In the same way that we made Lenten resolutions, it’s just as important – if not more – to let those sacrifices mean something and set New Easter Resolutions and we celebrate how God “makes all things
So what did you do last week? Catholics celebrated Holy Week and for those entering the church as its newest members, the Easter Triduum led us to the Resurrection anew. For myself and my daughter in the
Prolong your Celebration for the 50 days of Easter!
One little boy's simple idea allowed a whole room of seven year olds and their teacher to look at something familiar with new eyes!
Why do Christians use the symbol of the crucifix? Marcellino D'Ambrosio explains this and other symbolism of Good Friday.
Do you ever wonder what the Roman soldiers experienced on that Good Friday?
Easter is only days away, so there's no better time to take a peek at what is happening on Pinterest and begin to plan your Easter Season.
Keeping Holy Week Holy can be a challenge - Let's celebrate our successes and support one another. Share your small successes and cheer for the others!
Meg Matenaer wagers that a Lent far more difficult than planned means that a far more wonderful Easter will follow.
The custom of spring cleaning before Easter is rooted in ancient tradition. Are you up to the challenge?
Read about four simple ways your family can keep Easter out of your Lent observance. Jen Steed has compiled things that will be a sure fit for your family!
Jay takes a look at the latest “Jesus Movie” using some of the criteria movie fans use for other franchise movies: Is it better than the book? Original Series or Next Generation? Is it worth seeing again?
NOTE: Two days after the Easter Octave of 2011, on May 2, 2011, Seal Team 6 killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan. This piece was written then, but the issues are still fresh post-Easter and the period
Does Easter feel like it’s already long gone? Officially, Easter lasts an entire season, all the way to Pentecost. This year, it’s still “Easter” until halfway through May! And yet, in real life, Easter seems to evaporate before
Editor’s note: Today, we welcome new monthly contributor Jay Cuasay. I had the good fortune of meeting Jay at a conference recently and am thrilled that he accepted my invitation to blog with us! Please join me