THE FEAST OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, King of the Universe is the final Sunday in the liturgical year. This year it is Nov. 22. (The First Sunday of Advent […]
This simple devotion introduced by St. Faustina Kowalska in 1935 focuses on God’s mercy, and is easy for kids to learn. Here’s how to pray it, plus a history of the devotion and two videos you can show your kids.
We asked our families to share their favorite ideas to celebrate Halloween (with a Catholic twist) and All Saints’ Day. Grab a candy corn and get ready to chew on these creative, Catholic (and oh-so-cute) ideas from readers like you.
Halloween is only a warm-up for the real celebration, All Saints Day. Here are seven ways (and lots of little ideas) to celebrate the triumph of Christ in the saints!
Everyone loves birthday celebrations, and honoring our Blessed Mother’s birth is a party you don’t want to miss! These sweet treats are a fun and memorable way to celebrate the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary September 8.