Easy as Abacus Rosary
PDF Download $5 (just $3 until Oct 28/16)
The Easy as Abacus Rosary offers Mysteries of the Rosary thumbnails and clipart of the Blessed Virgin Mary to customize a Rosary Abacus made from a Dollarstore square framed canvas. The strung Pony beads are perfect for little fingers to count the prayers of the Rosary, while they visualize each Mystery in the Kelly Saints illustrations.
How is your new school year turning out? This September, I decided to get a little more organized and try out a couple Planners, a new approach to prayer journaling, take a stab at bullet journaling and reign in a plethora of passwords.
I checked out a number of secular planners and calendars including cheap little ones from the dollar store and this beautiful Happy Planner.
You may have noticed less frequent posting over here at Equipping Catholic Families. We took a little extra family time this summer and we’re just now getting refocused on the blog and a few new creative projects including some Cathletics Craft Kits!
The canonization of St Teresa of Calcutta: September 4th, 2016!
It’s so exciting!
How are you going to celebrate?
We’ve got some custom artwork, links for resources including special St Teresa of Calcutta crafts, books, costumes and décor! Don’t miss the Zelie&Co Giveaway! Ends Sunday 2pm Eastern and our Back to School Craft Kit Sale (below!)
Craft Kit Sale! Spend $40 in Craft Kit PDFs for the new school year…get $10 OFF! Use code: BTS2016
Choose from Saint, Sacrament, Catechism, Liturgical Calendar, Mass and Prayer Craft Kits! Already researched and formatted, information-packed craft kits are ready to print. All you need: scissors, pencil crayons and glue*! Limited permission to copy is included with the kit!
Works of Mercy Craft Kit
PDF Download: $15
This Works of Mercy Craft Kit is available as a comprehensive PDF craft kit to print and it comes with permission to copy for use at home or in the classroom!
Welcome to Feast Day Fun: St Mary Magdalene
The Memorial of St Mary Magdalene has just been elevated to an official Feast Day!
A notorious sinner, St Mary repented and followed Jesus. She anointed His Feet with expensive oil, witnessed His Crucifixion and was the first to see Him after His Resurrection. She lived as a contemplative, receiving the Eucharist from angels.