Make a Good Friday Timeline with Your Kids

  A picture timeline that I updated throughout the day was just the thing to help my kids appreciate Jesus’ Passion on Good Friday and beyond.   by Becky Arganbright   For years, I tried various ways to incorporate more … Read More

Pray the Lorica of St. Patrick • Prayers for Catholic Kids

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  The prayer known as the Lorica of St. Patrick or St. Patrick’s Breastplate has been adapted into various forms over the years. Here are three different adaptations to try with your kids.   The prayer that is known variously … Read More

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

Doing the Stations of the Cross with Your Kids

Praying the Stations of the Cross with your kids is a great way to introduce them to the story of Jesus’ Passion, the paschal mystery, and the rhythm of Triduum. Here are a few kid-friendly ways to try it. by … Read More

Preparing for a Hands-On Lent

Here are three hands-on activities for Lent: a candle-based Stations of the Cross, a flipbook, and hands-on Lenten prayer table suggestions. by Heidi Indahl I am someone who has always liked Lent. It always seems such a fitting end to the dreary winter. … Read More

Ash Wednesday

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Ash Wednesday marks the first of 46 days before Easter. It is not a holy day of obligation for the Church, but Catholics are required to abstain from meat and fast on Ash Wednesday. Here are ways to mark Ash … Read More

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