Double Melted Leek Quiche for Almsgiving • Cooking with Catholic Kids

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Give your talents and share a delicious dinner by doubling this simple and delicious meatless melted leek quiche.   by Theresa Wilson   My spunky and independent daughter loves to choose outfits and dress herself nearly every morning. Most times … Read More

Baked Rock of the Church Rockfish for the Chair of St. Peter • Cooking with Catholic Kids

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  Celebrate the feast of the Chair of St. Peter Feb.22 with Baked Rock of the Church Rockfish and teach your kids about the pope!   by Ryan Langr   It’s not easy being a parent, and being a stay-at-home … Read More

Celebrate Gaudete Sunday with Lemon-Clove Cookies • Cooking With Catholic Kids

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  Celebrate Gaudete Sunday and the third week of Advent with these “hint of summer” lemon-clove cookies.   by Ryan Langr   Christmas is nearly here! This year, Gaudete Sunday (gaudete means “rejoice” in Latin) means we only have a … Read More

Celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe with Fish Tacos! • Cooking with Catholic Kids

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    Dec. 12 is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which reminds us how important Mary is to Advent. Celebrate with delicious fish tacos!   by Ryan Langr   Advent is a great time to celebrate Mary. After … Read More

Celebrate St. Faustina With Divine Mercy Pierogies • Cooking With Catholic Kids

      Celebrate the feast of St. Maria Faustina Kowalska with Divine Mercy Pierogies and a discussion about the relationship between empathy and mercy.   by Ryan Langr St. Faustina: Polish Nun, Divine Mercy Prophet   I first came … Read More

Celebrate the Feast of St. Padre Pio with Farfalle a la Pio • Cooking with Catholic Kids

  Celebrate one of the most-beloved saints of modern times with “Farfalle a la Pio,” an easy and humble Italian sausage and pasta dish.   by Ryan Langr   St. Padre Pio: A Saint with “Super Powers” St. Padre Pio … Read More

Make Magdalenas for the Feast of Mary Magdalene • Cooking with Catholic Kids

  These Spanish sponge cakes are normally very delicious. But a careless mistake taught me what St. Mary Magdalene is really about. For her feast day, try this recipe yourself! Mary Magdalene, whose feast is July 22, is perhaps one … Read More

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