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Advent Traditions for Catholic Families


  Advent, the prayerful and penitential liturgical season leading up to Christmas, offers so much to enjoy with our families. While the world has already professed Christmas is here, as Catholics, we try to observe Advent and keep to traditions that focus on salvation history from Creation through the Incarnation of Jesus. Familiar Advent traditions include placing wreaths and candles, special prayers each evening at dinner, and celebrating feasts that fall during Advent. There are many ways to observe Advent. Below are ideas you can try together as a family. Attend Mass Attending Mass allows us to grow closer to Jesus [...]

Advent Traditions for Catholic Families2022-11-22T12:21:43-05:00

Preparing for Christmas By Observing a Holy Advent


Advent at RAA Advent is traditionally a time of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving and is sometimes called "little Lent". As we prepare our hearts and homes for the coming of Christ at Christmas, Regina Angelorum Academy (RAA) also prepares intentionally by praying different prayers during Forum and saying the St. Andrew Novena together beginning November 30. In this post, we share ways that RAA faculty and students will observe Advent. To learn ways you and your family can prepare together during this time of great anticipation, read our blog post about Advent Traditions for Catholic Families. Morning Prayer During Forum: Sing [...]

Preparing for Christmas By Observing a Holy Advent2022-11-22T11:34:48-05:00
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