Category: Culture

  • Parvuli Dei – Cub Scout Religious Emblem

    Parvuli Dei – Cub Scout Religious Emblem

    The Parvuli Dei Cub Scout emblem can be earned by Catholic boys and girls who are Cub Scouts in the 3rd through 5th grade. Activities are in a workbook.

  • Give Up Video Games for a Weekend Or More

    Give Up Video Games for a Weekend Or More

    Consider encouraging your family to give up some video games for Lent. Maybe for a  weekend. Maybe for a couple of weekends. Maybe more. Do some discernment together and decide what is best for your family.

  • Sing Some Christmas Carols

    Sing Some Christmas Carols

    Sing some Christmas carols during the Advent and Christmas seasons. You can go out caroling with an organized group or just sing a few at a family gathering. Include plenty of songs which focus on Christ.

  • Independence Day

    Independence Day

    On Independence Day, we celebrate the many freedoms we enjoy living in the United States and remember the sacrifices made so that we can live in our democracy. We recount our many blessings and consider how we can share them so that all can live free with the opportunities we have.

  • Why Linus Drops His Blanket in A Charlie Brown Christmas

    Why Linus Drops His Blanket in A Charlie Brown Christmas

    A Charlie Brown Christmas emphasizes the religious nature of the Christmas holiday. But did you ever notice that Linus drops his blanket during the show?

  • Post a Religious Message to Social Media

    Post a Religious Message to Social Media

    Some people fast from social media during Lent. This can be a very effective way to regain wasted time. But if you are not fasting from social media, consider posting an inspirational religious message to social media. This is a really good Lenten practice for teenagers and adults to try.