Fall Project Gratuity Pumpkin

Living gratefully begins with affirming the good and recognizing its sources. It is the understanding that life owes me nothing and all the good I have is a gift, accompanied by an awareness that nothing can be taken for granted.―Dr. Robert Emmons    Supplies:   Smooth


Creating a Prayer Space at home reminds everyone in your Domestic Church that prayer is an important part of everyday life.  ​A Prayer Space reminds us of God’s presence and helps to make a connection between church and home.  HOW TO:   Pick a central corner

Liturgical Living

GROW CLOSE TO GOD THROUGH ALL THE YEARS CELEBRATION AND SEASONS “The Christian home is the place where children receive the first proclamation of the faith. For this reason the family home is rightly called​‘the domestic church,’ a community of grace and prayer, a school

Evangelization for Kids

As a growing disciple, I am learning to: CONNECT the Gospel with my activitiesUNDERSTAND Catholic Beliefs and Social TeachingsSERVE those in needSHARE God’s love with others 

Our Ministry

“Thus the home is the first school of Christian life and ‘a school for human enrichment.’   Here one learns endurance and the joy of work,fraternal love, generous – even repeated -forgiveness, and above all divine worship in prayer and the offering of one’s life”  (CCC

Have a Faith Filled Summer Part 2: Faithful Treats!

Cool Greetings! This post is dedicated to suggesting awesome faith-inspired summer treats for you and your family to enjoy! Pentecost Sundaes The feast of Pentecost this year is on Sunday, May 31. We call Pentecost the “Birthday of the Church.” On Pentecost we remember when

CAFE: Reconciliation

At one our our CAFE gatherings we discussed the sacrament of Reconciliation. Here are the highlights from the meeting: We began with the Prayer of St. Francis. We then invited participants to choose, from a series of images, the picture that spoke to them about

CAFE: Christian Meditation

At one of our CAFE gatherings, we were visited by Fr. Frank Cassidy who shared with us his knowledge and experience regarding Christian meditation and meditation with children. Meditation is a beautiful prayer practice. In our busy world, children still seek moments of stillness and

CAFE: Sharing Faith Stories with your Family

At one of our CAFE gatherings we shared the gift of sharing sacred stories with your family.   We discussed text resources for faith sharing and the liturgical calendar. Sharing Faith We were visited by Anne Yee from the Holy Family Bookstore who shared many

CAFE: Celebrating Lent with your Family

CAFE stands for Catholic Adult Formation Experience. Our RE Office strives to offer monthly opportunities for parents/guardians to gather together to deeper their knowledge of our faith and provide resources and tools for family spiritual development. This post covers the resources and discussion we had