Blessed Fr. Solanus Casey

Honor the American Capuchin friar, known for his tremendous faith and ability to heal the sick, with this adorable rustic costume. As Fr. Solanus was one of the founding members of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, the apron, saucepan and soup ladle are instrumental parts of this costume.

St. Kateri Tekakwitha

A cute way to pay respect to one of the few Native American saints, who converted to Catholicism at the age of 18. Although shunned by many for her beliefs, Kateri remained true to her faith and made a vow of perpetual virginity. An easy costume to put together for any girl who wants to show courage and strength of character.

St. Teresa of Calcutta

Such an inspirational costume for any girl of any age to wear -- although this little baby is just too sweet for words. The best bit about this costume is that all you need to emulate Mother Teresa's iconic clothing is a bit of white cloth and blue ribbon, and hey presto, you've got a mini sister in the making!

St. Rose of Lima

A pretty take on the normal religious habit, a little ring of roses placed on the head captures the essence of this Peruvian saint who chose devotion to God over marriage. Known for her incredible beauty, she did everything she could to detract others from her looks, even maiming her face.

The Blessed Mother

What little girl wouldn't want to pay homage to the Mother of God? A very simple look to throw together, just drape a white sheet over the shoulders, tie together with rope around the waist and pop the familiar blue veil on the head. Adding a baby Jesus will complete the look, along with the adoring gaze modeled by this little girl.

St. John Paul II

This little boy demonstrates that it's not just about the clothing but the gestures and the behavior. His little hands encircling the eyes capture the beloved Polish saint so perfectly. Of course, sports lovers could always attach a pair of skis to echo the pontiff's love of skiing.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

The first American-born person to be canonized, this devout educator is definitely someone your child can admire. Keep the costume simple but make sure your child has the essential props of rosary beads and a book to demonstrate Seton's passions: her faith, and teaching others.

St. Joan of Arc

Combining incredible strength and courage with a complete faith in God, this young French saint is a wonderful example for any young girl. To pay homage to this heroic teen, who was burned at the stake, just choose a military style outfit that echoes her campaign against the English in the Hundred Years' War.

St. Thérèse de Lisieux

What better way to honor the beloved French saint, the "Little Flower," than dressing up with the obligatory rose. This little girl captures the sheer joy that the Carmelite nun seemed to have for life.

Jesus and St. Faustina

If you have a little double act then why not reenact a famous scene from the Bible or from the traditions passed down over the centuries. This gorgeous duo share the story of when Jesus, as the Divine Mercy, appeared to this Polish nun.