September Crate: St. Teresa of Calcutta, St. Vincent de Paul, Works of Mercy
Feast Day #1: St. Teresa of Calcutta (September 5th)
St. Teresa of Calcutta
Each month your crate includes two art prints to help you celebrate your feast days. On the back of your lovely print, you can find feast day information to share with your little saints.
St. Teresa of Calcutta Puppet Craft
Learn about the life and service of this amazing saint, Mother Teresa while creating her puppet craft.
Feast Day #2: St. Vincent de Paul (September 27th)
St. Vincent de Paul
Use your Feast Day Art print to learn about this saint and share the feast day information with your little saints.
St. Vincent's Scavenger Service activity
Join St. Vincent de Paul on this scavenger hunt activity for donations!
St. Vincent de Paul Pin Button
Wear your button when you drop off your donations to a local charity organization, and keep it to wear anytime you serve others in the future.
Feast Day Calendar Stickers
Feast day calendar stickers are included to mark each feast day on your family calendar.
Catechesis Corner: “Dodge the Devil” card game on the Works of Mercy
Master the corporal and spiritual works of mercy through a lively game of cards with your family and friends.
Works of Mercy Coloring Page
Prepare your crayons and download this coloring page for your little saints in training.
Beautiful Words: Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel
This month, we also celebrate Michelmas (the Feast of the Archangels on Thursday, September 29th). St. Michael is the defender of the Church against Satan, and the leader of the heavenly army of angels. Let this prayer strengthen you during your spiritual battle against evil.
Virtue Chat Table Topper: Generosity
Each month your family will focus on developing strong character through a particular virtue. Put this topper wherever you eat meals together and use it to guide your daily conversation.
Each month includes a playlist full of beautiful music. We encourage you to play the music in the car, at home during the day, during bath time, and while cleaning--basically in the background of your normal everyday life.