Monthly Membership Pack

Y’all… everything I have ever poured into Catholic Icing, anything I ever imagined it to be, and all of my passion to help Catholic mothers live their faith at home with their kids… has manifested into this new Catholic Icing Monthly Membership pack! I have actually teamed up with Angie from Real Life At Home to bring you this amazing monthly membership, and Angie and I couldn’t be more excited about it!

This is truly the membership that I wish existed when I started out living the liturgical year at home. 

In this monthly membership, you will gain access to everything you need to live the Catholic faith with your kids. Celebrating feast days has never been easier or more doable at home or in the classroom! 


Note: The membership pack is a digital product. You will receive a login that gives you access to each month’s downloads and videos. No physical product will be shipped to you. 


What Is The Catholic Icing Monthly Membership Program?

After professionally writing about living the faith with kids for 12 years now, I wanted to create a comprehensive way that Catholic moms could very easily implement these resources at home. This is it! 

It’s a printable pack that is jammed full of awesomeness for living the liturgical year for that specific month! No more searching around on the internet or pulling stuff from here and there. This resource is click and go! 

Every month you gain access to a new set of resources that help your family set up the home altar and learn about the feast days for that month. Now you can spend your time celebrating rather than planning. 

Monthly Home Altar Resources

Home altars are an excellent way to have a dedicated place for prayer in the home, witness to your family and your guests the importance of your faith, and follow along with the Church year between Sundays. It’s a beautiful Catholic tradition, and I am so happy to have found a way to make this so easily accessible! 

With the membership, each month you will gain access to your new set of home altar printables. These things easily switch out from the month before and include resources to last for the whole month.

If you’ve even tried to make a home altar but struggled to keep up with refreshing it for the seasons, this is going to help you out so much!

If you don’t want to set up an actual home altar, these resources would also be easy to beautifully incorporate throughout the home.

Each home altar pack comes with beautiful Catholic art to match the traditional dedication of the month, a prayer triptych, litany of Saints for the month, a special “Saint Spinner” that displays different feast days, Scripture memory cards that match the Sunday Mass readings, and more!

Members Only Videos

You will find videos of both me and Angie throughout the monthly packs explaining how to assemble and implement using these materials in your home. There are bonus tips about turning some of these printables into crafts as well as ideas on using the resources with your kids. 

Monthly Bonus Printable

Each month is going to come with something a little extra and fun! The month of October, for example, is dedicated to the most holy rosary, so it includes this seasonal wall rosary printable, and also a mysteries of the rosary cube. 

Post continues after this brief information about the Catholic Icing Monthly Membership

Monthly Liturgical Membership

Catholic Liturgical Monthly Membership

Perfect for families! Each month you gain access to printable activity pages, crafts, home altar pieces, and more.
Never has living the liturgical year been so easy and affordable!

Starter Pack

When you first join the monthly membership, you will gain instant access to the starter pack! This includes several printables that are good for using year-round.

The liturgical season cube is one of my favorite items included in the starter pack!

Complete Home Altar Guide

My complete home altar guide (a $5 value!) is also included inside of the starter pack! It walks you through all the hows and whys of building a home altar. You will also find a checklist for building your own and get all the inside tips on how to switch it out for the days and seasons. 


Activity Pages For Kids

Every monthly pack also includes activity pages for kids. There are pages for a variety of ages!

You will also get coloring pages for a few feast days each month. Some of these are even the adult style coloring pages that are fun for older kids and even for grown ups!

Saint Block Printables

Each month for this first year of the monthly membership is also going to include 2 adorable Saint blocks whose feast days fall in that month! So you can make 2 little blocks each month and have a set by the end of the year. 


