Did you see the NEW Sacraments with the Saints Reconciliation Reader Craft Kit we launched yesterday?
It’s a 34 page booklet or carousel to help prepare for, celebrate and record the Sacrament of Reconciliation!
Celebrating Catholic Family and Faith with crafts, Catechesis and traditions!
We’re SO excited to release our brand new Sacraments with the Saints: Reconciliation Reader Craft Kit!
Sacraments with the Saints: Reconciliation Reader Craft Kit!
PDF Download: $15
The Reconciliation Reader: Sacraments with the Saints Craft Kit features fill-in-the-blanks and writing prompts for Baptism and Reconciliation: capturing what they have learned and what they’d like to remember! The 34-page Reader format is printed in black and white and easily embellished with full color Kelly SaintsTM clipart included in the kit.
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When you really stop to think about it…our Sacrament of Reconciliation is incredible!! Where else can we hand over our burdens and struggles and receive complete ABSOLUTION; the very MERCY of JESUS poured over our bruised and battered little souls. We celebrate Baptism with a beautiful flowy baby dress, a beautiful anointing and prayers at the Church …and by Holy Communion, those little babies are all dressed up in their suits and white dresses and veils, with no shortage of photo ops, gifts and cake. Both of these Sacraments are MONUMENTAL, but sometimes a quiet little evening of First Reconciliation, where kids line up for their one-to-one talk with the priest… gets a little overlooked.
Over the next few weeks, I plan to highlight a few ideas to celebrate the First Sacraments, giving them the significance and hoopla that they deserve. I’m hoping to offer ideas to help integrate the regular reception of the Sacraments into family life… with reverence and enthusiasm!