Happy Birthday Mother Mary

Happy Birthday Mother Mary!

Mary crafts

Check out some Mary Crafts!

Alphabet of Mary cover

Do some reading! Here’s our review of An Alphabet of Mary!

Here’s a challenge:


Photo from Red Couch Recipes

Can you make a fantastic dinner feast with only white ingredients, to represent the sinlessness of Mary?

Leave a comment with YOUR recommendations for an All-White Menu for dinner tonight!



Celebrate with some birthday cake!

Check out the “M” Cake for Mary at Catholic Inspired


…and decorate the table with these fabulous Shining Light Dolls!

Shining Light Dolls

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Catholic Playground Mary Grotto


Hey, check out this other craft I found today from Catholic Playground!



  1. Monica
    Thanks for sharing these amazing ideas!

    Pinning for future Marian feasts.

    God bless,

  2. That book look sgrogeous and the dolls are so cute. We are keeping things imple this year for the Nativity of Mary since we only had the morning togther. We did a breakfast “tea” with GFCF waffle cake, vanilla ice cream (white to show her purity and sweet, b/c she is), blueberries (blue being Mary’s color), white sliced bananas and apple-pears (for purity). Before it, we sanf Mary Happy birthday, prayed the Hail Mary and another prayer from a kids Praying with the Saints book I have. Then, we read Catholic Treasury stories about Mary and did some coloring before moving on to Mass prep and Mass. In the past, we have done Nativity of Mary Workbox/Montessori shelf stuff, last-minute, on-the-fly Nativity of Mary celebrations, Life of Mary 3-Part Sequencing cards and a Simple Happy Birthday Mary tea. The links for all these can be found at the bottom of this post – http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2013/09/a-quick-and-easy-craft-for-exaltation.html

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