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Saint Patrick Cookies For Catholic Kids (No Special Cookie Cutter Needed!)

We just love to celebrate Saint Patrick's day when we are living the Liturgical year! I just love these cookies because they look like Saint Patrick himself! Also, no special cookie decorating skills or cookie cutters are needed. That makes these cheap and easy for mom! You can find all of my resources for celebrating St. Patrick with Catholic kids here. I can't wait to show you how to make these … [Read more...]

How to Set Up a Home Altar: Catholic Home Altar Ideas

In continuing with our series Passing on the Catholic Faith to Your Kids, I wanted to touch on setting up a home altar. When I first heard the term home altar, I felt a little scared. I didn't know what I was doing, and the idea of setting up an official "altar" felt out-of-my-league. Sometimes home altars are also referred to as family altars, prayer tables, or altar tables. Don't let these names … [Read more...]

Duct Tape Shamrock Craft For St. Patrick’s Day

As the kids have gotten older, the kinds of crafts that we do have needed to shift. For instance, the pipe cleaner rosary has long since past lost its enchantment... ;-) So, I would like to introduce you to (drum roll please...) the DUCT TAPE SHAMROCK! :-D  Supplies Needed: Duct Tape Scissors Ruler (optional) Toothpicks (optional) I'm going to recommend this … [Read more...]

Catholic Bible Journaling- Ideas and Inspiration

I thought I'd like to have a place to share my bible journaling pages with you, so I'll post them here (at the top) whenever I have a new one. For more bible journaling inspiration, be sure to follow me on Instagram and check out my bible journaling Pinterest board. Links to my commonly used supplies: You can also see my complete post of recommended bible journaling supplies here. … [Read more...]

How To Bible Journal Using The Catholic Study Bible

Updated to say: This post was written before an actually Catholic bible journal existed, however, it's still useful information about turning a study bible that you already have into a journaling bible!  Where To Purchase A Catholic Journaling Bible Check out purchasable Catholic journaling bibles here Bible Journaling has been rising in popularity, and for any of you who follow me on … [Read more...]

Celebrate Palm Sunday With “Palm (Ice Cream) Sundaes”

I love celebrating feast days with kids with really fun food or recipes! Palm Sunday is always a big day at our house, and celebrating with ice cream sundaes is not only fun, but also easy for mom! You can find all of my holy week food ideas for kids here.  I'm such a fan of the Sunday/Ice Cream Sundae pun (obviously. See my Divine Mercy Sundaes, Trinity Sundaes, and Pentecost Sundaes). … [Read more...]

St. Patrick’s Day Tea Party- Menu And Food Ideas

It's no secret that we love tea parties, and will throw one for nearly any occasion, so it's no shocker that we like to have them for St. Patrick's day! You can find all of our liturgical tea parties here, along with my tips for making tea parties extra fun for kids!     I love tea parties because they can be as simple or as complicated as you want, and you can do them with … [Read more...]

St. Patrick’s Day Craft For Catholic Kids (Printable And Easy!)

This St. Patrick's day, why not honor St. Patrick with a craft that is actually of him? This printable stand up St. Patrick craft is fun to color, and so easy to assemble! If ya'll haven't seen my printable 3D Saint statues, you are going to love them! All you do is print, cut, and staple or tape! Also, the cutting is designed to be super easy, and I have an all new pack including a super cute St. … [Read more...]

Gift Ideas For Catholic Kids- And A Coupon Code!

Time for another round of "Lacy's Picks"! In these posts, I recommend Catholic children's products that I own, love, and recommend to my friends. These are not paid reviews. You can read more about Lacy's Picks and see my past recommended resources here. Stations of the Cross CD: If you don't already have this, your family needs one. So professionally done! I have sung the praises of this CD … [Read more...]

Reconciliation Craft For Catholic Kids

We are still preparing for Lydia's First Reconciliation at home, but Reconciliation is a Sacrament that we and our children should be receiving often. It's never the wrong time to be learning more about the Sacrament of Confession. This craft focuses on the "Treasures Of Reconciliation". I found it here, and thought it was an absolutely beautiful craft! I knew I had to make it with my kids. … [Read more...]