Prayer to Mary, Undoer of Knots Virgin Mary, Mother of fair love, Mother who never refuses to come to the aid of a child in need, Mother whose hands never cease to serve your beloved children because they are moved by the divine love and immense mercy that exists in your heart, cast your […]
This is a quick and easy craft to help your children understand the wonder of the Ascension. You will need For option one: Ascension craft pattern Paper or card Glue Scissors Pencils, crayons or textas For option two: The Ascension image Card Sticky tape String A drinking straw What to do Option one 1. […]
Here’s how to Make Your Own Peanut Butter! If you are like me and LOVE peanut butter then you will enjoy making, tasting and perfecting your own. Unlike shop bought varieties this peanut butter has no preservatives, no added colours or flavourings! It’s natural, yummy and good for you & your family, simple and quick […]
St Augustine Feast Day: May 27th Patronage: England St Augustine of Canterbury was the first Archbishop of Canterbury in the year 597. He is considered the “Apostle to the English” and a founder of the English Church. St Augustine was the prior of a monastery in Rome when Pope Gregory the Great chose him in 595 to lead a mission, usually known as the Gregorian […]
“I’m Just Not Cut Out To Homeschool!” – One Mum’s Experience My eldest is five years old. He should have started school this year… He is not going to school because we have decided to educate our children at home. Interestingly, now that it is obvious to people that we are home educating, we are […]
Most Delicious Cookies N’ Cream Fudge consists of a blend of white chocolate, condensed milk and oreo cookies, this fudge is easy to make and simply delicious!
Calzones are basically a pizza that’s turned into a pastry! Soooo yum and you can fill it with whatever you have lying around in the fridge. This one is filled with chicken and mushroom stroganoff.
I have a very energetic little 3 year old and from time to time I like him to sit quietly and concentrate on a task. I found this simple pouring and filling activity to work well. Materials: 2 cups small pasta 2 cups uncooked rice 2 cups corn kernals Large plastic tub Medium size spoon […]
AUDIO GOSPEL REFLECTIONS Recorded Homily, Sunday 25th May 2014: By Father Peter Murphy, Parish Priest, Holy Spirit Lavington, New South Wales.
Image Credit: Jayson Kingsbeer There was always something, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. From the young age of 12 months, I knew my oldest son, who is now three was always a little different in some way. He had certain habits and traits and he liked to do things a […]