The Feast of Christ the King – Celebration and a Notebook

Yesterday we celebrated the Feast of Christ the King. Part of our celebrations included enjoying our simple Crown cake using Elana’s Chocolate Chip Banana Cake recipe.

We had been preparing for the Feast in a variety of ways throughout the week preceding.  A simple and fun activity was to sew felt crowns.  I cut, Princess and Michelangelo sewed, easy:)

We also created another notebook, including a simple colouring for the younger children.

and a more detailed picture for the older children.

We filled in a worksheet (not so popular;) and frustratingly some  questions and answers didn’t match the readings in our missals.

Jenn’s centrepiece is now a yearly tradition.

To further explain the end of the Liturgical Year, we were inspired to colour the liturgical wheel.

Searching for more ideas? Be sure to check out these celebrations and links, including a delightful colouring picture recently created by a very talented young lady.

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3 Responses

  1. glenreagh gang

    wow you have all been so busy, looks like lots of fun, can't wait to catch up.

  2. Keeping up with the ideas is the challenge. Planning for our next event:)

  3. Looked like a lot of fun had on tghis day. God Bless Leanne

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