I’m so excited to announce Catholic All Year’s newest undertaking . . . we made a real no kidding TV show! And it’s available exclusively on FORMED.
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The first episode of Catholic All Year at Home is steaming now and it’s all about St. Nicholas Day.
You’ll get to see the kids and I make mulled wine and cider, speculaas cookies, and a Dutch fried meatball pub snack called bitterballen. Also, Bobby cries. #theonionsgothim I’ll share about some of the stories associated with these fun feast day foods, like why St. Nicholas is often pictured with three golden balls and without his mitre.
Most importantly you’ll get to see what actual feast day prep looks like in our kitchen. I hope you’ll be inspired to give it a try in your own home.
St. Nicholas’ Feast Day – December 6th
Complete recipes from this episode are available here:
If you like liturgical living recipes, check out the Catholic All Year Membership. CAY Members get exclusive access to the complete library of hundreds of recipes, organized by month and feast day, plus lots of other liturgical living resources.
We’ve got one more episode of Catholic All Year at Home in post-production right now, for Christmas Eve, so be on the lookout for that one.
If you like the show, please share it with your friends, family members, parish, school, and homeschool communities. We’ve got more episodes planned, but in order to get them greenlit, we need a lot of folks to watch these first two!
You can also find lots more Catholic All Year liturgical living video content on FORMED. Check that out here.