A Boy and a Stick


Dan McGuire, creator of The Blue Knights Boys’ Club The Boy and His Stick in Nature A famous axiom of St. Thomas Aquinas is: Grace does not destroy nature; rather it builds on and perfects…

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Little Flowers Mother/Daughter Camp by Joan Stromberg

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Patron Saints for Virtue Education


What is a patron saint? A patron saints is simply a saint that has a special meaning to a person, a place or an activity. I personally have several patron saints. St. Joan of Arc…

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Little Flowers/Blue Knights Leader Chat!


Join us for our fourth Friday Little Flowers/Blue Knights Leader Chats with Rachel Watkins, creator of Little Flowers.

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Mother Cabrini and Me


I first met Mother Cabrini through a book called “Immigrant Saint,” by Pietro di Donato, published in 1960. I thought it was a truly moving story and wanted to make her story accessible to children….

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Are you familiar with Our Lady of Good Hope?


With a quick shout out to any Little Flowers or other Behold Clubs up in the Diocese of Green Bay area I just read a great book about Our Lady of Good Hope by Marge…

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Happy Feast Day! Happy 30th Anniversary


Happy Feast Day to all the Little Flowers around the world! As we enter our 30th anniversary, we want to share our prayers and love with all of you. At our recent zoom meeting (recording…

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Happy Feast of St. Catherine of Siena


Have you ever seen this illustration? Neither had I until seeing in it in the April 2022 issue of Magnificat. Of course, no one has ever seen all the amazing art that has been created…

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Come on and Zoom with us!


We’d love to see you today at our April zoom meeting! We’re meeting at 2:00 p.m. EST, and seeing you would make our day. We’ll be talking about how to celebrate your families with a…

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We’re live on Zoom this Friday!


Today’s Gospel is the beautiful telling of Mary Magdalene at the garden from John 20:11-18. There are several quotes from it that really give me pause: “She stayed outside the tomb weeping…” – how many…

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