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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Morning Offering Prayer ~ Banner Craft

This craft is a helpful reminder for kids to say the Morning Offering. Once it's completed it can be hung on the refrigerator, next to their bed, or anywhere they will see it as a reminder to say this wonderful prayer each morning.


This project can be as fancy or as simple as you like

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Click Here for the free printables and instructions.
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May you have peace on your mind and in your heart
as you offer all your daily actions to Jesus!
 God Bless.
~Jennifer

6 comments:

  1. I love all your ideas! They are so fun and easy to do! I have done 3 of your projects they are so fun to do! :) Thanks for your site, it is so amazing!

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    1. Oh, thank you! I'm very glad you are enjoying them! May God Bless you.

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  2. I have a question for you, if that is all right. I have a Mormon friend who says that having statues and pictures is idolatry...is it? Thank you very much.

    Lovingly in the Risen Christ,

    Nicholas

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    1. Hi Nicholas! I don't mind, I'm happy to help.

      As Catholics we do not worship statues or images. These things are nothing more than a "stand-in" for the real saint and/or God. It's kinda like a person who has a picture of a loved one who has died. Are they worshiping that picture when they kiss it or talk to it? No. The picture is just a stand-in for that deceased person. Our religious statues and pictures are just the same as those pictures we keep of deceased friends.

      I actually have a post about that topic. You're welcome to read it.... http://www.crafolic.com/2011/09/about-catholics-and-statues-as-child-i.html

      I hope that helps.
      May God bless you.

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  3. Jennifer,

    I really appreciate your response. I completely agree with what you are saying and I have always felt that but when my friend said that I needed a little backup! Thank you for your help, I appreciate it greatly!

    Nicholas

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    1. Anytime, Nicholas! I'll say a prayer for you and your friend. God Bless!

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