The Holy Trinity Booklet - Religion
A beautiful booklet to help explain the Holy Trinity - the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Includes: The Trinity cover sheet The Triangle and the Trinity A Shamrock and the Trinity An Apple and the Trinity A Circle of Love is the Trinity The Trinity is... and Write a prayer to the Holy Trin...
Stations of the Cross Matching Cards Freebie
Check out these FREE printable Stations of the Cross matching cards and ideas for additional activities for kids to do with the cards. A great way to help Catholic children with prayer and reflection of the death of Jesus Christ especially during Lent.
Catholic Eucharist Bookmarks
Eucharist bookmarks by Ingrid's Art. Four different designs on one sheet. Copy on card stock for lasting bookmarks. Part of the Catholic First Eucharist Activity Booklet by Ingrid's Art.
+For Lent, create a bowl of black stones and on each black stone would be a trait I would not like to see in myself (ex. complaining, rudeness, etc.). And after Lent ends, keep the black stones bowl to show that Lent is not just a "give up for only 40 days" thing; it's a lifelong promise
First Communion Retreat - Amazing Catechists
A short morning retreat for First Communicants sounds good, but what should you do? Deanna shares her outline to give you some ideas you can use that are fun and engaging.
Printable ABC Scripture Cards For Catholics- FREE!
Check Out The Scripture Memorization System That Goes With These I'm very excited to come out with some Catholic scripture card printables, because most of what you find on the internet is by protestants. A
Prayer for a Child's First Communion Prayer Card | Sadlier Religion
Download a Prayer for a Child’s First Communion and use it with your family or class.
Catholic Mini Books to Teach the Faith
Holy Week printable mini book is the perfect activity for kids so that they can learn the events of Holy Week and Easter
Lent Youth Group Lessons, Links, and Videos (Look to Him and be Radiant)
Lent Youth Group Lessons, Links, and Videos, an education post from the blog Look to Him and be Radiant, written by Katherine Bogner on Bloglovin’