As you make your plans for summer study or travel, for camps and play dates, consider making some time for summer formation as well. After all, your kids (at least) might have some extra time, and what better opportunity to grow in the knowledge and love of God?!
One of the most delightful ways to observe Lent with children is to share stories about the life of Jesus including his death and resurrection, and Easter traditions.
Reading some beautiful picture books of the Christmas stories is easily one of the most delightful and simple ways to focus our preparations on the birth of Christ. So head to your library, bookstore, or the Amazon marketplace and while you are at it, pick up some hot chocolate and marshmallows then prepare to snuggle up in front of twinkly lights.
Saint Bartholomew is the patron saint of bookbinders and is often depicted holding the Gospel book.
What my altar looks like today, how Lent Madness at home turned out, and some summer reading plans.
I had no idea that reading, writing, and editing Daily Devo: Devotions for Families would make me a better disciple, and a better parent.
Classic children’s books may not be overtly religious, but so many of them are deeply profound.
There is no better time than fall to start new traditions, get back into parish life, and dive into faith with your family.
The story of Jesus’ Passion, death on the cross, and resurrection is at the heart of our Christian faith and worship. Yet this is a challenging […]