The Transfiguration of our Lord is celebrated on August 6. Let’s spend time especially with the Scriptures for this feast day. The significance of this event is often overlooked or underestimated. Read on to dive deeper into what the Transfiguration was, what it would have meant for Peter, James, and John, and what it can me for us.
We all think that Disney princesses and the love they have for their princes are the focus of the animated movies – and they are!
But in this post, Nathaniel wants to focus on the flip side: The Princes and their love of those beautiful young ladies we know as the Disney Princesses.
The Feast of the Epiphany of The Lord is the celebration of the revelation of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles (non-Jews).
Learn more about what this means to us Catholics and other Christians, and what we should do to evangelize the Good News to our neighbors – hint, it doesn’t require words!
It’s as simple as leaving the lights on for them…
Have an epiphany, and be an epiphany! And watch a really cool video with ALL of the verses of “We Three Kings.” We provide the lyrics, too!
Jesus spent 40 days in the desert, and that is our model for Lent. Can we spend 40 days there? Yes – and here’s everything you need to do it!
Just add one thing: Jesus!
Whether your first Lent or you want to make this the most meaningful yet; or want to help your loved ones really get into it, this short message gets you going and sticks with you.
The short reflection, discussion, and activity for all ages gives simple yet powerful guidance on not just starting our Lenten journey, but finishing it.
And really check out the activity. We guarantee you’ve never done it before, and we’re pretty sure you’ll recognize how powerful this simple thing can be for this and every Lent!
While we know they do not do what sticks and stones do, words matter a lot because they do much more.
Why else would the God of the Universe, Jesus, be The Word?
This week is a great opportunity to have some frank discussions as a family with the words of Jesus as the backdrop and discussion starter.
Spread the word that words matter! Starting with your loved ones…
This year, Ash Wednesday is taught to us by Jesus Himself!
Prayer, fasting, and almsgiving are important parts of Catholic life, and they are the three pillars of Lent. But how do we DO them?
And how do we remain accountable and lead our family on this wonderful day that kicks off forty amazing days of life-changing observance, celebration, and growth?
In this special addition to our TWMWU for Year C, we dive in deep with one short page of reflection, discussion, and activity.
Can you spare five minutes for making this a meaningful Ash Wednesday? C’mon…give it a shot!