Here is a round-up of my ideas for celebrating the Divine Mercy, along with some ideas for celebrating (almost) St. John Paul II (since he instituted Divine Mercy Sunday)! New ideas included this year!
Over the past couple of years, I’ve posted a lot of ideas for teaching your kids about Divine Mercy. Divine Mercy Sunday falls the Sunday after Easter each year. Here are some ideas for celebrating this feast with your family.
My personal favorite- Make and eat Divine Mercy “Sundaes”
Printable peg dolls- Divine Mercy Jesus and St. Faustina. You just paint the heads and decoupage the rest.
Make a Divine Mercy Jesus Craft (Free to Download!)
And this year, check out my brand new printable St. Faustina to go with him!
Craft your own Divine Mercy medals with kids.
Make a tie dye Divine Mercy t-shirt
Make this Divine Mercy Novena Counter to use with kids!
Here’s a round up of Divine Mercy ideas I did a few years ago. It includes more food ideas, a craft, and some printables. Here’s another round-up with St. Faustina ideas and printables along with Divine Mercy stuff.
I also love this little Divine Mercy Ring Booklet download (which is free!) from The Diary of a Sower. It has directions on praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet, and 9 days of prayers for the Divine Mercy Novena.
Since Blessed John Paul II established Divine Mercy Sunday and is being canonized on Divine Mercy Sunday, here are some things you can do with kids to celebrate him as well.
You can find templates for making the JPII paper bag puppet above in my Saint Puppet Ebook.
Also, you can find a really cute round-up of JPII crafts, activities, and printables here.