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I love movies! However, as Catholics, we have to be careful on what we watch. Catholic movie reviews for you!
Looking for a movie that you can let your kids watch without being worried about their innocence? Don’t worry! This page will guide you to different categories of kid friendly movies.
There are some movies out there that are just not good. Here is a list of movies to avoid and the reasons why.
We now have a St. Joseph coloring page honoring the "lover of silence and comrade of angels." Print it here!
Screenwriting can be hard. That's why we've made this page which has simple tricks and tips to make it easier!
The easiest and probably most successful movies you make will, in all likelihood, be the movies you have made from books. Read this guide to find all the steps to taking ideas from books to film.
Do you want to learn how become an actor? Or maybe not for yourself, but rather more for your friends who have volunteered to act in your movie? Learn how to on this page!
Desiring to become a moviemaker but not sure how to start? This page is here to teach you all there is to movie production with a collection of all the different aspects of moviemaking!
Learn how to make your own homemade movies on a budget! Read this page to get ideas on how to raise your funds and how to spend them wisely.
We now have a St. Patrick coloring page. He passed into Ireland where he devoted himself to the salvation of the barbarians. Print it here!
Get your Catholic Lent questions answered with a host of ideas for implementing a fruitful lenten season. Projects, book recommendations, and videos all help encourage your family to make the most of this sacrificial season.
This list of rainy day activities produces rain barrels of fun.
Host an Americanized version of a Burns night with these family Scottish party ideas for the menu as well as Scottish dinner party entertainment, a unique idea for an adult birthday party.
This Outlaws Of Ravenhurst book summary tells the exciting story about the Gordon returning to his true home in Scotland.
Finding a good book can be hard. Finding a good and interesting book for a young adult can be even harder. This list of young adult book reviews has five great choices!
Throw a candy party theme to celebrate the approach of Christmas or a December birthday! Can't go wrong with these decorations and activities for kids!
Making gingerbread houses and Miraculous Medal crafts plus consecrations to the Immaculate Heart, there are material and spiritual customs for Our Lady ’s great feast of the Immaculate Conception.
Jesse tree customs and prayers. This advent calendar of sorts includes purchased or handmade ornaments and scripture verses. Rich in meaning, make it part of your Christmas traditions.
Our family fun movie list is here to help you choose your next film for family movie night. Each movie listed is reviewed for questionable scenes for conscientious Christian parents.
DaMama was very honored when she was asked by honestbody.com to share our family's GAPS story.
The article was recently published on honestbody.com a site ran by Melanie Christner a GAPS practitioner. Melanie has an excellent newsletter that usually contains recipes and meal planning ideas for GAPS families. We highly recommend subscribing to her newsletter if you are interested in the GAPS lifestyle.
You can read DaMama's article "My GAPS Story" on honestbody's blog.
If you are interested in Hildegard medicine, you won't want to miss these reviews.
Never be caught in a pinch again. Learn how to wash laundry by hand any time any where.
Knowledge of the classical writers of a person’s language is very beneficial to education. It is a person’s duty to strive for as good an education as
This year, our Mary Garden is really taking off! I planted many of the flowers suggested in the second year Little Women's Program project for May. These
This Johanna Spyri's Heidi book summary gives all the details you need to encourage you to dive into this joyful book.
Family projects are a great way to enjoy one another while accomplishing a shared goal. Here are three family projects that can improve your home and your yard while spending time with the family.
Flame of White follows Beppo as he transfers from parish to parish, then diocese to diocese, and at last becomes the pope.
Do you have raw wool just waiting to be cleaned but you just don’t know how to do it? Here is a step by step guide on how to clean a fleece!
Get out those crayons and get ready to color this St. Zita coloring page, one of our free coloring pages for Catholics.
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