Are You Ready To Play This “Uno-style” Card Game With A Catholic Twist?

by Catholic Media, Family, Funny

Most families enjoy playing the classic card game Uno, which is why we were so excited when we stumbled upon this Kickstarter campaign for a Catholic version of this great game!

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It looks like this game is going to be a must-have for both families and Catholic educators. It will be an excellent way to teach children about the most important symbols of our faith.

The Kickstarter page lists the symbols that will be included.

LITURGICAL SYMBOLS IN THE GAME

  • Chalice
  • Monstrance
  • Altar
  • Cross
  • Confessional
  • Crown
  • Vestments
  • Stained Glass Window
  • Candle

The colors of the cards represent the colors for the liturgical year.

 

Visit the Unus Deus Kickstarter page to learn more about this exciting product and find out how you can be first on the list to get your own set of cards!

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