One of the things I most enjoy is changing the table colors and pictures to depict the liturgical season. The rhythm of our lives is such a reflection of our faith and family...It is a joy to express this outwardly within our home. (This is a photo during Lent...The plates were a Palm Sunday craft)
I love these words from St. Therese of Lisieux:
A prayer box has been a wonderful way to keep track of prayer intentions. We place all of our prayer intentions on slips of paper and place them in the box. At the beginning of each week, we read the intentions out loud. (If there are private intentions, we just write the person's name and mark it as a private intention). Every day following, we lift up the box of intentions during our morning prayer. Our prayer box is kept, primarily, in our School Room/Learning Place. But we aren't afraid to move it around if we need to. During the summer, we often bring it downstairs to our home altar so we can be sure to keep it an active part of our lives.
For more great ideas about setting up a Domestic Church, be sure to visit St. Peter's List, 7 Steps To Setting Up A Proper Catholic Home.