Living Liturgically

Ways to Cultivate the Faith At Home

We all love holidays like Christmas and Fourth of July; we also enjoy national days such as National Donut Day and National Fly a Kite Day. We, as Catholics, are blessed to have a year brimming with holy days and feasts days that we have the opportunity to celebrate with special meals or activities. This is not an exhaustive list; see below for some suggestions on how to celebrate our Christian year! 

"The Christian home is the place where children receive the first proclamation of the faith. For this reason the family home is rightly called “the domestic church,” a community of grace and prayer, a school of human virtues and of Christian charity" (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1666).

October 1: St. Therese of the Child Jesus

  • Pray for the Carmelite Order.

  • Perform a small act of love for someone.

  • Read St. Therese’s autobiography: The Story of a Soul.

October 2: The Holy Guardian Angels

  • Ask for the intercession of your guardian angel. 

  • Ask the guardian angel of someone you love to protect them from evil.

October 7: Our Lady of The Rosary

  • Pray the Rosary. 

  • Give a rosary to someone as a gift.

October 15: St. Teresa of Jesus

  • Reflect upon this account of her life.

  • Pray for those who suffer from headaches.

October 17: St. Ignatius of Antioch

  • Pray for God’s persecuted people spread throughout the world.

  • Read this short reflection on the life of St. Ignatius.  

October 19: Sts. John de Brebeuf and Isaac Jogues

  • Read the account of these Holy Martyrs.

  • Pray for the Native American and Canadian peoples.

  • Pray for the Jesuit Order.

October 28: Sts. Simon and Jude the Apostles

  • Pray for all those who seem to be in desperate situations.

  • Pray for the continued work and blessings of Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital.


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