The Year & Our Children

by | Dec 22, 2014 | Living the Liturgical Year

The Year & Our ChildrenThis is the very first book recommended to me when I began homeschooling and was looking for ways to celebrate our rich Catholic heritage throughout the Liturgical Year. We have seen this classic often times copied and quoted but NOW you can own the original! As timeless as all classics are you will discover many ways to add new traditions to your Domestic Church. You’ll find all the prayers, crafts, family activities, litanies, and recipes that will help make your children ever-mindful of the beautiful Church calendar. You will learn all about Advent and how to celebrate all 12 days of Christmas, Lent and the opportunities to make your home ready to welcome the Risen Lord, Mary Shrines, Saint Feast Days, Blessing your children, The Feast of St. Joseph and vocations, the soul and the feasts of the Holy Souls. You will refer to this book time and time again. (Family, 352 pages)

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