Advent Liturgical Arts
Celebrate special feast days throughout the Advent season with your Liturgical
as a reminder to change your liturgical art.
Jesse Tree Cards
Jesse Trees began sometime during the Middle Ages. Open your Jesse Tree cards to learn more about this tradition and salvation history.
“O Antiphons” Ornaments
Every year, Catholics around the world sing (or recite) these antiphons in preparation for the coming Savior. We want to share this beautiful tradition with you using Christmas ornaments! Find more information and ornaments inside.
Daily Examen notepad
Use this notepad to introduce and guide your family in examination to prepare for baby Jesus’ birth.
St. Andrew Christmas Novena
The St. Andrew Novena is prayed from St. Andrew’s feast day on November 30th to the birth of Christ on December 25th. The prayer is meant to be said 15 times a day, but if that is unrealistic for your family, that’s OK! Some families pray it 5 times at each meal, while others simply say it once before bed. Wherever you are in your spirituality this Advent season, we challenge you to incorporate this novena into your preparations in a way that works for your family.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Acrylic pin and Tote bag
Celebrate Mary, Mother of God with the new tote bag, and style your kid's shirt with an acrylic pin.
Magnificat Window Cling
Place this window cling to your car window or house window to learn a new prayer as a family.
Decorate your fridge with this Advent magnet as you celebrate the whole season of Advent.
Advent anticipates the coming of Christ. It is a time of joyful waiting, so Catholics traditionally do not play Christmas music until we celebrate Christ's birth.