Candy and costumes, witches and ghouls—your children are probably hyped up on Halloween these days.
And since superheroes and spirits are already on their minds, why not take a moment to tell them the story of All Saints' Day, a.k.a. "All Hallow's Day," the day after Halloween for celebrating the known and unknown saints who have died faithful to Christ.
Talking about the saints can help your children connect to Halloween on a deeper level. Discovering their stories can set great examples of virtuous, faithful lives—and it tackles that scary subject of death in a not-so-scary way.Read More