For the second time, we find ourselves in Lent during lockdown. However, this doesn't mean that normal Lenten practices and traditions have to be abandoned. Discover nine ways you can live Lent prayerfully this year, even if you can't leave your home.
It’s one of the paradoxes of Christianity that we find life in death, freedom in captivity, patience in action. For St John of the Cross, his time in captivity was a period of intense growth. John didn’t just endure and suffer but spent his time meditating on the things of Heaven. His life and action serve as a guide for us.
Up until recently, homeschooling was a niche choice, but with the closure of schools, it's suddenly become mainstream. Homeschooling is not without its challenges, though, as many parents will undoubtedly have already found out. One Catholic mum who has already been homeschooling for several years shares her advice on dealing with those challenges and making sure children remember this time for the right reasons.
Millions of people across the world are now confined to the four walls of their home with their family or flatmates. Isolating with different people for months at a time, people with different personalities or backgrounds, introverts vs extroverts, can become quite tough. Here a Dominican sister shares some tips on how to live peacefully together in community.
As the Triduum approaches, many Catholic families wonder how to live this important time at home. While it's not possible to reproduce every part of the Triduum at home, here are some ways that families can highlight these important moments of Christ's life at home.
Learn how to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet.