The Immaculate Conception • Monthly Devotion for December

In popular practice, December traditionally has been devoted to the Immaculate Conception. Here are some ways to practice that devotion with your family this month.   by Brian Smith   Back in the Middle Ages, many Catholics began observing special … Read More

May Is Mary’s Month: Here’s How to Celebrate with Kids

  May has traditionally been “Mary’s month.” Here’s a roundup of ideas and resources for celebrating.   May brings the blossoming of fragrant spring flowers (at least here in the northern hemisphere) . . . which may be why, for centuries, May … Read More

Make A Timeline of Marian Apparitions

  Make a timeline of Mary’s apparitions and teach your family about Marian theology, geography, and history.   by Heidi Indahl If you have been following my column for long, you probably know that I have a thing about timelines. … Read More

Celebrate Mary’s Birthday with Doughnuts, Cake, and Candles!

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    Everyone loves birthday celebrations, and honoring our Blessed Mother’s birth is a party you don’t want to miss! These sweet treats are a fun and memorable way to celebrate the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary September 8. … Read More

Celebrate the Assumption with Some History and Crafts

  On August 15, the Catholic Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary. What’s this oldest feast day of Our Lady all about?  Find out more with a brief history, an historical video, and some simple crafts you … Read More

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