Friday, November 9, 2018


Happy Martinmas! feast day ideas & activities from our family to yours!

Saint Martin of Tours Feast Day : November 11th


 Saint Martin and the Beggar by Anthony van Dyck

a quick video on St. Martin of Tours

Learn more about St. Martin of Tours here:

On Martinmas we celebrate by making paper lanterns
like this one

Or this one

We enjoy making paper lantern villages, & looking up

 ways to make other lanterns are a fun tradition for all.

We like to crack assorted nuts

we like to set up fancy home lanterns,

& make unique paper ones,


We make assorted puddings & slice fruits

We like to experiment with different puddings

or unique flans

Littles enjoy grape juice & mom & dad sometimes enjoy a glass of wine.

We like assorted cookies especially some with apple filling

we read cozy books like this one, (click photo for where to purchase)

& sing "I go outside with my lantern" the Martinmas song.

Many places all over the world have Martinmas Processions

We hope we gave you lots of fun ideas to make Martinmas special in your neck of the woods.

Happy & Blessed Martinmas from our family to yours.


Saturday, November 3, 2018


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Muy pronto: nuevos disenos


Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day December 12th :
looking for some feast day celebration ideas? need some printables, recipes, ideas, videos? 


Here are some photos from our feast day celebrations:

Happy feast day!
Prayers for blessings & a wonderful celebration from our family to yours!

Love, your sister in Christ,


Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Saint Nicholas Day

Jolly ole' Saint Nicholas, lean your ear this way....
Want to learn more about the advent tradition of Saint Nick?

Well, if you're like the rest of the world, many people have long forgotten this tradition. for some reason someone tried moving this Saint's day to Christmas Eve! well, not in our home. We celebrate St. Nicholas day on his feast day, December 6th. We do ALL of our gift giving for the season on that day. the stockings are hung, the presents arrive under the tree, baking, cookies, treats, peppermints, the works, it all happens on the eve of the 5th & the day of the 6th of December here.

This post is to help you come up with new ideas on how to celebrate this wonderful feast day & tradition. If you have anything special to share i'd enjoy hearing about it! 

we bake cookies & sing advent songs.....

We stuff stockings with saint dolls from shining light dolls (you can also find some really neat handmade ones on etsy from some very talented Catholic artists)

Our Stockings are stuffed with chocolate gold coins.... listen to the story why below....

enjoy more history here:

 for some wonderful info on the truth of Saint Nicholas, check out the Saint Nicholas Center website.

If you're looking for more ideas, we really enjoy the Shower of Roses blog for fun ideas:

Here are some fun crafty ideas from Catholic Icing!

St. Nicholas Day for us is filled with LOTS of books. i will try to list some of our favorites here:

I hope you have found many helpful traditions here for your domestic church & that you receive many peaceful blessings this Feast Day of St. Nicholas!

Love, Your sister in Christ,

Blessed be Jesus, Mary, & Joseph!

Friday, December 1, 2017


Advent: December 1st-24th. Looking for some helpful links? Here you go.


I'll add more as i find more favorites!
May this advent season be a blessing to you & yours.

Your sister in Christ,

Blessed Be Jesus, Mary, & Joseph!

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