Yes, this cake is a bit more on the commercial side than the Catholic side, but what's not to love about edible rainbows that end in pots of gold? (For more faith-filled activities, check out all the Saints Activities for Saint Patrick.) This was such a fun cake to design and create, and it was ... Read More about RECIPE: Saint Patrick’s Day Rainbow Cake
Easter week - or Triduum - is always so busy for everyone. These next few projects we'll be doing together are to help prepare for that amazing week both mentally (as we study the readings on why we do these projects) and physically (as we make some great crafts that can be brought out to celebrate ... Read More about ACTIVITY: Tomb and Boulder “Stained Glass” for Good Friday thru Easter
Ok, so this handprint leprechaun is not *technically* representative of Saint Patrick, but it's an adorable activity none-the-less. You can still turn this into a teaching activity by talking about leprechauns as you make your hand prints...which lead to a discussion on shamrocks, the Holy Trinity, ... Read More about ACTIVITY: Saint Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Handprint Craft!
In honor of Saint Patrick's Day, a fun activity to do with kids - in my opinion - is anything that involves handprints or footprints! I think they're a great way to capture the tiny little size of those adorable babies...and a way to get them to make handprints you actually *want* as opposed to the ... Read More about ACTIVITY: Handprint Rainbow and Pot o’ Gold
When it comes to a celebration, the details are what help make it a success. We recently talked about what to serve at a Last Supper meal on Holy Thursday as part of our Triduum activities, so now we're going to look at a way to add both decoration *and* education to your dinner. Two key ... Read More about ACTIVITY: Create a Take-Home Last Supper Menu