Recap Of What’s Included In Monthly Membership:

  • Home altar printables– These are easily switched out to refresh your home altar each month, keeping it current to the liturgical season and monthly feast days.
  • A full home altar guide– how to set up a home altar, what to include, a checklist, how to switch out resources, special altars throughout the year, and labels for organizing your Catholic items. (This is a $5 value that comes included for free inside the starter pack!)
  • Liturgical season cube– This is one of my favorite things currently in the starter pack! Just rotate the cube to display the current liturgical season. This can be made by folding a paper into a cube or decoupaging it onto a wooden block for a more permanent resource. 
  • Starter pack– there are several resources in this that are used throughout the year, including a printable perpetual calendar and a beautiful artwork of St. Joseph (as it is currently the year of St. Joseph.)
  • Family activities printable– this page includes very doable family activities for living liturgically. 
  • Activity pages for kids– things like crossword puzzles, coloring pages, word search, handwriting practice, etc for kids. There are specific pages targeted for a range of age groups included in each month.
  • Scripture memory cards– these are provided for each week, and the Scripture matches verses from the Sunday Mass readings.
  • Catholic crafts– this includes the Saint blocks, stand-up paper Saint statues, and printables that will be specific for each month.

Join this monthly membership now and gain access to over 90 pages of printables between the starter pack and your first month! 

Special Price For Founding Members! 

There are options for families and parishes that you can check out here, but from now through October 7 ONLY, you can join as a founding member to get the monthly membership for the low price of just $8 per month! After October 8, the price will go up. You will be grandfathered into the price that you sign up for, so you need to join now to lock yourself into this $8/month deal! Seriously… get up and grab your wallet right now because this value of what you’re getting for this $8 is absolutely going to blow your mind! 


Joining this membership is an excellent way to support Catholic Icing and the future production of resources for Catholic children. As always, thank you so much for your support of Catholic Icing! 


  1. Nikki Smiley says

    Not that it will deter me from subscribing by any means, but the lovely pictured art on this page labeled “St Therese of Lisieux” features iconography (i.e. the dove, illumination shining from above, pen in hand writing) more closely associated with a different saint with a similar name who is the co-founder of St. Therese’s order, the Discalced Carmelites, and also another Doctor of the Church — namely, St. Teresa of Avila.

    I probably only noticed this because St. Teresa of Avila is one of the first saints my kids and I ever studied years ago and we tried our hand at imitating our own versions of St Teresa with her stated iconography so art featuring her tends to catch my eye! Just wanted to ask about it and see if it was a typo, misattribution, or whatnot.

    • Hi Nikki –

      It was an oversight in the original, so it’s in the pictures, but someone else with a sharp eye noticed it on the first day membership opened and we got it changed up with the correct name and information right away. 🙂


      Angie, Catholic Icing Membership Co-Founder

      • Nikki Smiley says

        Awesome! I figured as much but just wanted to ask. I’m very excited about all the wonderful Catholic content available in the monthly membership and am planning to subscribe soon.

        Thank you for the reply, Angie!

  2. Heather White says

    Question: if I want the January pack and I purchase the membership now, is that the one I would get? Or would I get the starter pack and then February’s? I really want January’s so I can go ahead and get started.

    • Hi Heather –

      People’s memberships aren’t linked to specific packs, but to the date they join. So, let’s say that you joined on January 14th with the monthly payment option. Then you’d be charged around the 14th every month. You’d have access to the membership area right after you joined. Right now in the membership area, it’s all the January materials. So, you’d be able to grab those right away and then when the new February things get added on January 25th, you’d have access to those and then you’d be charged for your next membership charge on February 14th (keeping with our scenario about if you joined on January 14th). From January 25th – January 31st, everyone will have access to both the January pack and the February pack. As of February 1st, all of the January materials go away.

      Hopefully that makes sense. But if you have any other questions, please let me know!

      Angie, Catholic Icing Business Manager (and Catholic Icing Membership Co-Founder)

  3. Jules Demers says

    Hi Lacey- Is there any way to get the “Chalking the Door-Epiphany pack”separately? Thanks- Jules

  4. BrandiAnn Mills says

    I am so excited to finally begin a membership. This is the second year I have been involved with my church’s religious education program, and I am becoming more inspired by the week. I have been utilizing many of the ideas from Catholic Icing, and I wanted up my game. It’s a little overwhelming right now, because I feel as though I want to do everything. I tell myself, “Let’s start with the basics,” basics meaning a home altar for me. I don’t have one, and I had no idea how to set one up. Lacy gives such beautiful ideas and wonderful crafts; I can’t wait to set everything up.