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A Picture Book of the Mass (Illustrated by the Masters!)

Introducing the newest book from Catholic Icing, A Picture Book of the Mass, Illustrated by the Masters, filled with beautiful artwork that matches each part of the Mass! This is such a unique picture missal for kids! These booklets have a place in every Catholic home! These booklets are perfect for: Children and Adults- everyone who can read will enjoy these beautiful booklets and … [Read more...]

New Mass Responses Booklet for Kids

The little mass booklet for kids that started right here as a free printable has now grown into a full booklet, available in glossy, beautiful, full color! Click here to learn more! … [Read more...]

Celebrate Santo Niño de Cebú- A Feast Day For The Christ Child

The feast day of Santo Niño de Cebú comes each year on the third Sunday in January, and is a big celebration through the country of the Philippines. This is a devotion that centers around an image of the Christ child, and celebrates the conversion of the Philippines to Christianity and attracts 1-2 million people per year. What a beautiful image of the Christ child to have a special devotion to! … [Read more...]

How To Celebrate Our Lady of Altagracia- Feast Day Ideas

Our Lady of Altagracia is a well known title of Our Lady from the Dominican Republic. She is also known in Spanish as Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia,  which means Our Lady of High Grace, or Our Lady of Thanks. This virgin comes with an amazing story, sure to captivate you and your children! Her feast day happens each year on January 21, which is a national holiday for the Dominican Republic. … [Read more...]

Epiphany House Blessing with Chalk (Symbols For 2021)

The Epiphany house blessing of the door is a really great Catholic tradition for families. We love to bless our door every year on the Epiphany! It's very simple to do, it's not complited or scary, and you can do it yourself. All you need is a piece of chalk! You can take your piece of chalk to mass with you on the Epiphany and have your priest bless it, or you can bless the chalk yourself. I will … [Read more...]

Celebrating the Feast of St. Juan Diego And Our Lady Of Guadalupe

The Feast days of Saint Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe both reside in early December, and they are the perfect Saint days to celebrate with your family during Advent! The feast day of San Juan Diego falls each year on December 9, and Our Lady of Guadalupe falls on December 12. This is an especially important feast day for Mexican Catholics, and there are many beautiful celebrations and … [Read more...]

Printable Our Lady Of Kibeho Coloring Page And Craft

Every year on November 28 is the feast of Our Lady of Kibeho. This is the very first (and currently only) Vatican-approved Marian apparition from the entire continent of Africa! November is also black Catholic History awareness month, so it's perfect timing that this feast day falls during November. Today I'm going to share with you a brand new printable Our Lady of Kibeho coloring page and craft … [Read more...]

10 Meaningful Advent Traditions for Catholic Families

The holiday season can be overwhelming, but there are so many wonderful Catholic Advent traditions from all over the world that can be easily implemented into your celebrations! Many of these are even easier to incorporate after you have initially started it, so add a few traditions here and there and watch your meaningful family traditions grow.  I would like to start off by saying … [Read more...]

Advent Wreaths 101 (Everything You Need To Know)

The Catholic tradition of the Advent wreath is a tradition that is near and dear to my heart. You can find all of my Advent resources for families here. When I was growing up, it was one of the only ways we celebrated the liturgical year at home. My mom always used it as a way to keep Christmas focused on Christ, and she always said extra prayers for the season while lighting it. It's not a … [Read more...]

Ideas for Celebrating the Feast of St. Padre Pio

St. Padre Pio has a feast day coming up on September 23. If I were to rank St. Padre Pio on a popularity scale from 1-10, I would give him a 10! He sure seems to be a 'crowd pleaser', and there's no question as to why if you know his story. I have a special post about how to celebrate Saint feast days at home with your kids, and you can find more Saints to celebrate in September here. Now let's … [Read more...]