The stress of family gatherings over the holidays is enough to bring out the Grinch in all of us, but perhaps this year’s crush of Thanksgiving/Hanukah/Advent might provide some insight for dealing with December and everything after.
Trish Bolster reflects upon a Feast of the Holy Family memory and the blessing of her own “Holy Family”.
Suggestions for ringing in the New Year in your home, with specific ideas for celebrating with toddlers and preschoolers. Happy New Year!
Pay no attention to the yards of yellow tape currently draped around our home, and don’t worry—it doesn’t indicate a
As I head out for a weekend in Georgia, to celebrate my parents’ 50th anniversary, I wanted to leave with
My mom was the best home economics teacher I could ask for. While she wasn’t my actual teacher for family
Walking past Christmas lights downtown, I was brought back to the memories of celebration from my childhood during this beautiful
The liturgical calendar is one of the many beautiful elements of the Catholic Church. All of the great solemnities, feasts,
Even though I am an adult, I still await Christmas morning as eagerly as any pajama-clad child. By the time
I know that some people don’t allow their children to believe in the Santa myth for a variety of reasons.