Gallery of Feast Day Fun posts, featuring the Kelly Saints and fun activities, crafts and family traditions to live Liturgically! Celebrate the Feast Days! These are our own heroes of our Catholic Faith!
Frozen, Star Wars, Minions and Paw Patrol Valentines are nice…but don’t you want to glean the wisdom of the Saints about Love on Saint Valentine’s Day? Introduce the Saints to your kids’ classmates this Valentine’s Day with these super cute
Do you fill shoes on the Eve of the Feast of St. Nicholas?
As tradition holds, the saintly bishop is allowed by God to continue the kindness to children that he is known for, by returning on his Feast day and visiting them. St. Nicholas gives little treats to good children who can answer catechism questions and recite their prayers.
Easy as Abacus Divine Mercy
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The Easy as Abacus Divine Mercy offers prayers and clipart to customize a Divine Mercy Abacus made from a Dollarstore square framed canvas*. The strung Pony beads are perfect for little fingers to count the prayers of the Divine Mercy as well as the 9 days of the Novena.
Includes Divine Mercy Prayers Bookmark and a One page Divine Mercy template with all the prayers and beads to color.
Welcome to Feast Day Fun: St Louis and St Zélie
With the canonization of the first Saint couple last October, July 12th is the first official Feast Day of St Louis and St Zélie!
We are reminded that part of our vocation in marriage is to help get our spouses to Heaven and St Louis and St Zélie lead the way in this, being the FIRST COUPLE to be CANONIZED TOGETHER!
Feast Day Crafts and Activities
Excerpts from A Treasure Chest of Traditions for Catholic Families , various posts at Equipping Catholic Families and our Saint Scripts Craft Kits (Series ONE and TWO). Although we enjoyed the Feast of St. Joseph on March 19, May 1st is the Feast of the SAME St. Joseph, this time focusing on the Worker. St Joseph was humble, pure, gentle and wise, protecting the Holy Family. He walked by Faith, taking Mary as his wife and guiding and protecting the Baby Jesus, heeding the instructions from the Angel of the Lord. He worked humbly and diligently as a carpenter, to provide for his family. It is believed that Joseph died peacefully in the Arms of Jesus and Mary. One of the symbols of Saint Joseph is the lily in honor of his purity, so we present the Handprint Lilies craft! A couple years ago, we turned a couple of on-clearance TY dolls into Saints…like St. Patrick, Mother Mary, Jesus, St John Paul II. Here is my St. Joseph…and the St Joseph made by friend Lucia who inspired me with her idea and even sent me a doll (St John Paul II) along with these cute little tools she found!