Thanksgiving Sides to Make with Your Kids • Cooking with Catholic Kids

Peanut Butter & Grace’s resident chefs share their favorite Thanksgiving sides that even little hands can help prepare.   by Ryan Langr and Theresa Wilson   Christian Brothers Cranberry Sauce by Ryan Langr Cook Time: approximately 22 minutes Your kids … Read More

Trinity Dutch Apple Cake • Cooking with Catholic Kids

Teach your kids about the Trinity using an apple, then bake up some delicious Trinity Dutch Apple Cake. by Theresa Wilson Earlier this month my daughter’s preschool had a field trip to an orchard. We enjoyed a gorgeous fall morning … Read More

Pray for the Holy Souls in Purgatory with Your Family

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Praying for the holy souls in purgatory during the month of November is an important and beautiful part of the Catholic faith. Here’s how and why to pray with your family for those whom have died.   by Allison Gingras … Read More

The Holy Souls in Purgatory • Monthly Devotion for November

In popular practice, November traditionally has been devoted to the holy souls in purgatory. Here are someways to practice that devotion with your family this month. by Brian Smith Back in the Middle Ages, many Catholics began observing special devotions … Read More

All Souls’ Day of the Dead Brownies • Cooking with Catholic Kids

  Talk to your children about tradition, family stories and purgatory while making these delicious All Souls’ Day of the Dead Brownies.   by Ryan Langr   When I was younger, before my Catholicism was really important to me, I … Read More

Pray for the Dead with Your Kids

  We Catholics believe that the communion established between us in God’s love is not broken by death. One of the best ways to teach your kids about this reality is to pray for the dead; here’s how.   This article … Read More

30+ Ideas for Celebrating the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls

  Halloween has nothing on All Saints’ Day for fun and interesting ways to celebrate. Here are thirty (more or less) ideas that I’ll be trying this year, including a few for All Souls’ Day.   by Meagan Daoust On Halloween … Read More

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