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  • Creating Family Time and Traditions in the Summer

    Creating Family Time and Traditions in the Summer Summer has always been one of my favorite times of the year, even though it's hot as all get out where I live. Being born and raised in East Texas certainly helped me to get acclimated to the heat but it was also more tolerable because of all the fun things we used to do. Liturgical Living Through the Seasons I'm sure that I've shared with you before that I wasn't raised in a practicing Catholic family and you may have also heard me say that I grew up in a generational liturgical living family. How is that possible? There is one clear answer and that is God's grace. More practically speaking the liturgical life of the church was handed down to me through my grandmother who pulled her children and grandchildren together to share faith, culture, and family time. I also received the liturgical year through the natural seasons which my family was very much in tune with. The natural seasons: winter, fall, spring, and summer, were always marked with special festivities and food in my home. Knowing God Through the Seasons By celebrating and living in close connection to the natural seasons I was able to observe the foundations of the liturgical year, the patterns of life in their most basic form. And I was given the opportunity to come to know the God creation on a very basic level, through a rhythmic and seasonal system that existed before the liturgical calendar. In essence, liturgical living came to me through the dying and rising pattern of creation before adding in feasts, devotions and dedications from the liturgical year. Keep Your Memories Alive Summer, in particular, was given life with the annual summer crawfish boil, monthly pool parties, our neighborhood block party, outdoor movie & snack nights, indoor camping, 4 wheeler riding (also called muddin'), and dance parties. As I read that back I think I might get questions about whether the movie and snack nights were actually outdoors and the camping was actually indoors. That is correct! My dad had a TV set up in our outdoor patio and my mother wasn't one for camping so we would set up our kid size tents in the living room and she would serve us snacks and set up games. I love these precious memories, but I try to not just keep them as a memory but as a living, breathing experience that endures with my family and friends today. Do you pass down the things of your childhood and family life to your children, husband, neighbors, and friends? If not, I encourage you to do so, this is how we create tradition. Summer Tradition Ideas Summer is the perfect season for families and friends to come together and create lasting memories. The warm weather and longer days provide ample opportunities for bonding and fun. Here are some creative and engaging ways to establish family time and traditions this summer. 1. Weekly Family Picnics Hosting a weekly picnic can be a delightful way to enjoy the outdoors together. Choose different parks or scenic spots each week. Bring along a basket filled with favorite foods, a blanket, and some games. This tradition allows everyone to disconnect from their routines and reconnect with each other. 2. Gardening Together Start a family garden where everyone can contribute. Whether it’s planting flowers, vegetables, or herbs, gardening teaches patience, responsibility, and teamwork. Plus, harvesting and eating your home-grown produce is a rewarding experience. This activity can become a summer staple, evolving each year as your garden grows. 3. Outdoor Movie Nights Transform your backyard into an open-air theater. Hang a white sheet or set up a projector screen, lay out some blankets and pillows, and enjoy a movie under the stars. Choose a night of the week to make this a regular event, complete with popcorn and your family’s favorite films. 4. Beach, Lake, or Pool Days If you live near a beach or a lake, dedicate one day each week to water fun. Pack a cooler, bring along some water toys, and spend the day swimming, building sandcastles, and playing beach games. These outings provide a relaxing environment for everyone to unwind and bond. 5. Family Road Trips Plan mini road trips to explore nearby attractions, nature spots, or even Catholic churches. Visit national parks, historical sites, or quirky roadside attractions. These trips don’t have to be elaborate; even a short drive can lead to a day of adventure and learning. My friends over at Friends of the Faith suggested that you try traveling to local holy places, you never know what sacred images, stories, and encounters you might have! 6. Cooking and Baking Together Involve everyone in preparing meals or baking treats. Try out new recipes or recreate family favorites. This activity not only brings everyone into the kitchen but also teaches valuable cooking skills. You can even start a family recipe book, adding new dishes each summer. 7. Summer Spiritual Reading Challenge Encourage a love for reading by starting a summer reading challenge. Set goals and reward achievements with a special treat or outing. Create a cozy reading nook or have family reading sessions where each member shares their favorite book. 8. DIY Craft Projects Engage in arts and crafts projects that the whole family can enjoy. Create tie-dye shirts, paint canvases, or build birdhouses. Display your creations around the house or garden as a reminder of your fun summer projects. 9. Fitness and Sports Activities Stay active together by trying out different sports or fitness routines. Go for bike rides, play soccer, or have a weekly family walk time. This promotes a healthy lifestyle and keeps everyone energized. 10. Star Gazing Nights On clear nights, set up a cozy spot in the yard with blankets and pillows to watch the stars. Use a telescope if you have one, or simply lie back and enjoy the night sky. Learn about constellations together and make wishes on shooting stars. 11. Family Game Tournaments Host a series of game nights with both indoor and outdoor games. From board games and card games to relay races and scavenger hunts, these tournaments can become highly anticipated events filled with laughter and friendly competition. 12. Daily Family Prayer Time Dedicate some time to every day to praying together. Each week, go to adoration with one another, even if it's just for 10-15 minutes. This is a great time to ground your family in the spiritual disciplines you were wanting to do during the school year but were too busy to begin. Let's do it now! By incorporating these activities into your summer routine, you can create meaningful family traditions that will be cherished for years to come. The key is to be consistent and open to new experiences, ensuring that each summer is filled with joy, laughter, and togetherness. I pray that you were able to gather helpful ideas for bringing summertime into your home and community. Tell me how it went in the comments or by sharing pictures with me on Facebook or Instagram.

