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Resurrection Rolls (4 Ways To Make Them And A Printable!)

Resurrection rolls are one of my family's favorite traditions to make year after year at Easter! They are also known as "Empty Tomb Rolls" because when you bite into the cinnamon sugar awesomeness, they're totally hollow just like the tomb on Easter morning! Over the years I have tried many variations of the resurrection rolls recipe. I have made them from scratch, I have made them from canned … [Read more...]

Symbolic Holy Week And Easter Cookbook (Great For Kids!)

Do you want to teach your kids the true meaning of the passion and resurrection story during this important church season? Don't let Holy Week pass by this year without involving your kids with the true Easter and resurrection story! The Symbolic Holy Week & Easter Cookbook is chock full of meaningful and symbolic recipes to engage your children in the true meaning of these Lent and Easter … [Read more...]

Printable Lenten Meal Planning Pages And Recipe Cards

I am so excited to be putting together my Weaving the Faith binder, and I just couldn't wait to put together some Lent specific pages designed to be used with this system! This pack includes printable recipe pages, printalbe recipe cards, and meal planning pages that are all themed for Lent! There are also a few meal planning pages specific to Holy Week. There is also a page dedicated to helping … [Read more...]

World’s Most Delicious King Cake Recipe EVER!!!

King cake has been a dish that has been traditionally made and eaten on different Catholic feast days, including 3 Kings Day (the Epiphany) and also Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday). There is a baby Jesus hidden inside the cake, it is shaped like a crown, and now it generally features the New Orleans colors of purple, green, and yellow. These are also the symbolic colors of wealth and royalty! You can … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Liturgical Living Book- Weaving The Faith

Brace yourself for the most comprehensive resource ever released by Catholic Icing! For almost a decade, you have been asking for Catholic Icing The Book, and y'all... this. is. it!!! I have been envisioning this book for 8 years now, and using a version of it at home myself even longer than that. Giddy doesn't even begin to describe how I feel in having finally pulled together this beautiful … [Read more...]

Celebrate Santo Niño de Cebú- A Feast Day For The Christ Child

The feast day of Santo Niño de Cebú comes each year on the third Sunday in January, and is a big celebration through the country of the Philippines. This is a devotion that centers around an image of the Christ child, and celebrates the conversion of the Philippines to Christianity and attracts 1-2 million people per year. What a beautiful image of the Christ child to have a special devotion to! … [Read more...]

How To Celebrate Our Lady of Altagracia- Feast Day Ideas

Our Lady of Altagracia is a well known title of Our Lady from the Dominican Republic. She is also known in Spanish as Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia,  which means Our Lady of High Grace, or Our Lady of Thanks. This virgin comes with an amazing story, sure to captivate you and your children! Her feast day happens each year on January 21, which is a national holiday for the Dominican Republic. … [Read more...]

Celebrate St. Brigid’s Feast Day – Traditions And Resources

Saint Brigid of Kildare is a well known Irish Saint, and the feast day of St. Brigid happens every year on February 1. This is a super fun feast day to incorporate when living the liturgical year at home! You can read here about how to celebrate Saint feast days at home with your kids, and you can find more Saints to celebrate in February here. Today, let's look at some ideas to Celebrate St. … [Read more...]

Baptism of the Lord Activities For Kids

The Baptism of the Lord is a feast day that happens for Catholics every year in January. As Catholics, we generally baptize as infants, but Jesus was baptized as an adult person by John the Baptist. This can be a bit confusing for kids that know we baptize babies and having this feast day so close to Christmas, so be sure to explain this concept to them and read the story from the Bible. You can … [Read more...]

Authentic Swedish Recipe For Lussekatter (St. Lucy Bread)

Years ago I learned how to bake Lussekatter, a Swedish traditional sweet bread that is made with saffron and eaten in celebration of St. Lucy's feast day, also known as Santa Lucia day! This is a big and important celebration to the Swedish people, and it has been an absolute joy to incorporate these celebrations into our home these past 10 years. You can find my resources for celebrating the … [Read more...]