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Ready for the new year?

Michele Quigley has updated her beautiful and FREE, printable 2014 -2015 Liturgical Calendars. They’re available in both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms. She even has one that you can…

Activities for Holy Week

Chocolate Crown of Thorns Our family favorite! Palm Weaving Tutorials There are 5 to choose from: braid, cone, cross, crown of thorns, and rosebud. Each tutorial contains step…

Annunciation: a day to celebrate, not fast

According to a letter from the Office of Sacred Worship to Priests and Deacons of the Archdiocese of St. Louis: The Office of Worship would just like to…

A recap of our Feast of St. Joseph

The 2nd Annual St. Joseph Altar blog fest has nine altar links so far. Make a visit — you will be amazed at the creativity that has gone…

Our 2011 St. Joseph Altar

This post is part of the 2nd Annual St. Joseph Altar Blog Fest. To be included, make a blog post about your St. Joseph Altar, including details and…

Lenten high point approaching!

The penitential season of Lent is well underway. A highlight in our Lenten journey is the March 19 Feast of St. Joseph. Each year, we prepare a small…

Lovely Blogs

I just discovered this morning that I’ve been listed by Raising (& Teaching) Little Saints as a Lovely Blog! The blog has several contributors, so thank you to…

Our Lady of Guadalupe thanks you!

A big thank you to everyone who joined in the 2010 O+L+G Feast Day Link Up. What an amazing collection of posts — 23 of them in all! …

Happy Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe!

I encourage you to visit the O+L+G Feast Day Link Up. So far, there are 14 wonderful and creative entries. I love these link ups! It’s an overload…

O+L+G Feast Day Link Up

Welcome to the 2010 O+L+G feast-day link up! I am looking forward to seeing what everyone has planned for this special feast day. Share with us your crafts,…

Celebrate!

As Catholic homeschoolers it’s our responsibility to teach the faith to our children. There’s no better way than by celebrating the liturgical year of the Church. This Advent…

Pleasing to the Lord

It’s a feast-filled week of Advent! Thanks to Jen at Family in Feast and Feria, here is a lovely coloring page of the Miraculous Medal. Prayer to Our…

Join the fiesta for Bl. Miguel Pro

My good friend, Vee, of Paper Dali fame, is hosting a Bl. Miguel feast day link-up. The party, or shall we say fiesta, begins on November 23. Linking…

Our All Saints pennant banner

This is a slight twist on our paper-saint parade from last year. Last week, when I was printing my saints from Paper Dali, there were some technical difficulties…

All Saints Day Link Up Party

There’s a new blog event in the sidebar today. Lacy, over at Catholic Icing, decided to have a spur-of-the-moment All Saints Day Link Up Party. What a great…

Our most powerful weapon

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Our Lady of the Rosary. This feast, established by Pope Pius V and previously referred to as Our Lady of Victory,…

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace

St. Francis of Assisi loved all animals. He is very special to us, and with all the animals we have in our house I like to think we…

Exaltation of the Cross at the antique mall

I felt bad earlier in the day, not having a post for today’s Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross. But, we are into our second week of…

On this feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus of St. Claude de la Colombiere My adorable Redeemer, I give and consecrate myself totally to Thy Sacred Heart…

Here’s our Last Supper craft

There’s still time to head to Catholic Icing for Lacy’s Last Supper craft. It was quick and easy and looks great on top of our piano. Thanks, Lacy!

Catholic Icing’s Lent Link-Up 2010

It’s time to share all our Lenten posts in Catholic Icing’s Lent Link-Up. Head over to Catholic Icing and enter your link, or links, about lent. Be sure…

2010 Virtual St. Joseph Altar is open!

In the tradition of the Sicilian St. Joseph Altars of New Orleans, the Virtual St. Joseph Altar made its online debut in February of 1999. The Virtual St,…

Links of the Month — Valentines, Mardi Gras, and Lent

What a month! February 2010 features some major litugical celebrations, one right after the other. Here are a few choice links for a fun February: February 14 is…

Links of the month — Viva Guadalupe!

Our family has a very strong devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, and since St. Juan Diego is our homeschool patron this year we plan to celebrate both…

Links of the month: Happy New Year . . .

. . . liturgically speaking! Get ready, advent is just one week away. Following and celebrating the liturgical year with your family will deepen your faith and bring…