Pray a prayer associated with your favorite saint, such as the Prayer of St. Francis. Pray that you may become holy like the saints.
Q-What does the "communion of saints" mean? A-The "communion of saints" is made up of all men and women who have placed their hope in Christ and belong to him through Baptism, whether they have already died or are still alive. Because in Christ we are one Body; we live in communion that encompasses heaven and earth.- Youcat 146 Q-Are we all supposed to become "saints"? A-Yes. The purpose of our life is to be united with God in love and to correspond entirely to God's wishes. We should allow God "to live his life in us" (Mother Teresa). That is what it means to be holy: a "saint".-Youcat 342 Ignatius Press publishes a series of books on saints written for teens. Choose one and read it during the month of November.
Explore www.catholic.org/saints/ to learn more about individual saints. You will find them listed alphabetically, by patron saint, and by feast days. Many of the more common saints have short videos about the life of the saint. Which one is your favorite? Which one are you named after? Which ones are patrons for your favorite things? For example: St. Cecilia is the Patron Saint for Musicians.
Choose a saint that you admire and do what it is you admire about them for the month of November. Write a one page report on your favorite saint to be published in the bulletin and/or on the website and receive a small prize. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org Attend All Saints Day Mass November 1st, which is a Holy Day of Obligation.