Are you stumped for ideas for Catholic women? Need to buy a gift for a Catholic mother or grandmother that you know? You’ll want to check out this ultimate gift guide.
If she’s a jewelry fan, a Catholic medal is always a good choice.
Hands down, my all time favorite Rosaries are from Trendy Traditions. Melanie pours herself into her work, and you’ll get a hand crafted, personalized work of art to cherish forever.
I have quite a few new Catholic books on my Christmas wish list this year.
- The Sinner’s Guide to Natural Family Planning
- Choosing Joy: The Secret to Living a Fully Christian Life
- My Sisters the Saints
- Walking with Mary: A Biblical Journey from Nazareth to the Cross
Someday, when I decorate my house, I’ll have religious art on the walls. One of my favorite artists is Liz Lemon Swindle. Wouldn’t this print be amazing in a nursery?
Seriously, with six children in the house, I need coffee to jump start my day. I LOVE the selections at Mystic Monk, and was thrilled to see the Monk Shots they offer for your Keurig. You could even create a gift basket complete with a new coffee pot, delicious flavored coffee and her very own mug. (make it girly!)
There are an amazing array of Catholic musical artists on the scene. Depending on her style, I’d recommend selections from
Catholic Talks and Podcasts
You’ll get points for creativity with this gift.
I’m a huge fan of Catholic podcasts, since I’m definitely an auditory learner.
No kidding. My house is a disaster most days, and a housekeeper would be a welcome blessing. Sign her up for 3 or 6 months to get things back on track.
Have a Mass offered for Her Intentions
You can go to your local parish and request a Mass date. On that day, the special intentions will be in her honor.
My dear friend Kathryn had a Mass dedicated to my brother in law after his death, and it stands out in my mind as one of the kindest things anyone has ever given me.
Some day, I’d love to have a keepsake Nativity set from Fontanini. For now, while I still have many small children at home, I need something a little more childproof. You could consider a wooden set if she has small children, or something more fragile if her children are grown.
Don’t miss these ideas for some childproof Nativity sets, especially if you’re crafty.
Time for a confession — I don’t have an Advent wreath. I always forget to buy one, until we’re halfway through Advent.
If you’re an organized gift giver, an Advent wreath would be a perfect early gift for a Catholic mother.
One of my goals is to get to Mass more often, especially during the week. Some parishes don’t have the readings for Daily Mass, so I’d need a missal.
I have one similar to this for Sunday Mass, but could use this during the week.
You could even fill a basket with lots of smaller gifts to delight her day.
- lip gloss
- socks or slippers
- prayer book
- gift card for something pretty (like dresses from Shabby Apple)
- a Tiny Saint
Looking for gift ideas for Catholic children? Don’t miss my friend Jen’s gift guide for Catholic Kids.
Still need more ideas? You can check out:
- Gift Ideas for Women
- Gift Ideas for Men
- Gift Ideas for Babies and Toddlers
- Gift Ideas for Preschool Boys
- Gift Ideas for Little Girls
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Do you have a favorite gift idea? Leave it in the comments and I’ll add it in!