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Resurrection Lenten Countdown Calendar

Learn the story of Easter with this unique countdown calendar! Beginning on Ash Wednesday open window No. 1 and then another each day to reveal a special picture and also read the bible text that tells the story of Jesus' Crucifixion & Resurrection. The front is accentuated with glitter.…

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In Conversation With God: Vol. 2 - Lent and Eastertide

…Penance Saving what was lost First Week of Lent: The Temptations of Jesus The existence of the Devil, and his activity The help of the Guardian Angels Confessing our sins Prayer of petition Lent - a time for penance Called to holiness Second Week of Lent: From Tabor to Calvary Conscience - the light…

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Celebrating Saints and Seasons: Hundreds of Activities for Catholic Children

…people of the calendar year and the church's liturgical year. She offers hundreds of activities, rituals, and prayers to make living our faith tangible, spiritually enriching—and fun! Activities include a New Year's campout, morning prayer for Christian Unity week, a Lent poor box, an…

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Feast Days & Holidays

…religious education coordinator at St. Joseph's in Wakefield, Massachusetts. "Catholics have a unique way of marking time. Our liturgical calendar reminds us that all time belongs to God. Joan Marie Arbogast provides Catholics, especially parents of young children, with a number of creative…

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The Year and Our Children

…prayers, crafts, family activities, litanies, and recipes that will help make your children ever-mindful of the beautiful rhythm of the Church calendar. Learn how to make an Advent wreath — and how to make it more than just a pretty ornament. Teach your children about the real Santa (the one…

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Who Is My Neighbor? and Other Gospel Encounters with the Lord

…Christopher Ruff, is passionately committed to writing engaging, inspiring small-group resources carefully crafted to fit people’s busy calendars. He calls the small-group experience “a powerful engine for faith formation, personal renewal and community-building, and an amazing platform…

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As I Have Loved You

…Christopher Ruff, is passionately committed to writing engaging, inspiring small-group resources carefully crafted to fit people’s busy calendars. He calls the small-group experience “a powerful engine for faith formation, personal renewal and community-building, and an amazing platform…

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Lenten Cross Countdown Calendar [Multi-Colored]

Learn the story of Easter with this unique countdown calendar! Beginning on Ash Wednesday open window No. 1 and then another each day to reveal a special picture and also read the bible text that tells the story of Jesus' Crucifixion & Resurrection. The front is accentuated with…

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Lent 2011: What Are You Giving Up?

Lent 2011: What Are You Giving Up?

…It helps your day direction to stay focused on what God wants for us." In Conversation with God, Lent and Eastertide: This volume contains a series of meditations that follows the Lent and Easter calendar. Each day's meditation is divided into three parts and is five or six pages long. From a review…

Mark your calendars for #24HoursfortheLo...

Mark your calendars for #24HoursfortheLo...

Mark your calendars for #24HoursfortheLord next week on March 13-14. For the second straight year, the Holy Father has invited dioceses, parishes and communities to join with him in "24 Hours for the Lord" this #Lent, a 24-hour opportunity for Confession and Eucharistic Adoration.

Why Do We Do Penance for Lent? The Two Big Reasons

Why Do We Do Penance for Lent? The Two Big Reasons

In the Catholic Church, the season of Lent is a time for increased prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in preparation for the greatest feast on the Church calendar: Easter. Prayer, fasting, and almsgiving are forms of penance. Penance simply means the repentance of sins by taking some form of action in…

A Lenten Tradition: Veiling the Cross for Passiontide

A Lenten Tradition: Veiling the Cross for Passiontide

…during the last two weeks before Easter, starting on Passion Sunday (now called the fifth Sunday of Lent) and ending on Good Friday. This time period is known on the old liturgical calendar as Passiontide. Even though this period is no longer officially called by this name, the tradition is…

Don't Start Christmas without Advent: Here's Everything You Need to Know!

Don't Start Christmas without Advent: Here's Everything You Need to Know!

…and pets, so please use caution (or pick out silk decorations from your favorite craft store). Advent Calendars Another great way to get your kids involved is an Advent Calendar. Most calendars feature a bright and colorful nativity scene at the Bethlehem stable and includes 24 windows. Each window…

Interview with Cardinal Wuerl on his New Book, The Feasts: How the Church Year Forms Us as Catholics

Interview with Cardinal Wuerl on his New Book, The Feasts: How the Church Year Forms Us as Catholics

…part of a greater enterprise called the calendar. The Church keeps time to its own ancient rhythm — or, more accurately, eternal rhythm. If you live the life all year round, you’ll have a better appreciation of the special times. If you’ve lived a good Lent and Easter, you’ll be better prepared for…

Why YOU Need an Advent Wreath

…every night before we opened the Advent Calendar door we had to recite a little poem my dad and a friend made up: 'Let us remember as we play this Christmas game / It was a night so long ago that baby Jesus came.' It was a neat way of making the calendar a little prayer. My own children do this…

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Does Christmas End on Epiphany?

Does Christmas End on Epiphany?

…ends, being the end of the traditional 12 days of Christmas. [adbutler zone_id="207190"]However, according to the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar, Ordinary Time doesn't officially begin until the Monday after the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, which (usually) falls on the Sunday after …

How to Celebrate Advent Like a Catholic

How to Celebrate Advent Like a Catholic

…soon-to-be-born Son of God as foreshadowed in the Old Testament by the prophet Isaiah. 6. Advent Calendars: Another popular way to celebrate the Advent season, especially popular with children, is the Advent calendar. Counting down the days to Christmas helps children to anticipate patiently and to…

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