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Catholic Picture Books for February

Catholic Picture Books for February
It’s still cold outside, with a few warm days popping up to remind us spring will come again. February features feast days such as Our Lady of Lourdes, Saint Scholastica and Saint Valentine. Cuddle close with these Catholic picture books for February! Continue reading

How to Plan + Present a Catholic Hymn Study

How to Plan + Present a Catholic Hymn Study
“He who sings prays twice,” Saint Augustine once said. Singing—and understanding that which we sing—is vital for a deeper understanding of our own Faith. Sadly, many of today’s young Catholics are not acquainted with hymnals and rarely pull them out during the Mass. For us as parents, we have to opportunity to set an example of participation when it comes to singing. Continue reading

Catholic Picture Books for November

Catholic Picture Books for November
November begins with the Solemnity of All Saints. The air is chilly, puffer coats are on the horizon, and soup becomes a staple meal in our diets. This is the perfect time of year to curl up with a blanket and a picture book! And November holds possibilities for many lovely Catholic picture books. Continue reading

Catholic Picture Books for October

Catholic Picture Books for October
The temperature begins to dip, leaves start to fall, and we break out our sweaters. October is here! This month also offers a wide variety of feast days, including Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, Pope Saint John Paul II, and Our Lady of the Rosary! Continue reading

What is The Daily Feast? (And Why It Matters)

What is The Daily Feast? (And Why It Matters)
The Daily Feast is a great way to share prayer time with family. The Daily Feast is a compilation of synthetic prayer and memory work aimed at teaching our children to pray. It is quite literally a “feast” for the mind! The Daily Feast is a system of prayers best incorporated into your morning prayer and/or evenings (or spread throughout both). If encouraged from a young age, this could build to be habitual for your children throughout their lives. This would fit wonderfully into morning time. Before the busy-ness of the day begins, gathering together for prayer and connection is a wonderful day to cultivate connection amongst your family.  Continue reading

Catholic Picture Books for September

Catholic Picture Books for September
The month of September is a magical month. We move past the frantic beginning of the school year and the audible aaahhhh sets in once everything is just so. It’s also a great month for fun and faithful read alouds! We have compiled a list of worthy Catholic picture books for September to help you celebrate feast days and soak in Truth and delight. Continue reading

Our Favorite Liturgical Living Resources

Our Favorite Liturgical Living Resources
If you want to match the rhythm of your home to the rhythm of the Church year, liturgical living resources make that task much easier. There are many great liturgical living books out there, but how to choose from the masses? I often quip that crafting is not my charism, and liturgical living is a place in which I'm grateful for extra hand-holding. So today, we will share some of our favorite liturgical living resources for you and your family. These books are an absolute treasure trove and should be included not only in your school day, but day-to-day life! Continue reading

Catholic Picture Books for August

Catholic Picture Books for August
A new school year is getting closer with each passing day and it's time to start finding some good picture books to get us going! After long days of school or as a part of our Morning Time, we love sitting down with an engaging, beautiful picture book the entire family can enjoy. We have assembled a list of some of our favorite Catholic picture books for August to share with our families. Continue reading
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