Catholic Home Altar Resources

There is nothing tricky or fancy about setting up a home altar. It’s a simple thing to do and a beautiful way to live the liturgical year at your home. Here are some resources for you when designing your home altar.

Brand New Home Altar Guide

I now have an all inclusive home altar guide in my new ebook, Weaving The Faith. It includes labels for your Catholic items, many pages to display on your home altar, all my tips for switching out your altar for the different feast days and seasons, a simple glossary of terms, checklists of items, and so much more! You can read more about the pack here.

More Home Altar Resources 

How To Get Started– all the resources beginners need!

How to make a portable prayer table for either a small home or a classroom

You may also want to check out this idea to spell liturgical words on your home altar. Tons of ideas in this post!

Home Altars Designs For Feasts And Liturgical Seasons

Lenten home altar ideas

St. Joseph’ altar for beginners



How to make a May altar for Mary

Home altar for November

Crafts Projects For Your Home Altar

 

Encouraging Prayer At Your Home Altar

Also, my friend Heather from A Catholic Mom’s Life has a video about when she put together her home altar, so be sure to check that out, too!

 

Picture Book of the Mass

Comments

  1. Sara Reinstatler says

    Hi, Lacy!
    I’ve been following your posts and ideas for a while, and there have been a TON of things I’ve used over the years, but I’m stuck on this idea of putting up a home altar.
    What can I do to make it accessible for my older kids (like have books, Rosaries, etc.), but out of our little kids’ destructive reach? Super glue? Hang things from the ceiling? I’ve had so many statues destroyed, Holy Water from special places spilled (or drank!), etc. that I’m truly at a loss. Thoughts?

    • Hi Sara –

      Would it work in your house to have a home altar on a mantle or a shelf? It doesn’t have to be on a table, so maybe you could find an area that is high enough that your older kids can see it and reach it but that your younger ones cannot.

      Good luck!

      Angie, Catholic Icing Project Manager

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