The Catholic All Year Easter Gift Guide: Everything you need for baskets, gifts, and your home!
Catholic All Year
by Kathleen West
2M ago
Easter is upon us! Really, Holy Week is upon us . . . but after that Easter is upon us! We know that you are searching for some simple and meaningful gifts to tuck into baskets this year, so we’ve put together a great mix of items to gift, as well as items to help you celebrate Easter all season long! Gifts for Kids Basket Stuffers – https://market.catholicallyear.com/collections/roses-pearlsSilicone Rosaries from Roses and Pearls Rosary Poppers from Gather and Pray Marian Spinners from Studio Senn Playdough Stamps from Catholic All Year Lamb Lacing from Catholic All Year Saint Memory Gam ..read more
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Kendra’s Pilgrimage to England: All the Details
Catholic All Year
by Catholic All Year
4M ago
If you haven’t seen it yet, I’m going on a pilgrimage to England with Fr. Tim Grumbach! Our friends at Select International Tours have planned the whole thing, and I worked with them to pick the BEST of the best stops for the ultimate Catholic trip. I would love for you to come too! We can bond over our favorite English saints and writers, pray together, and drink tea together. You can find the whole pilgrimage itinerary (and trip details) in this PDF, but it’s all words and no pictures which is a bummer because we’re going to see some amazing sites. Enter this blog post; your pilgrimage pre ..read more
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Merry Christmas from the Tierneys
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by Kendra
5M ago
Dear Family and Friends, Here we go on Christmas letters again. Let’s see if we’ve still got it! We were all working on getting our bearings again in 2023, and settling back into the comfortable normalcy of being just bonkers busy all the time.  Lulu, Midge, and George joined Gus, Anita, and Frankie at Saint Monica Academy, so, basically, we are taking that place over. There’s a Tierney in every odd grade from 1st to 11th. The kids love it and are getting an excellent education, but Mom suspects it’s exactly as much school work for her as when they were homeschooled, except now she does ..read more
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Come to England with me!
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by Catholic All Year
6M ago
You read that right! I’m going on a pilgrimage to England and I’d love to have you join me! Sign up to join me here! We’ll be spending time in London, visiting the sites of St. Thomas More’s imprisonment and martyrdom ON HIS FEAST DAY. We’ll have a dinner cruise on the Thames, and visit the shrines of St. Simon Stock, St. Julian of Norwich, and Our Lady of Walsingham. We’ll go to Oxford where the great St. John Henry Newman, J.R.R Tolkien, and C.S. Lewis spent much of their lives. Lastly, we’ll swing by Shakespeare’s house before we head on home. We’ll see amazing sites and share fun ex ..read more
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Shop Catholic: 2023 Catholic All Year Christmas Gift Guide
Catholic All Year
by Catholic All Year
6M ago
Another Advent is almost upon us! At Catholic All Year we are BIG believers in getting all of your Christmas shopping done before Advent starts so that you can actually focus on Advent and not on watching sales. In this guide you’ll find gift ideas from all of your favorite Catholic businesses for all your loved ones this Christmas season! For Kids –  Find the perfect something for your kids, grandkids, god-kids, neighbor kids, or any of the other special kids in your life! Shining Light Dolls Nativity Wooden Balance Game Nativity Cookie Cutters and Stamps Marian Rag Dolls |&n ..read more
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The 2023 Costume Contest: Winners & Honorable Mentions
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by Catholic All Year
6M ago
Another All Saints’ Day has come and gone, and it was amazing to get to see all of the saints that your families chose to dress up as! The Catholic All Year team loved getting to look through each and every costume to choose the winners and honorable mentions. So, without further ado, let’s get to the good part! The 1st Place Winners – The Blessed Ulma Family The 2nd Place Winner – St. Joseph of Cupertino We’re big fans of levitation here! The 3rd Place Winner – Little Mother Teresa The Honorable Mentions Note to honorable mention winners: We decided that you all were so ..read more
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Y’all Ready For This? It’s a CAY All Saints Day Costume Contest!
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by Catholic All Year
6M ago
The very first Catholic All Year costume contest was in 2015. We brought it back last year because it was so cool to see you and your families in your most saintly attire, and we can’t wait to do it again! Need some inspiration? Check out our previous costume contests here, here, and here! The prizes are as follows: First place wins three months of a Doctor of the Church level membership! Second place wins three months of a Saint level membership! And Third place wins three months of a Blessed level membership! Any international winners will receive thre ..read more
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Saint E-Clares
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by Catholic All Year
10M ago
Print Saint E-Clares Okay, it’s really “eclairs,” we know. But these delicious desserts have the perfect name for the feast of St. Clare! It seems like a lot more work than just buying store bought eclairs. . .but wait until you taste them. It’s well-worth the effort to celebrate a great saint with her namesake dessert! Prep Time 40 minutes minutes Cook Time 50 minutes minutes Cooling Time 2 hours hours Ingredients Ingredients for Choux Pastry: 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup whole milk 8 Tbsp unsalted butter 1 tsp granulated sugar 1/4 tsp salt 1 cup all-purpose flour 4 large eggs Ingredients for ..read more
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Our Lady of the Snows-Cones
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by Catholic All Year
10M ago
Print Our Lady of the Snows-Cones Santa Maria Maggiore is a Papal major basilica in Rome, Italy. It’s also known as Our Lady of the Snows, after the story of its founding. A husband and wife who were without heirs made a vow to donate their fortune to the Virgin Mary. They had a vision in which Mary told them to build a church on the site upon which they would find snow the next morning—in August—at the height of the sweltering Roman summer. In obedience, they left their home the next morning to look and found that snow had fallen during the night on the summit of the Esquiline Hill. The cou ..read more
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Maple Snow Taffy Pops
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by Catholic All Year
10M ago
Print Maple Snow Taffy Pops Eighteenth-century Jesuit missionaries like Father Sébastien Rale and Father Joseph-François Lafitau described the making and use of maple syrup by the indigenous peoples with whom they lived. Making maple snow taffy is a simple way to enjoy maple syrup as Saint Kateri might have! As you might have gathered from the name, this treat is usually enjoyed during the winter. We don’t have snow at our house, ever. So we might as well make this treat in the summer. All that’s required is to bring real 100% pure maple syrup to a boil, then pour it over “snow” (we make our ..read more
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