Plans for the Feast of St. Teresa of Avila

by | Oct 14, 2008 | Crafts, Feast Day Plans, Liturgical Year, St. Teresa of Avila | 13 comments

Last month while I was looking for ideas to celebrate the feast of St. Therese of Lisieux, I ran across a darling St. Teresa of Avila Paper Doll.

UPDATE: Thanks to a reader, here is a new link for the paper doll!

Since St. Teresa of Avila’s feast is celebrated tomorrow, October 15th, I printed the paper doll out onto card stock for my girls. I’m so excited to give it to them… They are going to love it!

Oh! Also in honor of St. Teresa, I am planning on making Pan de Santa Teresa (St. Teresa’s Bread) for breakfast. I just posted the recipe over at Catholic Cuisine. It sounds very yummy and fairly simple… Right now, simple is good! 🙂

Oh my Lord! How true it is that whoever works for you is paid in troubles! And what a precious price to those who love you if we understand its value. ~ Saint Teresa of Avila

13 Comments

  1. Marci

    LOVE IT!!!! I have a whole shoebox(and then some) FULL of paper dolls. I have collected paper dolls for awhile, from Saints, to Dolls from around the world, there’s Shirley Temple, American Girl, and too many more to think of. I have been adding to them over the years and have been saving them for Punky…hoping she WILL someday play with them. This one of St. Teresa is beautiful. I will add it into the box. Thanks for sharing.
    Blessings
    +JMJ+

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  2. Regina

    good idea

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  3. Regina

    so pretty

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  4. Regina

    oh this is impossible, i give up

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  5. Amy

    Ha, ha, ha, Regina. Na-na-na-na-na… 😛

    I love paper dolls. I haven’t collected them in years. I actually have… lol… a paper doll set of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, never used. I wonder how much that thing is worth! Oh well, it is in a box somewhere.

    Thank you for sharing the link Jessica!

    And see you tonight! YEAH!

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  6. Anonymous

    Thank you for sharing the link to the paper dolls! St. Teresa is my oldest dd’s patron saint. She is having a great time with the dolls right now!

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  7. Regina

    where is your wordless wednesday post?
    r

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  8. Lori

    CONGRATULTIONS JESSICA AND FAMILY!!
    You are all in my prayers.

    Just wanted to let you know you’ve inspired me to start a blog of my own. What a great way to keep up with what you’re doing and share inspiration in the process.

    And Yes – Thank God For Preggie Pops!

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  9. Angela H.

    I'm not sure if it was this website or another but I'm looking for the template or image for the St. Teresa doll because the link for Gail's is no longer working.

    If you could please send it to me i'd greatly appreciate it. I have been searching for hours w/ no luck.

    Thank you. and if this message is a duplicate i'm am sorry for that too. blessings.

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  10. Jessica Gordon

    Angela ~ I wish I could help you. . . I think I downloaded it to my old computer, when I first ran across it online, and I haven't been able to find the document on my "new" computer. I have been looking a number of times over the past few months. If you find a copy somewhere I'd love a copy as well!

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