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

Fasting, Giving, Praying: 25+ Ideas for What Kids & Teens Can Do for Lent

Help kids practice giving, praying, and fasting this Lent with these ideas . . . plus, a primer on Lent, fasting guidelines, and a downloadable kids’ Lenten planner. Get an abridged version of this article as a free printable PDF. Fasting, … Read More

9 Ways Your Kids Can Get Money for Almsgiving

  Do your kids practice almsgiving? It’s been a core practice of our faith for thousands of years. But what is almsgiving, anyway? And how can cash-strapped kids raise money for the needy? We’ve got you covered on both counts. … Read More

4 Ways to Teach Kids Generosity

  What does generosity look like, and how can we teach it to our kids? Here are four ways to go.   by Ryan Langr   Living For Others As Christians, we are called to live our lives for the … Read More

The Giving Jar: A Simple Way to Encourage Kids to Give Generously

  A Giving Jar is a very simple way to motivate younger kids to practice “giving” during Lent (or any time of year): Find a jar or a coffee cup or a decorative bowl (you get the idea) and place … Read More

Fasting for Lent: 11 Ideas for What Kids & Teens Can Give Up

  This article is adapted from the book 77 Ways to Pray with Your Kids.   Fasting and abstinence are the practice of giving up something good (for example, food or meat) in order to turn away from sin and … Read More