Help children learn the Tridumm with this coloring page. From the USCCB: The summit of the Liturgical Year is the Easter Triduum—from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday. Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically one day unfolding for us the unity of Christ’s Paschal Mystery. The single celebration...
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Jesus enters Jerusalem in this Palm Sunday coloring page.
Easter Lily Coloring Page
Coloring page of children putting money into a rice bowl during Lent.
Coloring page of children receiving ashes on their forehead during Ash Wednesday.
Here’s a great little coloring page that teaches the children about prayer, fasting and almsgiving during lent.
Guardian Angel Coloring Page
Epiphany – Catholic Coloring Pages Some things you can discuss with the children while coloring are… Epiphany comes from a Greek verb meaning “to reveal,” Feast Date: January 6 Epiphany marks the end of Christmas (The twelve days of Christmas) Ending with the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles at Epiphany.
Mary Mother of God Coloring Page. January 1st, is the Holy Day of Mary Mother of God. It is a Holy Day of Obligation in which the faithful are required to attend Mass. Some things to discuss with the children as they color this page might be. Mary is the Mother of Jesus and our Mother too. The title “Mother of God” comes from the Greek word...
The Shepherds were among the poorest and out casted people in the first century, but God choose them to announce the birth of Christ by a visit from an Angel. While coloring this page, read the Gospel of Luke 2:9-15 to the children. Make sure to point out that we sing the Gloria during mass and ask them how this relates to how Jesus comes to us...