Feast Day Fun: Corpus Christi



This last Sunday was Corpus Christi! We celebrated the Body and Blood of Jesus: His True Presence in the Blessed Sacrament!

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).

Corpus Christi with Grandpa


I don’t have pictures yet of this year’s Corpus Christi procession, but these were from last year!

Corpus Christi 1



Last year, I decided to make Catholic Icing’s Monstrance Craft  with sliced pool noodles left over from our Minute to Win it birthday party. I also used some sparkly gold pipe cleaners, popsicle sticks, beads, glitter and glue to construct our own little play monstrance, offering a great opportunity to talk about the use of the monstrance at Adoration and the Mystery of the True Presence.

St Clare monstrance


Familia Católica has a nice summary post of monstrance crafts!


Corpus Christi crafts


3There are quite a few monstrance crafts out there…from coloring pages to golden doilies on Pinterest, showing how we believe in the True Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and how Jesus is often presented inside the monstrance during Benediction and Adoration.

Hey, do YOU Follow Monica on Pinterest, yet?!


Corpus Christi Cookie at Familia Catolica


Look at these awesome Corpus Christi cookies from Familia Católica made from TWO cookies plus icing! Check out the Corpus Christi CAKE over at Familia Católica as well!

This is My Body, This is My Blood.



Saints linkup button 2014

Do you have your own family activities, traditions, crafts or celebrations to share for this special Feast Day? Don’t forget to add it at the Celebrate the Saints Link-Up…or pick up an idea or two for your family to enjoy! Treasure Chest and Saint Scripts Kits

This is the another edition of Feast Day Fun…offering excerpts from

A Treasure Chest of Traditions for Catholic Families

and Saint Scripts Craft Kits (Series ONE and TWO).


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