Are you interested in seeing your daughter grow in the virtues of Joy, Mercy, Generosity, and many others? Then the Little Flowers Catholic Girls' Club may be just what you're looking for! In September 2013, a Little Flowers Club will be starting at St. Joseph Church.
The club is open to any girl of the parish in Kindergarten through Grade Five who likes to have fun while learning about God and the Saints.
The club will meet once a month from September 2013 through May 2014 for approximately one hour (dates and times will be determined).
At each meeting the girls will complete activities to help them learn about a virtue and a saint, and work toward earning a flower petal badge. Moms are also encouraged to stay and participate with their daughters.
For more information, please contact Lori Chester at email@example.com
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St. Therese of Lisieux is the patron saint of the Little Flowers Girls' Club. She was known as the "little flower" because she saw herself as the little flower of Jesus, surviving and flourishing because of God's grace. Some resources that will help children (and adults) learn more about St. Therese include Saint Therese and the Roses, God's Little Flower, and St. Therese of Lisieux (DVD).