only about the Resurrection, but its implications for all of us.