There’s something about a Christmas tree that draws one to it. Even though your tree is probably bone dry and headed to the curb (or to its box in the storage space if your tree is artificial), who among us doesn’t take heart in a living thing that thrives and grows year-round and maintains its color even in the harshest of conditions? Evergreens are an important symbol during the Christmas season in the Church. But why? What is it about the evergreen that it has become such an enduring symbol of our Catholic faith? Find out online.
Cherishing the gift of time
Time. In today’s world, there never seems to be enough of it. As the speed of family life continues to increase, how we use our time together (and even the […]
Green up your space
Come to the Table: Evergreens around a candle or mixed with pine cones make a beautiful centerpiece for a dining or coffee table and serve a daily reminder of God’s […]