So much of the advice on liturgical living – that is, living the Catholic liturgical calendar in our hearts and homes – focuses, appropriately, on children, as a way to communicate and pass on the incredibly important traditions of our faith. However, children aren’t the only ones who need to instruction, structure, and encouragement when it comes to liturgical living…adults do, too!
In Episode 183 of The Catholic Mama podcast, I’m joined by Catholic blogger and adult faith formation instructor, Lauren De Witt of TheContemplativeHomemaker.com to discuss exactly what is liturgical living, why it’s important for adults to form their faith according to the Church’s liturgical calendar, and practical ways to make that happen throughout the day, as well as the major seasons in the Church’s liturgy.
Also be sure and connect with Lauren at her website TheContemplativeHomemaker.com, where she offers excellent monthly liturgical living ideas geared for both children and adults.
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