We can’t believe it’s time for the Equipping Catholic Families Back to School SALE!
We’ve been busy getting our Super Saints Cards ready for print and raising the funds to get them printed (God-Willing!) in time for the World Meeting of Families!
Celebrating Catholic Family and Faith with crafts, Catechesis and traditions!
The square templates can be cut to fit into an 8″x8″ constructed or store-bought scrapbook or folded according to the enclosed instructions for an ACCORDIAN BOOK. Coloring and scrapbooking techniques are recommended to embellish the layouts, along with the clipart provided.
Scrapbooking or journaling is a great way to document our kids’ journey through the Sacraments! Compiling documents, pictures and thoughtful notes into a special book is fun to do…and makes a great gift for the child. Keepsakes like this help to build our Catholic family culture, focusing on these monumental milestones in our Catholic Faith.
Joseph and our front yard tree…have both grown a lot in the last 7 years!
Last night, Joseph received his Confirmation and his sister Emily was his Sponsor!
Pictured with our pastor Fr. Michael and our youth ministry coordinator Krystiana!
I decided to compile a bunch of one-pager printables into a new Cathletics Craft Kit Printable.
This Cathletics Craft Kit includes SIX one-page printable templates including:
It’s only $5, and we do appreciate your support if you can spare it…to help justify the amount of time we put into this site and our Cathletics Craft Kit Printables!
Bridget in our Family’s First Communion Dress. I’m so happy to get this picture and she looks so happy!
Each family had a pew at the First Communion, with the First Communicant sitting at the end at the center aisle. Our pastor deliberately assigned one pew per family…and let the crowd into the Church only 10 minutes before Mass started, to cut down on the chaos!
Let the First Communicant wear a First Communion dress crocheted by the Pope’s cousin.
It’s true. Bridget will be wearing our family First Communion dress. It’s not satiny or even very long like the other girls’ First Communion dresses, but it was lovingly made by our adopted-Grandma Elizabeth, married to the first cousin of St John Paul II.
I enjoy making meaningful, homemade gifts…especially when I think they will help immerse kids deeper in the Catholic Faith. As Catholics, we have a rich Tradition to pass along with many classic Catholic prayers…and awesome Saints to inspire and guide us.
It’s Sacrament Season again!
My Godson makes his First Holy Communion this Saturday and my daughter Bridget makes hers in 2 weeks!
Last year, I posted the Cool To Be Catholic Sacrament Gifts,
but I have discovered a couple more awesome products that I’d love to introduce you too!