Here are some fun autumn activities paired with ways to honor amazing men and women who've gone before us.
These past few weeks I’ve been so happy, and a huge part of it is how much less I’m sweating. It’s fall! The cooler mornings and perfectly-sunny-but-not-stifling days seem to be here to stay. This is a beautiful season in our Catholic faith as well, as we celebrate many wonderful saints in the next couple of months. So, I’m here today to humbly suggest that we take advantage of the beauty of this new season by celebrating the wonderful upcoming saints!
Here are some ideas for the perfect fall activity and saint pairing combinations. If you can, find a friend or two to celebrate with!
Have a painting night in honor of St. Luke, whose feast day is October 18.
Luke is the patron saint of artists. So as you decorate canvases together with friends, sip on some autumnal cocktails, an Oktoberfest beer, or some hot cider.
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