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A small skit to celebrate the lives of 2 new saints----St. Damien of Molokai and St. Marianne Cope who devoted their lives to taking care of the lepers of Molokai, Hawaii. Heavens To Betsy! Catholic Crafts. com

BOOKMARKS made from ice cream spoons. The beard (glued on only at the top) clips over the page forming a bookmark. To celebrate all the new Franciscan saints in the church. Heavens To Betsy! Catholic crafts. com

Let us celebrate our newest saint in the Church---St. Teresa of Calcutta. Make a stick pupppet from a craft stick. Her habit is glued on. An almost instant craft. Heavens To Betsy! Catholic Crafts. com

St. Marianne Cope (1838-1918) was an American born Franciscan nun who was canonized by Pope Benedict in 2012. She cared for the lepers in Hawaii. She is quickly made from a plastic spoon. Her robe is glued on. She is one of the figures in the skit found on this board, ANGELS IN OUR MIDST. HEAVENS TO BETSY! CATHOLIC CRAFTS. COM

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Kateri Tekakwitha coloring book

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ST. MARIANNE COPE: (1838-1918) German-born St. Marianne Cope was a Franciscan American nun who cared for the lepers of Hawaii. This is an easy figure to make! Her head is made of salt-dough and her body is made from a craft stick. Her habit is made in 5 minutes by gathering the neckline with a running stitch. All the rest is glued. Heavens To Betsy! Catholic Crafts. com