Extraordinary Ideas for Summer Time Ordinary Time

The last couple weeks have been a BLUR! With Pentecost, Trinity Sunday (Father’s Day), Corpus Christi, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Solemnity of St Peter and St Paul…we’re finally ready to sink into the SUMMER weeks of Ordinary Time!
But…Ordinary Time need not be ORDINARY!

Ordinary Time is intended to remind us that Jesus is with us throughout all of our daily trials and triumphs. We should be striving to reflect Jesus’ Teaching with our actions every day.

I like to think of Ordinary Time as a time to focus on Faith and family…brushing up on Catechism, building our repertoire of prayers, delving into Scripture and forming habits that can carry us through all the Seasons!  We’ve got some Cathletics Craft Kits for that!

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There are plenty of awesome Saints’ Feast Days coming up in July and August…and I plan to keep posting about them in our new  Feast Day Fun series.

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Don’t forget to share your ideas and pick up some new ones over at the Celebrate the Saints Monthly Link-Up!

You will find crafts, activities, celebrations and reflections about Saints’ Feast Days, linked up month by month.

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The link is also open for the Spring, Summer and Fall section of Ordinary Time over at the Celebrate the Seasons Link-Up!

In  A Treasure Chest of Traditions for Catholic Families, the summer months of Ordinary Time bring Catechism activities and games, enticing families to recognize our Rich Faith and Tradition by teaching elements of the Faith through fun games…and Catholicized crafts and activities!
We’ve got lots of craft ideas packed into A Treasure Chest…and lots of fine Catholic Printables to make Catholic Crafts and Activitieseasy to tackle throughout the summer months.
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We even have a SPECIAL DEAL right now with our SAINTS Craft Kits!
Buy TWO and get the THIRD Kelly Saints Craft Kit for FREE!
This offer has been extended only until July 4!

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