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Advent resources

Advent Calendar

On Pinterest, the Society of Saint John the Evangelist has just created an Advent Calendar. Brilliant! And simple!

What online resources have you or your community got for Advent?
Any other resources that you know about that you can also share with us
in the comments area below…

Amongst many other Advent resources, this site has

Advent collect December 2 reflection from the collect/opening prayer

Advent badges to put on your blog or website

Original, Southern Hemisphere Advent collects
An outline example and resources for an Advent Eucharist
Advent in the Southern Hemisphere

Advent
Advent wreath blessing

Advent penitence

O Antiphons chants

Don’t forget the Chapel.
And don’t forget to use the search box on the top right of this site
for example for “Advent
or for “O Antiphon

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8 Responses to Advent resources

  1. I use a Jesse Tree with my children. There are sites with kits to buy and make, others with printable ornaments, readings, etc. It helps them see the history of our salvation from the Redeemer promised in the Garden to the Child in the manger.
    I like to keep the focus of Christmas on Christ and try to give them something to take their minds off the huge commercial aspect of Christmas. The Jesse Tree seems to help with that.
    Also, gifts from Saint Nicholas on 6 December instead of “Santa” on Christmas morning helps a lot!




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