Growing up, Tekakwitha was the girl who didn’t quite fit in. Even her name, which means “she who bumps into things,” mocked her. Becoming Christian only made her more of an outcast among her people. Could she ever find a true home?
Every morning after breakfast, all the kids gather on the couch to pray and learn about our faith. We call it “Couch Catechism.” Here’s how we do it.
Being born into slavery didn’t stop Pierre Toussaint from joyfully serving God . . . nor did he stop serving God when he won his freedom and became one of the most well-liked men in New York society.
Want to make some great summertime memories for your kids? Teaching Catholic KIds has a starter list of 101 things to try, including a few with a Catholic twist. If you have some to add, let us know in the comments. It’s quite a list!
The experts said we should get rid of three-quarters of our kids’ toys, so we spent a Saturday morning rounding up most of the toys in the house. Here’s how we got rid of most of them…and why fewer toys may be better for our kids’ spiritual health.