Hope and good will are meant to be ever with us, having come to us so miraculously on Christmas Day.
Since we became Episcopalian, the way I bring the season into my home has become even more fun and meaningful.
There’s more than one way to make your family’s Advent wreath.
My kids had fun being in charge of the evening’s meal, and I had a good time watching them work together and talk about what makes a good sibling.
Caring for animals helps kids know they can improve the lives of creatures smaller and more vulnerable than they are.
There is no better time than fall to start new traditions, get back into parish life, and dive into faith with your family.
I am blessed as I watch my child grow. She is blessed as she learns she can be part of leading liturgy.
Collecting icons and creating an icon corner in my kitchen has helped me grow in my relationship with God.
You won’t find Pentecost in the aisle at a craft supply store. But there are still simple and beautiful ways to honor this major feast at home.
Taking down old palm crosses, putting up new ones, and making an Easter altar helps our family observe the season.