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Live Advent at Home: Daily Prayers and Activities for Family

Live Advent at Home: Daily Prayers and Activities for Family is a day-by-day booklet for families is a perfect companion for the season of Advent. Each week begins with a reflection on the Sunday Gospel for parents and children to read together, followed by daily reflections, activities and simple…

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Metallic Nativity Advent Candleholder with Candles

…surroundings and gaze at awe on the Christ Child. When you light the Advent candles every night it will serve as a beautiful reminder of how we should live during Advent. A unique take on the traditional Advent wreath design, and includes 4 Advent candles. Ornate stoneresin Advent candleholder with…

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Feast Days & Holidays

…in the Living and Celebrating Our Catholic Customs and Traditions series, is an exciting resource for teachers in classrooms; parents, caretakers and homeschool instructors in homes; and catechists in religious education programs who want to integrate the faith into the daily lives of children.…

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You are the Light of the World Mug [White]

You are the light of the world.  ~Matthew 5:14 Where would the neighborhood spirit be if its homes kept their lights hidden this Christmas? So too with our lives. Merry, bright, and wonderfully simple string of holiday lights twinkle above the message of Matthew 5:14. Presented with joy, this…

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Celebrating Saints and Seasons: Hundreds of Activities for Catholic Children

…easy and practical ways how to look deeper at these ordinary things surrounding us in order to enter into the sacred way. She encourages parents and grandparents, teachers, and religious educators to use this as a handy resource for celebrating in your home and classroom settings the seasons and…

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This Advent Activity Set Will Transform Your Child's Advent

This Advent Activity Set Will Transform Your Child's Advent

Advent growing up, except for lighting the Advent wreath every night and giggling at Mass if Father wore pink (rose, really) vestments on Gaudete Sunday. It wasn’t until high school that I started living Advent more intentionally. It helped me tremendously to build habits of virtue during Advent

Prepare your home for the Lord's coming ...

Prepare your home for the Lord's coming ...

home for the Lord's coming at Christmastime! Decorating your home well for Christmas enables you to truly "live and breathe" the mystery of the Christ's birth because your eyes and heart will encounter symbols of the season on a daily basis. Watch below for ideas on how you can decorate your home

How to Celebrate Advent Like a Catholic

How to Celebrate Advent Like a Catholic

…Jesus During Advent. 12. Almsgiving: Good deeds and generosity have always been an important part of preparation for Christmas. Advent is a great time to practice spiritual and corporeal acts of mercy such as Christmas gifts for disadvantaged children, volunteering at a nursing home or soup kitchen,…

The Advent Wreath Tradition & Meaning

The Advent Wreath Tradition & Meaning

live in your love. Children: O Come, O Come, Emmanuel. Parent: May the light of your love always shine in our hearts. Children: Amen. Hopefully this article helped you to understand the richness and graces to be enjoyed during the Advent season. Having and blessing the Advent wreath in your home,

Advent & Christmas Traditions: The Nativity Scene

Nativity scenes , also called manger scenes or creches, have been a popular Advent and Christmas decoration for homes, parishes, and public places for hundreds of years. And, did you know, it originated with a Catholic saint? St. Francis of Assisi had a special devotion to the Child Jesus, and he is…

Advent & Christmas Traditions: Oplatki Christmas Wafers

…The Oplatki reminds us of this symbol of communion common to humanity, as well as in a fuller way the Eucharistic meal that Catholics participate in at each Mass. Just as Christians share in the Eucharist as one family in Christ, the Oplatki wafer allows for one's family to come together and share…

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The Best-Sellers: Our Ultimate Advent & Christmas Gift Guide

The Best-Sellers: Our Ultimate Advent & Christmas Gift Guide

…makes an elegant Advent wreath for your home year after year. Category: Kneeling Santa Year after year our Kneeling Santa collection continues to be best-sellers, so they deserve a category all their own.  The Kneeling Santa collection features variations of St. Nicholas adoring at the manger of the…

How Advent Teaches Us to Wait for the Coming of Jesus

How Advent Teaches Us to Wait for the Coming of Jesus

…of Advent, which means, "to come to." This is the example for us today as we await his promised return at the end of time. And this is in no way better demonstrated than with the Advent wreath that we use in our homes and churches. Watch the video below to learn more about this important Advent

What My Family Has Learned From Our Jesse Tree

What My Family Has Learned From Our Jesse Tree

…keeping Advent and Christmas a holy time of year. She gave me a copy. A recent convert, I was amazed at all of the wonderful Advent traditions I had never heard of before. [adbutler zone_id="207190"]As I began to incorporate these traditions into the Advent season, I found that our home became a…

Catholic Christmas Decorating Idea: One Lantern, Four Ways!

Catholic Christmas Decorating Idea: One Lantern, Four Ways!

Lanterns are such a popular home decoration these days. And we love it. This past summer our Marketing and Merchandising teams at The Catholic Company had a great time experimenting with a new look of pairing lanterns with saint statues. We (and you!) loved the idea - it's a great way to add…

The Story of St. Francis of Assisi and the First Nativity Scene, as told by St. Bonaventure

The Story of St. Francis of Assisi and the First Nativity Scene, as told by St. Bonaventure

…the mystery of the Incarnation. Find our selection of nativities at The Catholic Company here.  Tip: Set it out when Advent begins, but don't add the Baby Jesus figure to the scene until Christmas Eve! Read next: Pope Francis Prays at Greccio, Location of First Nativity Scene This article has been…

8 (Spiritual) New Year's Resolutions for Catholics

8 (Spiritual) New Year's Resolutions for Catholics

…walk with God.  There is no time but the present! Here are some ideas. 1. Live Our Lady's Messages at Fatima The year 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary to three shepherd children at Fatima, Portugal. In this most prophetic of all Marian apparitions, Our…

7 Reasons to Bring Back the Tradition of Catholic Christmas Cards this Year

7 Reasons to Bring Back the Tradition of Catholic Christmas Cards this Year

…sales or try to make you live in the future instead of the present. Starting the prep work for big projects early, especially ones that culminate during the reflective Advent period, allows you to have more time to peacefully prepare your heart for Christmas when the Advent season arrives. To browse…

Vatican to Canonize First Ever Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

Vatican to Canonize First Ever Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

…births and death of their four babies. Daily Mass at 5:30 am, Angelus and Vespers, rest on Sundays, fasting during Lent and Advent --- but also jokes and games, as Louis liked to fish and play billiards. They invited poor people to dine in their home and they visited the elderly. They also taught…

Vatican to Canonize First Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

Vatican to Canonize First Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

…births and death of their four babies. Daily Mass at 5:30 am, Angelus and Vespers, rest on Sundays, fasting during Lent and Advent --- but also jokes and games, as Louis liked to fish and play billiards. They invited poor people to dine in their home and they visited the elderly. They also taught…

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…FatherLeo Patalinghug's recipe book, Grace Before Meals: Recipes & Inspiration for Family Meals & Family Life: "Sitting down at a regular family meal has blessed our home with hope and stability. In a world that distracts us from the eternal, it is so good to connect and refocus on God and His…

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