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10 Meaningful Advent Traditions for Catholic Families that involve little to no prep work at all. You can do it!

10 Meaningful Advent Traditions for Catholic Families that involve little to no prep work at all. You can do it! Many things we already do, and don't realize it, jut add a little flair and you're making memories and traditions :)

Chalking the Door for Epiphany- The traditional names of the Magi  are Caspar, Malchior, and Balthazar. The doorframe of the home is marked with their initials within the year- 2+0+C+M+B+1+3 as a reminder of the Magi who received God's great welcome when they visited Jesus in his first home. It's a house blessing and a reminder to make the home a place of welcome for all people. Apparently it's not very popular in the US, but is more popular in Europe. We gave these out this morning.

Chalking the Door for Epiphany- The traditional names of the Magi are Caspar…

Blogging about our Faith, Family, Homeschooling, and the Birthday Cakes I've made for my children. (aka: cupcakes)

A Slice of Smith Life: Ringing in the New Year with Mary and Annual Epiphany Party! Prayer stars are an awesome idea!

Keep Christmas Alive Through Epiphany - instead of the "up the day after Thanksgiving, down on Dec. 26!"

("Little Christmas" ends January Christmas Alive Through Epiphany - instead of the "up the day after Thanksgiving, down on Dec.

Twelfth day of Christmas is also considered the Day of the Wiseman,  which most Latin Countries share Gifts not on Christmas Day as that is a gift to mankind.

Twelfth day of Christmas is also considered the Day of the Wiseman, which most Latin Countries share Gifts not on Christmas Day as that is a gift to mankind.

Omg.. I'm in love with ladybugs & this might end up being the baby shower theme for a girl (if I can get creative enough)

Lady bug pretzels: Adorable for a ladybug theme baby shower or birthday, dirt / bugs birthday party, and more!

I'm not Catholic but when I bought my house my Aunt gave me a precious gift,  The Epiphany door blessing.  I bless each door that welcomes visitors entrance into my home every year.

I& not Catholic but when I bought my house my Aunt gave me a precious gift, The Epiphany door blessing. I bless each door that welcomes visitors entrance into my home every year.

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