Tami Kiser shares some Smart Martha tips about saving money on your children’s activities. Have you given some of these a try? How do you cut the cost of team sports, music lessons and more?
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Nicole Ernest shares some ideas to help families and individuals celebrate the special feast days in June, the month dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Are you looking for a way to help your kids enter into Lent, but don’t have the time to pull together 40 days worth of devotionals and activities? Look no further then the Lenten Adventure, offered by Holy Heroes.
Mary Kate Warner presents an easy experiment which can show us something about what’s really going on with light on summer solstice, and how it relates to God’s love.
Summer is supposed to be a time for slowing down, yet for many of us it can be a hectic time of summer camps and planning for the school year ahead. Jay seeks a bit of advice on how to keep pace with the growth of his child in things as diverse (yet connected) as music, religious education, and Tae Kwon Do.
Whether you’re battling late spring snow or in the throes of daffodils and tulip bouquets, you’re sure to enjoy this easy 10-step way to celebrate spring with your friends and family.
Taking young children to Mass is a challenge, and Abbey Dupuy shares what’s in her Mass bag. What’s in yours?