I have a great craft in mind for Trinity Sunday that I will post soon, but in the meantime I wanted to announce that I have reopened the link up I hosted last year for the feast of The Most Holy Trinity. This link up contains some great ideas for teaching the Trinity to children, but there is always room for more ideas, including reflections and meditations, so please add your links at the bottom of this post. The link up will remain open until June 8 so you have plenty of time to link up your posts written on Trinity Sunday or even after.
You will notice a number of links below from Saint Patrick’s Day because he used a trefoil or shamrock to represent the mystery of our One God in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. If your post about Saint Patrick also mentions the Trinity you are welcome to link below.
Last year we made a lapbook about the Trinity and some Trinity stick puppets; you can read that post here.
I am looking forward to reading your links! Include the button or a text link so others can find the party. Please share this link up with others who may be interested.
Linking with: Catholic Bloggers Link up Blitz, Faith Formation in Young Children, Weekly Kids Co-op, For the Kids Friday, New Evangelists Monthly
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