Celebrating Saint Feast Days with Kids

This is an alphabetical list of all the holy men and women I have posts about. There are lots of ideas her for celebrating Feast days with kids, and celebrating their patron saints! Click on the saint’s name to see all the posts related to that saint.

 

Find My All Saints’ Day Ideas- Click Here!!!

 

Saints by Name:

No-sew Mother Teresa Costume

Divine Mercy Jesus

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Jesus

Mary

Mother Teresa

Our Lady of Fatima

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel

Queenship of Mary

Sacred Heart of Jesus

San Juan Diego

St. Ambrose

St. Anne

St. Basil’s New Year’s Cake

St. Anthony

St. Basil

St. Bernadette

St. Blaise

St. Brigid

St. Catherine Laboure

St. Cecilia

St. Clare

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

St. Faustina

Printable St. Gerard Notecards

St. Francis of Assisi

St. Gabriel

St. George

St. Gerard

St. Gianna

St. Isidore

St. Joan of Arc

St. John the Apostle

St. John Vianney

 

St. Joseph

St. Lucy

St. Luke

St. Mark

St. Martin de Porres

St. Martin of Tours

St. Mary Magdalen

St. Matthew

St. Michael

St. Nicholas

St. Padre Pio

St. Patrick

St. Peter

St. Raphael

St. Rose of Lima

St. Simon

St. Therese

St. Valentine   (Also see Valentine’s Day)

St. Veronica

St. Zita

 

Saint Posts by Category:

Advent Saints

All Saints’ Day

Nuns

 

*This was a LOT of links to set up! If you find any aren’t directing correctly, please leave a comment. Thanks! :-)

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Comments

  1. ewa petros says

    I love CatholicIcing! I’m so glad I came across it, quite accidentally! I was wondering about the adorable little circular cut outs at the top of the Saints Directory page- are those little saint cards? I’d love to find out more about them, and I’m interested in getting some for myself:) Too cute!

      • Jessica says

        Did you buy those or print them yourself? I am looking for prayer cards, pictures, coloring or activity sheets, etc for St Augustine, St Dominic Savio, St Clare of Assisi, St Mary Magdalene, and St John. I am needing 75 or so of each though, so trying to find a place I can either purchase the printable or something to print myself. Those are so cute!

  2. M says

    Hi Lacy! I was wondering if you could post some activities or info on St. Vincent de Paul? Been looking around but can’t seem to find any kid oriented info on him in other websites. :)

  3. Laddy says

    Hi-I love your website. I was looking for an idea for food/snack and a craft for the feast day of the lady of la leche, but I dont think you have her listed??

    • says

      I don’t have anything for that… yet. haha! The Catholic church is so rich with tradition and feasts, I will never run out of things to post about. ;-)

  4. Linda says

    Hi Lacy~
    Thank you for all your wonderful and creative ideas. Last year for All Saint’s you mentioned how you liked someone’s idea for the Infant Child of Prague. For the life of me I can’t track it down(Oh, St. Anthony help me;) It was such a great idea and we have a boy that age this year. Any ideas where to find it? Hope you and your family are doing well. In Christ~ Linda

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