As many of us are confined to our homes with the recent coronavirus pandemic, the question of how to stay connected to faith has emerged. One way to continue our faith practice is through a Holy Hour/adoration at home. Now a Holy Hour without the presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is admittedly strange. However, it does not mean that prayer, faith and adoration is not possible. Go online to discover how to have a holy hour and home adoration.
Five Catholic books every home should have
In today’s post you’ll discover five books that mom and bookworm Sarah Reinhard recommends for every Catholic family, from the Bible to the Catechism to Lord of the Rings.
What Catholics need to know about making their homes a domestic church
The Catholic presence stretches around the globe, and its numbers are increasing worldwide, according to statistics from the 2011 Annuario Pontificio (“pontifical yearbook”). Approximately 1.18 billion belong to the big […]
What should I do with all of my unwanted stuff?
Unless your house has been featured on A&E’s “Hoarders,” there comes a time when you feel the tendency — no, the need — to clean out. This feeling also reminds […]
Your Catholic home
The Catholic Faith, always and everywhere, is an embodied faith. It’s a faith of sacraments and sacramentals, of liturgical rituals and liturgical gestures. It’s a faith that recognizes that all […]