Along with potatoes, turkey and other Thanksgiving fare, squash was native to the New World.
Every year, my kids’ grade school hosts a Mother’s Day Mass followed by a tea party.
I love all breakfast foods and quiche is among my favorite.
This is the story of an African woman who would profess that she would never have come to know Jesus and enter his Church had she not been kidnapped.
Did you know that the “Twelve Days of Christmas” may have a deeper symbolic meaning?
“There is nothing better than a steaming bowl of hot soup on a cold November evening."
Like St. Francis, this recipe from his region offers beauty and sustenance without expensive ingredients.
Most Catholics are unaware of Ember Days, observed prior to the 20th century.
“We must sow the seed, not hoard it.” – St. Dominic
This dish would be a great addition to celebrating the feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist.
In our house, we love our blueberries. Whether in smoothies, homemade jam, cereal or in baked goods, we include them in just about everything.
Have you ever wondered what to do with all those leftover decorated eggs after Easter Sunday?
Leading up to St. Patrick’s Feast Day, the wonderful aroma of Irish soda bread fills our house.
Let’s renew our efforts in the upcoming New Year to be present to those in our family.
For some people, there is one thing missing at Thanksgiving: Chocolate.
Serve Up This Comfort Food With Love.
Blessed Solanus Casey lived an extraordinary life of holiness and deep concern for the poor and the sick.
Like a sour lemon, the beauty is in our life, it just needs to be noticed and nurtured.
By now, I think it’s safe to say, the virtual classroom has affected every parent of school-aged children.
A great way to teach younger kids about the Resurrection and a delicious sweet roll for Easter.
Les Miserables reminds us that no possession is worth more than the opportunity to save a soul.