Chicken San Gennaro for the Feast of St. Januarius • Cooking with Catholic Kids

  Celebrate the feast of St. Januarius Sept. 19 with a classic Italian sandwich.   by Ryan Langr    St. Januarius was an early fourth-century martyr and bishop of Naples, Italy. He is perhaps most famous because at least three … Read More

Vegetable-Stuffed Chicken for St. Kateri Tekakwitha • Cooking with Catholic Kids

To honor St. Kateri Tekawitha’s heritage as a Native American, here’s a recipe for vegetable-stuffed chicken with various vegetables that Native Americans would have used—mushrooms, carrots, onions, celery, and corn. And as always, we have a reflection and prayer to … Read More

Preachin’ to the Fish Soup For St. Anthony • Cooking with Catholic Kids

  On this feast of St. Anthony, cook up a fish and shrimp soup, find true relationships and set up authentic faith practices for your family.   by Ryan Langr   June 13 is the feast of St. Anthony, probably one … Read More

Creamy Polenta with Mushrooms and Peas for St. Rita • Cooking with Catholic Kids

Celebrate the feast of St. Rita of Cascia with creamy polenta topped with mushrooms and peas.   by Theresa Wilson   Shortly before I delivered my first child, I stepped away from my busy job as an assistant director and … Read More

Double Melted Leek Quiche for Almsgiving • Cooking with Catholic Kids

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