Fun New Easter Egg Idea- Easy Ombre Eggs

I always like to try fun new ways of decorating Easter eggs, and this is something me and the kids came up with! This is super fun and really easy and you can dye the eggs right in your egg carton as long as it's plastic or Styrofoam. So check it out- fun new ombre Easter eggs!  We love this fun method of dying Easter eggs for several reasons. Mostly, when we dye traditional Easter … [Read more...]

Printable Stations Of The Cross Craft For Kids

Well... ya'll have been asking me for a printable version of stations of the cross to do at home with kids, and I heard you! I am very excited and pleased to present my brand new set of printable stations of the cross for kids. These are so easy to assemble, store flat, and you can either color them yourself or print them already in color. Check it out- my printable stations of the cross craft for … [Read more...]

Printable Palms For Palm Sunday- FREE!

Hi friends. What a year we are having. I was going through my Palm Sunday resources for families and thinking about how this would be the first Palm Sunday in modern history where Catholics would not have access to palms for celebrating, and that made me sad for everyone. So I decided to do something a little unconventional, but with the hopes of bringing a little nostalgia to your homes this Palm … [Read more...]

Celebrate Palm Sunday (Crafts and Ideas for Kids)

Celebrating Palm Sunday with your family is a great way to live the liturgical year at home with your kids! It begins the last week of Lent, and there are a lot of fun and meaningful ways to celebrate Palm Sunday with your kids. You can find all of my Holy Week resources for families here. But now let's see how to kick it off with Palm Sunday!  Special For Those Who Can't Attend Palm … [Read more...]

Last Supper Tea Party For Holy Thursday (Christian Seder Style)

This year many families will be celebrating Holy Week in their homes, and Holy Thursday is a big part of that! This is an important day in the liturgical year that can be amazing to celebrate with your kids. As we love to have liturgical teas, I thought, why not have a Christian Seder style tea party for Holy Thursday, and so that's what we did. I would love to share my Last Supper tea party menu … [Read more...]

Lazarus Crafts, Printables, And Activities For Kids

Teaching your kids the stories of the Gospels is so important, and I always find that kids learn the best when I make it fun and relevant for them! We have the story of Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead coming up this Sunday, so I wanted to gather fun resources to use with kids for teaching them this awesome Bible story. So lets check out- Lazarus crafts, printables, and activities for … [Read more...]

The Ultimate Guide for Celebrating Holy Week With Kids!

When living the liturgical year with kids, holy week is a really big and excellent week to include! The most important thing is to help keep your family focused on the true meaning of this season, and remembering that this is the last week of Lent. Easter starts on Sunday, but to help hold off on Easter celebrating until the actual Easter season begins, you can try to get your family involved with … [Read more...]

Spiritual Communion For Kids- Printable Pack With Craft!

Well as Covid 19 rears its ugly head, the world is finding themselves unable to gather in groups for Mass. I wrote a post with things you can do with kids when attending Mass isn't possible. One of the things on that list is to take "Spiritual Communion", which is highly recommended by many Catholic Saints. This week I made a printable pack with a spiritual communion prayer and craft for kids that … [Read more...]

Jesus Heals A Blind Man- Crafts And Activities For Kids

Teaching your kids the stories of the Gospels is so important, and I always find that kids learn the best when I make it fun and relevant for them! We have the story of Jesus heals a blind man coming up this Sunday, so I wanted to gather fun resources to use with kids for teaching them this awesome Bible story. You can find all of my Mass resources for kids here. Now let's check it out- crafts and … [Read more...]

St. Joseph Feast Day Celebration Ideas for your Home

St. Joseph's feast day is coming up on March 19, and it's actually a solemnity, which is a little higher ranking than a feast day. In other words- it's a fun and important day! :-) There are a lot of ways to celebrate the solemnity of St. Joseph at home. Last year, we made a St. Joseph altar for the first time, and it was a ton of fun! Here are a bunch of St. Joseph feast day celebration ideas for … [Read more...]