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March Activities

Refrigerator Sheet

This printable PDF will keep your family on track all month long with faith formation!  Print it, put it on the family refrigerator or command center, and receive instant inspiration for faith activities all month long!

Saint of the Month

☘️Saint Patrick☘️

Saint Patrick was born in England, but when he was a teenager, he was captured by Irish pirates who took him to Ireland as a slave. After six years, Saint Patrick escaped and returned to England and his family.

When Saint Patrick became a priest, he traveled back to Ireland as a missionary so that he could teach the people about God. He used examples to explain the mysteries of the faith in simple ways. One day, Saint Patrick compared the Trinity to a shamrock. He said that the shamrock has three leaves, but it is only one plant. In the same way, God is three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—but one God.

God used Saint Patrick’s kidnapping to convert the Irish people. In our lives, God uses the bad times to bring about a good we do not always see. We must be patient and trust Him.

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March Recipes for Catholic Families

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March Recipe

Corned Beef & Cabbage is the traditional meal for St. Patricks Day!  In most places, if St. Patrick's Day lands on a Friday during Lent, the bishop of the diocese will dispense Catholics from the obligation to abstain from meat.  Saint Patricks Day is on March 17th. 

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Angel Food Cake would be a great treat to make with the kids to help recognize the Angel Gabriel and celebrate the part that he played in the Annunciation of the Lord.  That feast will be celebrated on March 25th.

March Session & Make-up Lesson

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