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Road To Emmaus Printables, Crafts, And Activities For Kids

Teaching your kids Bible stories, especially the stories of the Gospels, is so important. When I reach kids on their own levels and teach them about the story in fun and hands on way, I find that it helps them remember and internalize what they learned. This Sunday's Gospel is the story of "the road to Emmaus". This is when the risen Jesus walks with the disciples on the way to Emmaus, but he … [Read more...]

Ideas For Celebrating A Quarantined Easter Sunday

Well Easter Sunday is almost upon us, and with the world under a pandemic and many social distancing, a lot of us are going to be celebrating at home this year. And that's ok! I just wanted to send out this special edition post to offer some last minute ideas for making your Easter celebrations at home meaningful and easy for you. You can find all of my Christ centered ideas for celebrating Easter … [Read more...]

Eggless Easter Egg Hunt Idea (Craft And Activity!)

We may not have access to eggs, and we may not be able to gather in groups and maybe we can't even go outside, but we can still have a fun egg hunt! This fun Easter egg art project delights kids, and is a fun and easy way to keep them occupied! You can find more of my quarantine Easter celebration ideas here.  How To Have An Eggless Egg Hunt The idea is that you color paper eggs to make … [Read more...]

Last Supper Tea Party For Holy Thursday (Christian Seder Style)

This year many families will be celebrating Holy Week in their homes, and Holy Thursday is a big part of that! This is an important day in the liturgical year that can be amazing to celebrate with your kids. As we love to have liturgical teas, I thought, why not have a Christian Seder style tea party for Holy Thursday, and so that's what we did. I would love to share my Last Supper tea party menu … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Guide for Celebrating Holy Week With Kids!

When living the liturgical year with kids, holy week is a really big and excellent week to include! The most important thing is to help keep your family focused on the true meaning of this season, and remembering that this is the last week of Lent. Easter starts on Sunday, but to help hold off on Easter celebrating until the actual Easter season begins, you can try to get your family involved with … [Read more...]

25 Cheap and Easy Meatless Meal Ideas (NORMAL Food!)

Are you looking for normal Meatless Meal ideas for Lent? The kind you can afford, kids will actually eat, and aren't sprinkled with goat cheese or pine nuts? Well, I made a list of "normal" food that is meatless to help me on Fridays this Lent, and I thought I would share it with you. Here goes! Meatless Family-Friendly (And EASY) Dinner Ideas Cheese Pizza- I mean it doesn't have to be … [Read more...]

How To Set Up A Lent Table- Lent Home Altar Ideas

During Lent, we like to have a Lent table where we can set objects that remind our family of the liturgical season. These kinds of tables can have multiple names such as prayer tables, or home altars. It doesn't have to be a table either- any surface will do, including a shelf. You can read my basic post about how to set up a home altar here. This is a simple tradition that can really keep your … [Read more...]

Heart Shaped Shortbread Cookie Recipe

My kids love cookies and I have a soft place for them in my heart as well! They're so small and adorable and I love how special they seem on feast days, like St. Valentine's day. Cookies can take on almost any personality and this heart shaped shortbread cookie recipe is absolutely perfect for St. Valentine's day! These cookies are adorable and certain to please a crowd and put a smile on your … [Read more...]

Living The Liturgical Year At Home- How To Get Started

Do you want to celebrate the liturgical year at home, but you don't know where to start? Or maybe you don't even know what living liturgically means. Either way, you have come to the right place. So, what is the liturgical year? There's no reason to be confused or intimidated by this terminology. The liturgical year is just another way of saying church year or christian calendar. The term … [Read more...]

Trinity Resources For Catholic Kids

With Trinity Sunday right around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to round up these Trinity resources! Of course, I'd say the most famous reference to the Trinity is St. Patrick with his shamrock, but I just can't seem to get in the shamrock mood in the Summer time. It's just a March kinda thing for me. So... I'm going to keep this post St. Patrick and shamrock free. You can find … [Read more...]