We asked our families to share their favorite ideas to celebrate Halloween (with a Catholic twist) and All Saints’ Day. Grab a candy corn and get ready to chew on these creative, Catholic (and oh-so-cute) ideas from readers like you.
“If I don’t speak your language, you can’t talk to me and you will leave me alone, right?” Poor St. Hilarion, he just wanted to be left alone …
Halloween is only a warm-up for the real celebration, All Saints Day. Here are seven ways (and lots of little ideas) to celebrate the triumph of Christ in the saints!
Do your kids practice almsgiving? It’s been a core practice of our faith for thousands of years. But what is almsgiving, anyway? And how can cash-strapped kids raise money for the needy? We’ve got you covered on both counts.
“I am Raphael, one of the seven angels who stand and serve before the Glory of the Lord!” Raphael, Michael, and Gabriel are three of the archangels honored by the Church on September 29. Here’s a little bit about them, and the dramatic story of how Raphael helped a young man and woman.