Merry Christmas, everyone! We hope you’ve enjoyed all the wonderful link ups so far, because we certainly have! This week’s link up is being hosted by Haley of Carrots for Michaelmas, so head on over there to see last week’s posts that she’s featuring.
We are three Catholic bloggers who love to observe the liturgical year to deepen our families’ faith and build up the domestic church. We would love to hear about your family’s celebrations and traditions! Please join us in “redeeming the time” in this Year of Faith by sharing your posts about feast days, liturgical seasons, etc. in this new linkup. We are starting at the beginning of the Liturgical Year: The Season of Advent!
Some topics we would be excited to read about during the Advent and Christmas seasons are (but not limited to!):
- Sustainability and Responsible Gift Giving/Food
- Food & Recipes
- Simple Holiday traditions, crafts and activities
- Reflections on the seasons
- Teaching and Learning about the Christian Year with Children
This link up will be up until Saturday evening, so there will be plenty of time to get your article together – no need to rush to the computer during Christmas festivities!
We will be tweeting our favorite posts, and pinning them on our Little HolyDays Pinterest board.
If you are sharing your article on Twitter (please do!) be sure to mention Haley, Molly, or us, and use the hashtag #LittleHolyDays! We also have a Twitter list of bloggers that link up with Little HolyDays, and we’d love to add you to it!
For the three of us, this link up is a way in which we plan on exploring and deepening our Catholic faith, but we would really love to hear from bloggers of all denominations.
We welcome you to share your own feast, festivals, and celebrations that fall within each week of December. Celebrations for this week might include a wrap up of your advent celebrations, your Christmas Eve or Christmas Day plans, what you’re doing for the 12 Days of Christmas, or any other winter holiday celebration or tradition.
As moderators of this link up, we will reserve the right to remove any offensive or off-topic posts as we see fit, in order to maintain a positive and understanding atmosphere.
Be sure to visit our co-hosts!
Haley of Carrots for Michealmas
Molly of Molly Makes Do
Also, please take a moment to visit the other linkers and leave a short comment to let them know you were there! Let’s keep our Little HolyDays community strong!