On Pentecost Sunday, we remember how the Holy Spirit descended on the apostles and disciples. This year Pentecost Sunday falls on June 9. This post offers some family-friendly ways to learn about and listen to the call of the Holy Spirit.
How many days are there in Lent? What was the original meaning of the word “Lent”? What is the first day of Lent called? Visit us online for a fun and educational Lent Trivia Quiz! You’ll find questions and answers!
The O Antiphons are seven verses in the Liturgy of the Hours that contain powerful pleas for the coming of the Lord. They are chanted or recited during Vespers on the last seven days of Advent. Find this post online for each days antiphon, and listen to a hymn, O Come Emmanuel.
May is a month that is filled with momentous occasions. There are first Communions and confirmations. You might also have a wedding or a baptism in your family. These events are all sacraments. But do you realize that some of the more ordinary activities in our lives also allow us to experience God’s grace, too?
Since the early days of Christianity, the week beginning with Palm Sunday and ending at sundown on Easter has been a sacred time because it commemorates the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In today’s post you’ll find some faith-filled ideas to help you keep the holy in Holy Week.