By: Jason Songe, Seminarian, Archdiocese of New Orleans
Here are some ideas if you’re looking to dress as a saint for Halloween this year:
- St. Denis: Carrying his head
- St. Lucy: Walks around eyeless with her eyes on a platter
- St. Bartholomew: With flaying knives
- St. Anthony of Padua: With a donkey
- St. James The Less: With a saw
- St. Ambrose: With a beehive
- St. Peter: With keys, inverted crucifixion
- St. Lawrence: With burns, apple in mouth, purse in hand.
- Blessed Solanus Casey: doorman for the costume party
- St. Benedict: Broken cup, companion who continually tries to poison him.
- St. Daniel: Someone dresses up like a lion and someone is Daniel.
- St. Gabriel: Trumpet
- St. David: Rhythmless dancing
- St. George: Dragon
- St. John the Baptist: Head on platter
- St. Noah: Walking around the party saying “there’s still room on the ark”
- Saint Peter of Verona: Hatchet in his head
- St. Sebastian: Arrows
- St. Boniface: An axe
About the Author: Jason Songe, Seminarian, Archdiocese of New Orleans
Jason is a seminarian in Second Pre-Theology.
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