Seasons & Holidays
Celebrate each season of the year and the liturgical calendar with these guides, tips, and how-to pins!
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Easter breaks forth a great time of joy and celebration. It is the “Solemnity of solemnities” celebrated by the Church. ⠀ ⠀ This is the day our hope was made complete, the day Jesus conquered sin and death on our behalf in order to reconcile us back to God.⠀ ⠀ This stunning Easter Lily Rosary is a wonderful aid to your prayer during the Easter season.
A day commemorated with fireworks, picnics, and backyard barbecues, we celebrate our nation's independence on the #FourthofJuly Alongside all of the celebrations, let us not forget to thank God for this great nation and remember that our country in its early years was consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Today, on this important national holiday, let us all take a moment to say the following prayer of re-consecration on behalf of our great nation. God bless America!
Have you ever been asked about your Ash Wednesday ashes? During the Ash Wednesday service our foreheads are adorned with ashes followed by the words: "For you are dust, And to dust you shall return." (Gen. 3:19) This physical sign commemorates the beginning of our Lenten season of sacrifice and spiritual growth.
New this Lent… Renowned theologian Dr. Scott Hahn and former Swiss Guard David Giesser—author of the bestselling Vatican Cookbook—are introducing a new way to engage with the Lenten season. The Lenten Cookbook is a new recipe book filled with guidance and wisdom to help you have an especially committed, fruitful Lent! Nourishing both body and soul, this marvelous cookbook offers traditional Lenten meals from a Swiss-Guard-turned-chef.
Manual for Men serves as a field guide and instruction manual for those husbands, fathers, sons and brothers who would become real men of God, men who protect, physically and spiritually, those entrusted to them; men who sacrifice, pray, fight, love, and live by the example of Christ. An incredible gift for the fathers in your life. Tap the photo to buy now!
The month of July traditionally honors the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. It is the blood of Christ, the Lamb of God, which cleanses us from sin—therefore the Church developed a devotion to Jesus' physical blood and its mystical power, just as it did for His Sacred Heart from which His blood poured out on the Cross.
The heart of a father is the masterpiece of nature. - Antoine Francois Prevost Show your appreciation for dad this Father's Day with this coffee gift box. With a 30oz stainless steel tumbler (perfect for the working man) that features a touching quote on the beauty of fatherhood from Jesuit writer, Antoine Francois Prevost. With the 16oz bag of Medium Roast St. Joe Coffee, this gift box will make Father's Day truly special for any dad or priest. Tap the photo to buy now!
“O death, where is thy victory? O death, where is thy sting?” — 1 Corinthians 15:55 Alleluia! He is risen! This is the most joyous feast of the year. Christ's death and resurrection are the foundation of the Christian faith. The churches are now filled with Jesus' presence and with His Light. They are no longer silent, as we join our voices and songs of praise with the choirs in heaven. Celebrate this Easter season to the fullest and see our Easter collection at CatholicCompany.com.
Rejoice! The Third Sunday of Advent is called Gaudete (Rejoice) Sunday. On Gaudete Sunday, we celebrate that our hopeful anticipation for the coming of Christ at Christmas is almost over. Rose is the liturgical color used to signify joy, and that is why we light the rose Advent candle on the third Sunday of Advent and the priests wear rose vestments.