Want to read more of the Catholic Toddler Letters?Hey Frankie!I was wondering how you’re doing!
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Did you catch our Review of the Tiny Saints?Wouldn’t you love to WIN your own family Dream Team of Tiny Saints?These are the coolest Saint charms EVER!Pick from this great collection of Tiny Saints!Tell your friends about this Giveaway! Choose your favorite FOUR Tiny Saints at the Tiny Saints website and leave a comment below ON THIS POST…with the FOUR Tiny Saints you would like to win!!Clip Tiny Saints on purses, rosaries, wine glasses, schoolbags, cameras, bracelets, necklace (included!), key chaines or your favorite jacket zipper!
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I have seen this craft all over the internet, and I think it’s just about the cutest and easiest craft for kids to make at Pentecost! Also, the kids love it, and it’s a great way to teach them about what happened on the first Pentecost!Here’s the Bible story of the Pentecost from Acts 2, 1-4: “When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together.
I have been a fan of Catholic Artworks for a while…after having met Brenda and George (and family!) at a few Catholic conferences. I have been blown away by the extensive, growing collection of awesome artwork that they have created
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Year of Faith Tower Tumble: convert your family game so that kids learn Catechism while they play this classic game!Things to do with Tiny Saints! Use these awesome Saint charms as zipper pulls, wine glass charms and board game pieces
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I like that Adam thought of stacking these cars … and then he just went ahead and did it.I like how Adam clearly put on his own shoes.I like how the floating pollen/blossoms just make his waterplay more interesting.I like the collection of the sturdy dump truck, the pink girly car, the Weasley car and the shiny red convertible.I like how it looks like Mother Mary is riding in the backseat of the convertible.Bring on summer backyard FUN!
First, we’ve got the I Spy…the Saints collages…and this FREE printable now includes ALL 12 MONTHS!For the complete FREE printable of 12 Months of I Spy…the SAINTS!, click the “Add to Cart” button right here (no discount code needed): For previous Monthly I Spy…the Saints! photo collages, click the links:July to December I Spy!January I Spy…including TOP 4 ideas to use the Monthly Saint Pages FREE printable!Review of Aquinas and More Prayer Card Binder (this is what the Monthly Saint Pages were designed for!)To find out how I made these photo-collages easily at home, check outCatholic I Spy…with a Scanner!Remember our Painted Wooden Saints?I only have a couple who have Feast Days in the month of May.
Remember the All for Jesus Lent Challenge?!?We’re just A LITTLE LATE announcing the WINNERS, but HERE THEY ARE: Joy of Catholic Homeschooling Joy and Chris of Campfires and Cleats have both chosen PLUNK! with the Saints!, the Converted 2 Catholic bundle that includes the Year of Faith Tower Tumble!Melanie of Joy of Nine9 has chosen the All Season Prayer Bank !The Hand-Maid With Love family has chosen Lingo Bingo in EnglishCharlotte of Faith-Filled Freebies and Abby S
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The title of this post must seem a bit strange. It becomes a bit stranger still when you consider the one telling you not to be a whiner is not me, but Pope Francis!He said it (basically) during his homily on Tuesday, May 7th, while reflecting on today’s first reading from the Book of Acts, Chapter 16, where Paul and Silas are in prison yet they are joyful, even ”singing hymns to God!” Imagine that!
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While sitting down with a cup of tea to write this post, I noticed a message on the tea bag label: “Your choices will change the world.”In his mission to the ends of the earth, St. Paul frequently made choices that changed the world around him and which continue to change our world today.
I have already written my reviews of some of the awesome Catholic products I found at the National Catholic Education Association conference a few weeks ago, including the Catholic Children’s Bible and Brother Francis’ My Heavenly Friends prayer card collection, but I only briefly mentioned Tiny Saints as a cool Sacrament gift.I’ve been waiting for this big day, when Tiny Saints is officially launching their unique Tiny Saints charms.In the meantime, I have found ALL kinds of ways to use these cute little charms, providing a little reminder of the Saints…on the go!Tiny Saints already come with a clasp and cord for a cool necklace, but they would be awesome to add to handmade braided or gimp bracelets.