We received plenty of snow over the weekend, just in time for St. Lucy’s Feast Day and our annual “Christmas Lights Tour”. Â On Monday night we piled in the car, got hot chocolate, and drove around looking at Christmas lights. Â It’s so much more festive when there is snow on the ground! We also started […]
This is the week for Feasting! St. Nick’s Feast Day ~ December 6th A few more of our Christmas decorations made their way from the basement over the weekend. Â We needed to be sure that our stockings were out and ready for St. Nicholas. Â I know the tradition is that St. Nick leaves things in […]
“During the persecutions of 1839, 1846, 1866, and 1867, one hundred and three Christians in Korea gave their lives as martyrs. Â Among them were Father Andrew Kim Taegon, first Korean priest and pastor, and the lay apostle, Paul Chong Hasang. Â They consecrated the rich beginnings of the Church with their blood. “I urge you to […]
Summer Readingâ†’ Continuing to read both Brothers and Sisters in Adoption and Home Schooling Children with Special Needs.Â I need to get a fiction book going. Â Summer Projectsâ†’ I finished organizing and prepping our learning room.Â I wanted to participate in a school room blog hop and that was just the kick in the […]
A Parent’s Prayer to St. Joseph O glorious St. Joseph, to youÂ GodÂ committed the careÂ of His only begotten Son amid the many dangers of this world. We come to youÂ and ask you to take under your special protection theÂ childrenÂ GodÂ has given us.Â Through holy baptism they becameÂ childrenÂ of God and members of His holy Church. We […]
We are looking forward to celebrating both Saints Patrick & Joseph this week. St. Patrick’s Feast Day – March 17th The Story of Saint PatrickÂ – we read this on Monday and the boys really enjoyed listening to it. St. Patrick’s Day St. Patrick Activities-Holiday Helper Corned Beef & Cabbage-one of my husband’s favorite meals! Soda […]
On Sunday the 20th we celebrated the Feast Day of St. Andrew Kim Taegon & Companions. Korea has more recognized martyrs/saints than any other country. We celebrated by having Korean for dinner!