Liturgical Tea Parties- Celebrating The Liturgical Year With Kids

I absolutely love having liturgical tea parties with my kids! Tea parties are so quick and easy to pull together. They can be fancy or they can be simple, but no matter what the kids always have an amazing time. Today I'm going to share with you all the liturgical teas I have posted so far, and you can keep checking back because I am always adding more. Also, be sure to check out all of my … [Read more...]

How To Draw The Most Holy Name Of Jesus

I am still loving these drawing these weekly Friday how to draw videos for you guys! This week I decided to make a video for how to draw The Holy Name Of Jesus which is perfect for this time of year. The feast of the most holy name of Jesus is January 3, and in the Catholic church the entire month of January is dedicated to His holy name! This step by step video makes drawing the holy name of … [Read more...]

Golden Epiphany Eggnog- A Symbolic Liturgical Recipe

The Epiphany is 12 days after Christmas and is the day that the 3 kings arrived to visit Baby Jesus. Many families celebrate Christmas all the way through the Epiphany and it's a really great way to keep the Christmas season going! Our family loves to celebrate the liturgical year and you can find all of my resources for celebrating the Epiphany with kids here. There are many ways to enjoy this … [Read more...]

Celebrating the Epiphany With Catholic Kids

The 12 days of Christmas end with the Epiphany, which is traditionally celebrated on January 6. In the United States, the Epiphany is celebrated on the closest Sunday to the 6th, so sometimes this causes confusion among Catholics. You can definitely feel free to celebrate this beautiful feast day with your kids on either of these days. We generally like to celebrate on actual January 6 so that we … [Read more...]

Epiphany Star Sandwiches -Easy Recipe For Kids

Maybe you know or maybe you don't, but Christmas is not just a day, it's a season! Celebrating the whole Christmas season with your kids can be a great way to make them understand the true meaning of Christmas, and we love to celebrate all the way through the Epiphany! Traditionally the Epiphany comes after the 12 days of Christmas on January 6th, but it can be moved to the nearest Sunday. Check … [Read more...]

Celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas With Catholic Kids

When living the liturgical year, first comes the Advent season, then comes the Christmas season. For Catholics, Advent is a season for waiting and preparation. Christmas day starts the Christmas season, which isn't a day but actually continues. In fact, there are 12 whole days of Christmas, and they go all the way through the Epiphany! Sometimes the 12 days of Christmas are referred to as the 12 … [Read more...]

How To Draw Mary And Baby Jesus (Easy!)

These weekly Catholic how to draw videos are just getting more and more fun each Friday! This week I decided to make a video for how to draw Mary and Baby Jesus which came in through some suggestions. This is perfect for a few upcoming feast days! Obviously, this is a great fit for Christmas which is right around the corner, and it's good to keep the Christmas season going for the duration of the … [Read more...]

Most Beautiful Nativity Books For Children

Every year our family loves to do a lot of nativity crafts and activities at Christmas time, and reading the Christmas story to my kids from beautiful picture books is one of my favorite ways that we celebrate the true meaning of Christmas! Today I wanted to share my absolute favorite and most beautiful picture books that are specifically about the nativity with you. This is not an overwhelmingly … [Read more...]

How To Make A Yarn Doll Nativity (Inexpensive And Easy!)

I always loved making yarn dolls when I was a kid! I think it's a super great craft for kids because it's easy to do, you can make them inexpensively, and you end up with a cute cuddly toy that is actually fun to play with and keep around. My kids went through a phase where they were obsessed with making yarn dolls, so I thought, why not twist that to point to the true meaning of Christmas by … [Read more...]

Advent Hot Chocolate- A Liturgical Recipe For Catholic Kids

During this Advent Season in the Catholic church, what sounds like a better treat than some good 'ol hot chocolate? I think you will be surprised at how easy this Advent recipe for kids is to make! When you're trying to focus on the true meaning of the Advent season (and not have it completely skipped by the world jumping straight into Christmas) one of the easiest ways to do that is to make a few … [Read more...]