  • 17 Marian Garden Flowers and Their Meaning

    Symbols play a significant role in deepening spiritual connections and conveying profound truths. Among these symbols, flowers hold a special place, with each bloom often carrying layers of meaning and association. In particular, the Blessed Virgin Mary is often linked with various flowers, each representing different aspects of her character, virtues, and mysteries. Throughout the month of May and the upcoming summer months it's easy to get inspired to plant a garden, but as Catholics we can make it even more meaningful by choosing blooms that will speak to Our Lady. Within that garden you could even put a garden statue of Mary and a bench or a comfortable chair to sit in while you pray the rosary. Let's explore the significance of some flowers commonly associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary. 1. Rose Perhaps the most iconic flower associated with Mary is the rose. Just as the rose is often considered the queen of flowers, Mary is often referred to as the Queen of Heaven. The rose symbolizes her purity, beauty, and grace. In Marian art and devotional imagery, Mary is frequently depicted holding or surrounded by roses, symbolizing her role as the Mystical Rose. The rosary, isa popular devotion dedicated to Mary, and is often symbolized by a garland of roses. 2. Lily The lily is another prominent flower in Marian symbolism, representing purity, innocence, and the Immaculate Conception of Mary. Its white petals symbolize Mary's sinlessness and her role as the vessel of God's grace. Mary is often depicted holding a lily, signifying her purity of heart and soul. The Annunciation, the moment when the angel Gabriel announced to Mary that she would conceive Jesus, is often depicted with lilies as a symbol of the purity of the Virgin. 3. Violet Violets are associated with humility and modesty, virtues exemplified by Mary throughout her life. Mary's humility is celebrated as she willingly accepted God's plan for her life, despite its challenges and uncertainties. Violets, with their delicate beauty and unassuming presence, serve as a reminder of Mary's humble and obedient response to God's call. 4. Lily of the Valley Often called "Our Lady's Tears," the Lily of the Valley is associated with Mary's sorrows, particularly her grief at the crucifixion of her son, Jesus. Its drooping white blossoms symbolize Mary's tears shed during her earthly life as she witnessed the suffering of her beloved son. Despite her sorrow, Mary's faith and love remained steadfast, offering solace and compassion to all who turn to her in times of trial. 5. Bluebells Bluebells are sometimes associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary due to their gentle blue hue, reminiscent of the color often used to depict her in traditional art. Blue is a color often associated with Mary, symbolizing her heavenly nature, purity, and maternal love. Bluebells, with their delicate bell-shaped flowers, evoke a sense of reverence and tranquility, inviting believers to contemplate Mary's role as the Mother of God and our spiritual mother. 6. Marigold In some cultures, marigolds are associated with Mary and are used in devotional practices honoring her. The vibrant orange and gold hues of marigolds symbolize Mary's glory and majesty as Queen of Heaven. Marigolds are often offered as tokens of devotion and adornment in Marian shrines and processions, serving as a colorful expression of love and reverence for the Blessed Virgin. 7. Forget-Me-Not This delicate flower symbolizes remembrance and eternal love. In the context of Mary, the Forget-Me-Not can represent the enduring love and intercession of the Blessed Virgin for all her children. It serves as a reminder that Mary never forgets those who turn to her in prayer and seek her maternal care. 8. Honeysuckle Honeysuckle is often associated with Mary's sweetness, devotion, and fidelity. In relation to Mary, it can symbolize the sweet fragrance of her love and virtues, and the unwavering devotion of her faithful followers. Just as the honeysuckle vine clings to its support, Mary's devotees cling to her as their spiritual guide and advocate. 