Catholics will celebrate three important feast days in late spring: Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit; Corpus Christi, the Body and Blood of Christ; and Trinity Sunday, three persons in one God. Teaching Catholic Kids has creative ways your family can celebrate, including activities, crafts and more.
Check out some family friendly ways to get the conversation about the Ascension of the Lord started.
Does your diocese celebrate the feast of the Ascension of the Lord on Thursday (which is then a Holy Day of Obligation)? Or on Sunday? Here’s why there’s a difference: […]
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.
Veneration of Our Lady of Guadalupe, whose feast day is December 12, is not limited to Catholics of Hispanic heritage. Indeed, she is the patroness of all America: North, Central and South, as Pope Pius XII designated in 1945. How did this come about? Find out online.