|Flashback to Epiphany 2014|
Although we celebrated the liturgical Epiphany at Mass this morning, we decided to hold off celebrating with our usual GFCF feast day fun and themed-explorations until this Tuesday, the sixth
|This will be tempting our children from our table again on Tuesday.|
As I thinking about what to serve for this year's family Epiphany tea and which books, dramatic play props and other materials to have on hand this week, I got looking at old pictures and posts. As I did so, I wondered if others ever look at my old posts for inspiration, too. (Of course, I always do myself!)
|A star in a blueberry sky...|
To answer my question, I took a rare peak at my Google Analytics stats to see which faith-related posts were most viewed by readers in 2014. Lo and behold, not a single one of them was one actually written in 2014.
Your favorite faith-based posts seem to be oldies, but goodies:
Coming in at Number Five is...
I am so glad the effort I put into making these Seven Sorrows of Mary cards and sharing 10 ways to use them is appreciated! It takes me quite a while to put together cards like these, but is so worth it as my children and I enjoy art appreciation, faith studies and fun all at once with them!
Cards seem to have it, as taking the Number Four slot is...
Back in 2010, these were the first 3-part religious art cards I put together. We still bring them out when celebrating Saint Mary. They add tradition, fun, and, of course, faith-based art to our Marian celebrations.
Or maybe not. Perhaps hands-on is happenings, since taking the Number Three spot is...
Since first exploring Baptism with this tray in 2013, I have shared similar ones with my children, with children in our Sensing the Saints mini co-op and with children in my daughters faith formation classes. I love hands-on, Montessori-inspired faith learning!