9. Jasmine Jasmine is known for its intoxicating fragrance and delicate white flowers. In Marian symbolism, jasmine can represent purity, grace, and beauty of Mary's presence. Its heavenly scent evokes a sense of the divine and serves as a reminder of Mary's role as the Mother of God, whose love envelops her children like a comforting fragrance. 10. Carnation Carnations are often associated with devotion and motherhood. In the context of Mary, the carnation symbolizes her maternal love for humanity and her role as the nurturing mother of all believers. Its various colors, including white for purity and pink for maternal love, reflect different aspects of Mary's character and virtues. 11. Columbine Columbines are known for their unique, bell-shaped flowers and are often associated with innocence and purity. In relation to Mary, the columbine can symbolize her innocence and her role as the Immaculate Conception. Its graceful appearance reminds believers of Mary's gentle and pure-hearted nature, inviting them to emulate her virtues in their own lives. 12. Iris The iris is associated with faith, wisdom, and hope. In Marian symbolism, the iris represents Mary's faithfulness to God's will, her wisdom in discerning divine mysteries, and the hope she offers to all who seek her intercession. Its vibrant colors and elegant form serve as a visual reminder that we should be faithful to God's will just as Mary is. 13. Pansy Pansies are often linked with remembrance and loving thoughts. In connection with Mary, pansies symbolize the affection and reverence that believers hold for her. Their gentle appearance reflect the heartfelt devotion and admiration that people have for the Mother of God. 14. Peony Peonies are known for their large, fragrant blooms and are often associated with prosperity, compassion, and beauty. In relation to Mary, peonies symbolize her abundant grace and maternal care. Their lush petals and rich colors serve as a visual reminder of Mary's overflowing love and the spiritual blessings she bestows upon her children. 15. Morning Glory Morning glories are beloved for their bright, trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom in the early hours of the day. They symbolize renewal, hope, and the fleeting nature of life. In the context of Mary, morning glories represent the dawn of salvation brought forth by her son, Jesus Christ. Their fleeting blooms remind believers of the transient nature of earthly life and the eternal hope found in Mary's intercession. 16. Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemums are associated with honor, loyalty, and longevity. Chrysanthemums symbolize Mary's exalted status as Queen of Heaven! Their diverse colors and intricate blooms reflect the multifaceted nature of Mary's role as intercessor, protector, and guide. 17. Daffodil Daffodils are known for their cheerful yellow blossoms, which herald the arrival of spring. They symbolize rebirth, new beginnings, and the promise of hope. In connection with Mary, daffodils represent the joy and hope that she brings to the world through her son, Jesus Christ. Their bright petals serve as a reminder of Mary's role in the redemption of humanity and the renewal of all all creation. These floral symbols associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary can offer us a profound way to deepen our devotion and understanding of Mary's role in salvation history. Each flower carries its own unique symbolism, reflecting different facets of Mary's character, virtues, and mysteries. Whether it's the purity of the rose, the humility of the violet, or the sorrow of the Lily of the Valley, these flowers invite us to contemplate the beauty and grace of the Mother of God, who continues to intercede for us with her maternal love and compassion. Did you plant a Marian Garden using this guide? Share a picture with me on Facebook or Instagram and tag His Girl Sunday!

