Get this colorable Pentecost Poster in an 11×17 PDF. Need it for free? Save the image below to your computer and enjoy!
Yes, you can print this poster on standard-size printer paper; just select fit to page in your PDF application’s print options panel. In order to print the full-size poster on a printer that only outputs 8.5 x 11 paper, choose the tile option from your print menu.
“Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire.” So said St. Catherine of Siena (April 29) . . . words of wisdom and encouragement that today’s kids need to hear! You can download this coloring sheet by Catholic artist Vicki Shuck for free, or throw a few dollars into the open guitar case (the blue “Donate” button) to support the continued development of Catholic art for kids.
Get 28 black-and-white Advent-themed coloring pages from The Children’s Little Advent Book. The coloring pages vary in style and difficulty; we recommend previewing it using the PDF preview for the full print edition, below. Note that the coloring pages download contains the coloring pages only, not the text pages.
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Here’s a handy Triduum Checklist handout to help your kids prepare for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil. You can opt to support Gracewatch Media by paying $3 to download the PDF, or you can download it for free using this button:
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The Children’s Little Advent Book is designed to help parents with children ages 4-7 on a journey through Advent to Christmas. Each day’s entry includes a brief Scripture reading, a reflection, discussion questions, a brief prayer, and a simple coloring page for children to complete after praying with their families. With The Children’s Little Advent Book, parents have an Advent resource specifically designed for short family prayer services with young children.
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You've read the storybook . . . now play the game! Help Paddy make it through the woods and back home safely again. Young players will get a few oatcakes to help them along the way . . . plus the words of Paddy's prayers! Simple play is suitable for ages 3-7. The game includes the 11×17 playing board (in two parts), playing cards, and instructions. You can preview the game below.
We suggest printing the game on cardstock (yourself, or send it to your local print shop) and then laminating it.
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Get your family ready for December with all six Family Time! printable Catholic family faith formation planners for the month! The planners cover Nov. 25 through Jan. 1, week 34 of Ordinary Time, Year B, and all of Advent, Year C, plus the Octave of Christmas, Year C. Plus, this month we’re including a bonus file…the 2018 Advent pack, a set of 9 printable pages to help your kids ages 8-12 through Advent. (Most of these pages, with the exception of the lyrics to O Come, O Come Emmanuel appeared previously in MISSION:CHRISTIAN.) Preview the printables in the gallery below.
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Making multiple copies for a parish or other institution? Purchase the planner pack download in multiples. Our suggestion is one download ($5) for every 19 families, but use your judgment.
Using the Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women with a small group? Then you need the Stay Connected Small Group Facilitator’s Guide! This 8-page printable PDF includes tips for getting your group started, advice on how to run a meeting, and even two sample meeting formats. And it’s free!
Need a journal to go with that? Check out the series here.
The Corporal Works of Mercy (Shelter the Homeless, Visit the Imprisoned, Visit the Sick, Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Clothe the Naked, and Bury the Dead) are an essential part of our Catholic faith. Now you can teach your younger children all about the Corporal Works of Mercy with this downloadable and printable set of cards and activities. You can preview the entire file in the image gallery below.