Category: November

Novena to the Immaculate Conception

Novena to the Immaculate Conception Begin the Novena to the Immaculate Conception on November 29 and end on December 7, the Vigil of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Immaculate Virgin Mary, you were pleasing in the sight of God from the first moment of your conception in the womb of your mother, St. Anne.Read more

Thanksgiving centerpiece

Deck you Thanksgiving table this year with a fun and interactive centerpiece!  This thanksgiving craft will compliment your house, making it look festive, all while helping family and friends practice the true meaning of the holiday – giving thanks! You will need: – branches from a craft store or your yard – this template – a vase –Read more

Paper Chain Advent Calendar

The purpose of Advent is to prepare our hearts for the birth of our Lord.  Here is a very simple and easy way to anticipate this beautiful solemnity!Paper chain countdowns are a big hit at our house!  It certainly adds to the anticipation of the Our Lord’s birth when little ones wake up every morning and canRead more

Saint Quote Scrambles

Here is a fun worksheet that combines your puzzle skills with quotes from the saints. There are two levels: easy and hard. Detailed instructions are on the sheets. Enjoy! Click the image below to print the (easy) Saint Quote Scramble.   Click the image below to print the (hard) Saint Quote Scramble.Read more

Saints of the Pro-Life Movement Crossword Puzzle

As Catholics, we are called to protect and defend life, from the smallest and most vulnerable, to the sick and the elderly. From conception to natural death, our mission is to love what God has given and created. In the Catholic Church, we are so blessed to have incredible and holy examples of unconditional loveRead more

Fall Craft: Noah’s Ark Leaf Animals

Here’s a super fun and simple craft that’s perfect for this colorful time of year! 🙂 Lately, our younger sister has made a hobby of collecting leaves from the yard.  Last weekend we decided to take her hobby one step further and make it into a Bible craft project! You will need lots of leavesRead more

Communion of Saints Cookies

“Those that so honor Him shall shine in heaven like the sun among the stars; for the glory of my Divine Son’s humanity will redound in a special measure in those who have behaved well toward Him in the Blessed Sacrament and have received Him with all reverence…” -Venerable Mother Mary of Agreda Using this sugarRead more

Saint Therese of Lisieux Shower of Roses Ring Toss

“If a little flower could speak, it seems to me that it would tell us quite simply all that God has done for it, without hiding any of its gifts. It would not, under the pretext of humility, say that it was not pretty, or that it had not a sweet scent, that the sunRead more

Saints Jude, Patrick, Christopher, & John Paul II puzzle blocks papercraft

New for All Saints Day: a puzzle block papercraft template! (Click here to view the St. Therese of Lisieux puzzle blocks) For just 99¢, you can download, print, cut, color, and assemble this easy saints craft, commemorating Saint Jude, Pope Saint John Paul II, Saint Christopher, and Saint Patrick. Download Now Once you have downloaded, printed,Read more

Saints Edition 20 Questions

This is a challenging group game that we’ve played at many parties. It’s a Catholic twist on the game “20 Questions.” First, attach a name of a saint to each person’s back with tape or a pin. You can make the names as easy or as hard as you like, depending on the ages ofRead more

Miraculous Medal Craft

“O MARY, CONCEIVED WITHOUT SIN, PRAY FOR US WHO HAVE RECOURSE TO THEE” Recreate the MIRACULOUS MEDAL using: * a piece of smooth cardboard or foamboard * tin foil * hot glue * MIRACULOUS MEDAL template below First, print the free template of the MIRACULOUS MEDAL below. (Please note that because of the difficulty ofRead more

Saint Francis of Assisi Animal Toss

…featuring St. Francis himself! A life-size saint is easier to make than you think! You will need: a large (tall) piece of cardboard or foam board a picture of the face of St. Francis brown fabric rope or cord scissors (or knife for cutting) tape To create the body, trace the outline of a personRead more

Saints and Objects Matching Game

 This is a fun All Saints’ Day game for all ages to enjoy! It is also so easy to assemble.  We used: * black foam board * string for hanging the objects *”s” hooks * color pictures of the saints-we specifically chose images of the saints that did not show their objects, to make theRead more

Saint Catherine Laboure coloring page: November 28th

St. Catherine Laboure was still very young when she joined the Daughters of Charity in Paris, France. In 1830, when Catherine was just 24 years old, the Blessed Virgin appeared to her three times. Mary showed Catherine a medal dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, which she desired to be spread throughout the world. This medalRead more

Saint Andrew the Apostle coloring page: November 30th

“As he was walking by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who was called Peter, and his brother Andrew, casting a net into the sea; they were fishermen. He said to them, “Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men.” At once they left their nets and followed him.”Read more

Saint Cecilia coloring page: November 22nd

Cecilia was a devout, young girl who dedicated her life to God. Though she was from a wealthy family and promised in marriage to a man, she chose to spend her time in prayer and fasting. She was responsible for both her husband’s and his brother’s baptisms. After their deaths, she spent her days spreadingRead more

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