  • Holy Thursday Meaning & Seven Churches Tradition

    The Essential Meaning of Holy Thursday Holy Thursday, also known as Maundy Thursday, is a significant day in the Church's liturgical calendar. It gets the name maundy from the Latin word "mandatum" which also means "commandment." In John 13:34-35 Jesus says, "a new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” In this way Jesus prepares us for what is to come, His death, and a life in which He will no longer be physically present on earth, but present through us, His Church. With that in mind Jesus institutes the Eucharist, shows us how to serve by washing the feet of his Apostles, and institutes the priesthood. All of these actions are essential components that we need to be united with Him through the sacraments and one another, this is what establishes the Church. We hear the words of the Last Supper at every Mass, "do this in memory of me," and not as in remember, but to be re-membered with Jesus' own body and that of the Church as the body of Christ. Liturgically Speaking Holy Thursday also concludes the end of Lent and the start of the Paschal Triduum which also embraces Good Friday, the Easter Vigil, and concludes on the evening of Easter Sunday. It is a time of solemn reflection on the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. By commemorating the events of Holy Thursday, we prepare ourselves spiritually for the remembrance of Jesus' crucifixion and his ultimate triumph over death. Holy Thursday Liturgy Highlights 1. The Last Supper: Holy Thursday marks the occasion of the Last Supper, where Jesus gathered with his disciples to celebrate the Passover meal. During this meal, Jesus instituted the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist by consecrating bread and wine, saying, "This is my body" and "This is my blood." He instructed his disciples to "do this in memory of me," and this establishing the practice of the Eucharist. 2. The Institution of the Priesthood: At the Last Supper, Jesus also washed the feet of his disciples, demonstrating acts of humility and service. This symbolizes Jesus' call to his followers to serve one another in love. Furthermore, it serves as a model for the priesthood, emphasizing the importance of humility and service in their ministry and vocation. 3. The Agony in the Garden: After the Last Supper, Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray. It was here that he experienced intense anguish and distress, knowing the suffering and crucifixion that awaited him. Jesus' prayer in the garden reflects his submission to the will of God and serves as an example of surrender and trust in God's plan, even in the face of great suffering. This is where the tradition of visiting seven churches began and if you scroll down you can see more about that. 4. Altar of Repose: The altar of repose is an altar other than the main altar where the consecrated host is kept for adoration and reserved for use on Good Friday. Traditionally, the congregation will process to this altar towards the end of the Holy Thursday Mass to spend time in reflection and adoration with Jesus just as he asks his apostles to stay awake and keep watch with him. Notice that the liturgy didn't conclude? See the next point! 5. Start of a Three Day Liturgy: One of the interesting elements to the Holy Thursday liturgy is that there is no dismissal or final blessing. That is because the Paschal Triduum liturgy begins on Holy Thursday, but it doesn't until Easter Sunday. Are you thinking, that's four days? Let me clear that up for you. The Paschal Triduum is one liturgical celebration that encompasses three days. Beginning on Holy Thursday and ending the evening of Easter Sunday. You may be thinking, that's four, 1) Thursday, 2) Friday, 3) Saturday, 4) Sunday. Remember, the Church counts these days liturgically, so the “day” begins the evening before. Just as we read in Genesis, “evening came, and morning followed, the first day." Day 1: Thursday evening to Friday evening Day 2: Friday evening to Saturday evening Day 3: Saturday evening to Sunday evening The Origin Story Tradition says that the "Seven Churches" visited by St. Philip Neri and his friends were the seven ancient basilicas in Rome. These basilicas are considered significant sites in the history of Christianity and some Catholics even associate a meditation with each church and a scripture passage. Church One 1. St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano): Located in Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica is one of the largest and most important churches in the world. It is built over the traditional burial site of Saint Peter, one of the twelve apostles and the first pope according to Catholic tradition. Reflection: Recall Jesus going from the Last Supper to His agony in the garden. Scripture: Luke 22: 39-46 Church Two 2. St. Paul Outside the Walls (Basilica di San Paolo fuori le Mura): This basilica is located outside the ancient walls of Rome and is dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. It is said to be built over the burial site of Saint Paul. Reflection: Recall Jesus being taken out of the garden by the guards and crowd to the house of Annas where He is interrogated. Scripture: John 18:19-22 Church Three 3. St. John Lateran (Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano): Officially known as the Archbasilica of the Most Holy Savior and Saints John the Baptist and the Evangelist at the Lateran, this basilica is the cathedral church of Rome and is considered the mother church of all Roman Catholic churches worldwide. Reflection: Recall Jesus being held captive in the house of Caiaphas where he is beaten and ridiculed. Scripture: Matthew 26:63-65 Church Four 4. St. Mary Major (Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore): Also known as the Basilica of Saint Mary Major, this church is one of the four major basilicas in Rome and is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is one of the oldest churches dedicated to Mary in the Western world. Reflection: Recall Jesus being brought before Pontius Pilate. Scripture: John 18:35-37 Church Five 5. St. Lawrence Outside the Walls (Basilica di San Lorenzo fuori le Mura): This basilica is dedicated to Saint Lawrence, a deacon in the early Christian Church who was martyred during the persecution of Emperor Valerian. It is one of the seven pilgrimage churches of Rome. Reflection: Recall Jesus being taken before King Herod where he is mocked and abused. Scripture: Luke 23: 8-9;11 Church Six 6. Holy Cross in Jerusalem (Basilica di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme): This basilica is located in Rome and is known for containing relics purportedly from the Holy Land, including soil from Jerusalem. Reflection: Recall Jesus being brought before Herod a second time where he is scourged and crowned with thorns. Scripture: Matthew 27: 22-26 Church Seven 7. St. Sebastian Outside the Walls (Basilica di San Sebastiano fuori le Mura): This basilica is dedicated to Saint Sebastian, a Christian martyr who was killed during the persecution of Christians under the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Reflection: Recall Christ carrying his cross and enduring a painful death. Scripture: Matthew 27: 27-31 Prayer Recommendations Overall, Holy Thursday is a day of profound significance for us, as it commemorates the foundational events of our faith, including the institution of the Eucharist and the priesthood, as well as Jesus' selfless example of service and his obedience to the will of God unto death. It is a time for reflection, prayer, and deepening one's commitment to following Christ's teachings of love, humility, and self-sacrifice. I pray that you have a blessed Paschal Triduum! If you participated in the seven churches tradition, share your experience with me so that I can share with others. Let's be a helpful inspiration to one another. You can tag me on Facebook here, or on Instagram here.

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  • Advent Liturgical Living

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