Here’s an easy way to celebrate Holy Saturday. This is our family’s annual tradition and a bit of a treat after a long Lent. I make these on Good Friday and then refrigerate them. We bake them for a dessert on Holy Saturday. You can either make a basic dough recipe (here’s one I use frequently) or for an easier method – purchase Pillsbury roll (crescent dough) tubes. Items Needed: Large Marshmallows (1 per roll/tomb) 1/4 cup of sugar 1/4 cup of butter, melted 2 Tbl. of ground cinnamon (we love our cinnamon) Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Line a … Continue reading Resurrection “Tomb” Rolls
You may be tempted to keep Easter “simple” this year, but please remove those thoughts. Easter does not change based on human command. Whether we are allowed to attend Mass or not, it is still Easter. Continue reading Holy Week Preparations for a BIG Easter Celebration.
Lent is one of those times of the year, when the days seem longer, the food options are less appealing, and the promise of spring and the Resurrection are so very close. How many times has a Lenten season passed without barely batting an eye. We may follow the observance of no meat on Fridays, the removal of the Gloria at Mass, and giving up the usual sweet treats. But how many of these traditions are by habit rather than from the heart? The 2020 Lenten Season may have appeared to begin the same as every year prior. Yet, quickly … Continue reading A Call to a Deeper Faith