In traditional Mexican, Filipino, and Spanish culture, couples can celebrate unity through a lasso ceremony, or el lazo ceremony. After the couple recites their vows, an officiant, parent, or relative drapes two linked rosaries or one floral rope across the bride and groom's shoulders in the form of a figure eight, which represents the couple's unity. The couple then wears the lasso for the duration of the service until the person who placed it on the couple removes it and gives it to the…
Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead Writing Template
Writing Template for Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead After students learn about Día de los Muertos, they can respond to writing prompts to show their understanding on these fun calavera templates. Includes decorated and blank calavera, 7 different writing templates, and writing prompts in Spanish and English.
Pray and Color a rosary bead as you complete each prayer and mystery. (See our other Pins for the Rosary Booklets in English and Spanish as well as folding directions for your booklet. Join your prayers to God with Mary's during the month of Mary...May!
The Holy #Rosary handbook includes an introduction to how to Pray the Rosary and the daily everyday prayers in #Spanish. Prayers include the Joyful Mysteries, The Mysteries of Light, The Sorrowful Mysteries, The Glorious Mysteries and the Loreto Litanies. Made in #Italy. (sku 1-5001-SP)