May is finishing up and June is quickly (very quickly!) approaching. That means it’s time for another monthly family activities free printable, this time for June. This is a downloadable page of ten activities for your Catholic family to do together during June. As always, there are many activities that would also be fun for non-Catholic families.
10 June Activities for Catholic Families
Here are the activities on the printable. Scroll down to download it.
1. Plan a treasure hunt in your house or yard to celebrate St. Anthony’s feast day. (June 13)
2. Cut out a large heart and write Jesus on it to symbolize Jesus’ heart. Have each family member cut out a smaller heart with their own names on it and paste it onto the larger heart to show our hearts belong to Jesus. (June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.)
3. Have prayer time near a fountain or body of water and talk about the gift God has given us in the Sacrament of Baptism. (Feast day of St. John the Baptist is June 24.)
4. Put out art supplies so kids can make homemade, heartfelt cards for Dad for Father’s Day. Mom should make one for him too!
5. Use felt and buttons to make an Immaculate Heart of Mary craft.
6. Invite friends over and enjoy fellowship with them during an outdoor get together on the first day of Summer. Once the sun finally sets, turn on outdoor party or twinkling lights and keep the party going.
7. Share a story about Jesus with others, just like Sts. Peter and Paul did.
8. Check if any local parishes will be having a procession for the feast of Corpus Christi.
9. Do something special for your parish priest for Father’s Day to thank him for his leadership role to your parish family.
10. Have a snack with honey, such as bread and honey to remember honey being part of St. John the Baptist’s diet. If possible, use locally produced honey available at many Farmers Markets. (June 24th)
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