Presentation Pancakes for Candlemas • Cooking with Catholic Kids

Celebrate the feast of the Presentation of Our Lord with a reflection and recipe for strawberry lemon pancakes. by Ryan Langr The Feb. 2 feast of the Presentation of Our Lord, known as Candlemas, is primarily a celebration of Jesus’ … Read More

3 Ways to Explain the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter to Your Kids

What exactly is the feast of the Chair of St. Peter and how exactly is a parent to explain apostolic succession and the universality of the Church to young kids? Try using the Olympics and a modified game of Whisper … 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

7 Simple Ways to Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day with Your Family

Here are seven super-simple ways to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day with your kids, plus some other resources with great ideas for the holiday. 1. Emphasize the “Saint(s)” Part of St. Valentine’s Day Although most of what we know about St. Valentine … Read More

Celebrate the Feast of the Presentation (Candlemas) with Your Kids

  Are you the sort of family that finds it hard to let go of Christmas? Well, you’re in luck, because the Church circles back around to Christmas one last time at the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. … Read More

Saint Josephine Bakhita • Playing with the SAINTS!

Kidnapped from her loving family at age seven and sold into slavery! by Christine Henderson   You love your parents and siblings and expect to grow up in your loving family. This is the way it should be. But for … Read More

Saint Drithelm • Playing with the SAINTS!

What would you do if a dead man sat up and talked to you?   by Christine Henderson Imagine you’re visiting a very sick relative. Suddenly you stop seeing his chest move up and down. He’s died. Throughout the night … Read More

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