Celebrate St. Nicholas with Melomakarona • Cooking With Catholic Kids

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  Greek Christmas cookies called Melomakarona are the perfect way to kick off Advent, celebrate St. Nicholas, and talk about the spirit of waiting.   by Ryan Langr   Who doesn’t know about St. Nicholas? Even non-Christians celebrate his legacy … Read More

The Immaculate Conception • Monthly Devotion for December

In popular practice, December traditionally has been devoted to the Immaculate Conception. Here are some ways to practice that devotion with your family this month.   by Brian Smith   Back in the Middle Ages, many Catholics began observing special … Read More

Giving Thanks • Prayers for Catholic Kids

Prayers of thanksgiving are one of the five basic forms of prayer outlined by the Catechism of the Catholic Church (see Catechism #2648). Prayer of thanksgiving flows from the recognition that everything is a gift from God. Nurturing an “attitude … Read More

Thanksgiving Sides to Make with Your Kids • Cooking with Catholic Kids

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Peanut Butter & Grace’s resident chefs share their favorite Thanksgiving sides that even little hands can help prepare.   by Ryan Langr and Theresa Wilson   Christian Brothers Cranberry Sauce by Ryan Langr Cook Time: approximately 22 minutes Your kids … Read More

Give Your Children the Hope of Heaven

The hope of heaven is the only thing you can give your children that the world can’t take away. Dr. John Wood argues for why raising saints ought to be every parent’s primary mission…and six tips for getting started. Editor’s … Read More

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