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Celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday With Kids

Divine Mercy Sunday is an excellent day to celebrate when celebrating the liturgical year with your kids! Although Divine Mercy Sunday is the second Sunday in the season of Easter (one week after Easter Sunday) this image of Jesus can be displayed and celebrated year round! So let's check it out: How to celebrate Divine Mercy Jesus with kids!  Divine Mercy Sunday Cheat Sheet The best … [Read more...]

Craft a Divine Mercy Novena Counter for Kids

Find all of my Divine Mercy Ideas here. Divine Mercy Sunday is the Sunday after Easter, so if you're looking to pray a novena with your family, you start on Good Friday. Crafting this Divine Mercy Novena counter is a great way to get children involved in the novena process. :-) The idea to make a novena counter like this was submitted to me by Happy Catholic Home last year. You can see her … [Read more...]

Divine Mercy and St. Faustina Crafts, Printables, and More

Divine Mercy Sunday is coming up soon! If you're not familiar with St. Faustina and the appearances of Jesus, I would encourage you to read up! It's a great story and devotion. The most obvious things to do to celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday would be to go to confession and pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. If you've got that all under control, be sure and check out some of these ideas. … [Read more...]

Divine Mercy Sunday (Ice Cream) “Sundaes”

Divine Mercy Sunday is a great day to celebrate with Catholic kids when living the liturgical year at home! It is the second Sunday of Easter, and the divine mercy image is a beautiful image that lends itself to lots of fun activities for kids, and you can find all of my Divine Mercy Sunday activities for kids here. We love to make ice cream Sundaes!   Divine Mercy Sunday is always the … [Read more...]

Divine Mercy Jesus Craft

Catholic ABC's Week: 9 Letter of the week: D Theme: Divine Mercy Jesus Saint of the Week: St. Denis Craft: Divine Mercy Jesus Statue     This week we are learning about the letter "D" and Divine Mercy Jesus. Jesus appeared to St. Faustina, and asked her to have a painting made of this vision with the words "Jesus I Trust in You". The two rays represent Blood and … [Read more...]

Tie Dye Catholic Shirts- Sacred Heart, Immaculate Heart, and Divine Mercy

What is better in the summertime than tie dye? To make it extra fun, these are styled after the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Immaculate Heart Of Mary, and the Divine Mercy! We made a Sacred Heart shirt for my son, and Immaculate Heart shirts for me and the girls. Then my daughter insisted that "Daddy needs one", so I made a "Divine Mercy" shirt for him. (I didn't think my husband wanted to wear a shirt … [Read more...]

Divine Mercy Sunday Ideas for Kids

Divine Mercy Sunday is this Sunday! The story is that Jesus appeared to St. Faustina and asked her to have a picture of him painted as he appeared to her. He wanted the words "Jesus I Trust in You" included on the picture. You can read more about this story here. Here is an example of the picture: Ok, now for the "Icing" ;-)   I love the idea for these Divine Mercy Cupcakes I found over … [Read more...]

Lesson 19: Gods Love & Mercy for Sinners

Hymns & Songs When Jesus Wept Jesus, Meek and Lowly Attende Domine or Attende, Domine Catholic Icing Resources Divine Mercy Jesus Craft Make Divine Mercy “Sundaes” Celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday with Kids Recommended Books Faustina: A Saints Story for Children by Kaitlyn Mason Divine Mercy for Children: A Guided Tour of the Museum of Mercy by Vinny Flynn … [Read more...]

Living The Liturgical Year In April

I love coming up with fun and creative ways to celebrate the church year with kids, and April is full of fun Saint feast days to celebrate! Some of these feast days include St. George, St. Gianna, and Our Lady of Africa! The month of April is also dedicated to both the Eucharist and the Holy Spirit. You can find all of my month to month post on living liturgically here. Now let’s look at these … [Read more...]

Count Down The Easter Season- Printable Countdown Bunting

The Easter season lasts 50 days for Catholics, which is 10 more days than Lent! It's like St. Pope John Paul II said, "We are an Easter people and Alleluia is our song!". The season of Easter includes 8 Sundays, and we love to count all the days until Pentecost so we can remember to keep celebrating through this entire 50 day joyous season! You can see all of my ideas for celebrating all 50 days … [Read more...]