Karee Santos shares her favorite CatholicMom.com post about children’s understanding of the Resurrection.
Nancy Ward shares a favorite post from the CatholicMom.com archives. When our lives are surrendered to God, his love overflows our hearts and spills over even when we are unaware of our impression on others.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio offers a reflection for Easter: Jesus endured the wrenching of body and soul for our sakes and came out the other side endowed with a new, different, glorified humanity.
In this Easter season we are called to bear the glory of God, the goodness of God, the love of God, His victory over sin and death, and people around us should see something different in us. A sparkle in our eyes, courage, a genuine kindness, true and authentic hope.
Want a simple, easy, and yummy way to celebrate Easter with your family? Regardless of age, all members of your family will enjoy this tasty, meaningful breakfast item. They are unbelievably yummy, easy, quick and fun for little ones to help with — and end up looking like an empty tomb! So they provide a great way to celebrate and speak of the meaning of Easter at the same time!