Sally chose Saint Faustina. She's always loved the Divine Mercy image. Even from when she was a few years younger, she would spot it and point it out. We've also been watching the Divine Mercy Chaplet for Kids to help them learn more since it's the year of Mercy.
Here's her paper:
Father Tollefson mentioned that Saint Maria Faustina helped spread the Lord's message of mercy, and was there a St. Faustina? Sally had her hand raised as high as it could go and then the whole congregation clapped for her. A moment she won't soon forget.
Thank you Father T for all that you do to make our parish wonderful. Your joy for life is contagious!
A super proud Little Sister :) What a wonderful day and celebration!
It's kind of fun to have all the girls on my own so I can really watch and listen to them. Emma and Aubrey are two peas in a pod, and have come to adore each other. Emma helping her clip in her seat for lunch
Haddie had had school earlier that morning and Libby was asking great questions, comparing it to what she does at school. "and so what did you do during circle time? Did you read a book or a have a letter of the week or a super star?"
Thankful and Grateful days over here at the Craigmile Crew. We're excited to welcome visitors coming in town to get ready for Deer Hunting weekend! Saint Hubert, pray for us :)