Forty days after Christmas, on 2nd February, the church celebrates the Presentation of the Lord. But why is it called Candlemas? Help children understand and celebrate the Presentation of the Lord with these fun activities.
There are many misunderstandings around chastity. Often confused with celibacy, it has been banished by a society obsessed with sex and the endless pursuit of pleasure. In this blog, discover the true purpose and value of chastity, a virtue we are all called to in our particular state of life.
If you're feeling stressed, look to the example of St Joseph, a great example of how to deal with responsibility and a multitude of tasks.
What is the purpose of Ordinary Team? Most Catholics understand the meaning of Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter, but it is easy for Ordinary Time to be cast aside and forgotten. Discover its importance and value in this blog.
The only Son of God, the divine Word, became flesh first because of our sins, to save us from our misery and disintegration into death. Unpack the reason for the incarnation in this reflection on the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Do you know the origins of popular Christmas traditions like mistletoe or candy canes? How about the 12 Days of Christmas song? Here are 10 fun facts about Christmas you can use to show off to your friends and family!