Our parish priest despises the Jesse Tree. Sadly it is for good reason. As a seminarian, the liturgy director absolutely forbid Christmas decorations, music, etc. during Advent. They were allowed a Jesse Tree, a particularly ugly one at that, and that was the extent of … Continue readingAdvent Traditions–The Jesse Tree
I decided that this year I want to not only decorate our home for the liturgical year but that I also want to promote our beautiful and rich Catholic faith to others that pass by and enter into our home. Thus the birth of the #CatholicFromTheCurb project and a quick DIY Lent front door wreath project today. … Continue readingFast and Easy Front Door Wreath for Lent
The excitement over the tutorial for the Sacred Heart painting encouraged me to make one for the Immaculate Heart as well. I’m really excited to be able to share this with you, and encourage you to paint both and display them in a place … Continue readingImmaculate Heart of Mary Tutorial
I have had this space at the top of our stairs on my ‘to do’ decorating list for a while now. Our upstairs landing is dark and has been a sorting area for my de-cluttering projects as of late. And I’m ready to make it a … Continue readingDecorating a Catholic Home: No Cost Hallway Vignette
It’s Advent 2016! Happy New Liturgical Year, Sistas! Advent is my *favorite* time of year and we are still adding to our Advent traditions that we do together at home. You can see my own home tour post from last year here. And don’t feel … Continue readingGIVEAWAY: A Catholic Jesse Tree Ornament Set!