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Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2)

Help Youngsters Learn About Being Humble with the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2).

 
Use the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2) to give seven ways to practice being humble. This little card features Jesus riding on a donkey. It was inspired by the Gospel of St. Mark 11:1-10 when Jesus enters Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. This passage reminds us that Jesus showed His humility as he entered the city riding a simple animal. People waved palm branches and laid their cloaks on the ground shouting hosanna to Christ.

Text for the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2)

-Pray every day.
-Go to Confession often.
-Serve others before me at mealtime.
-Volunteer to be the last person in line.
-Don’t brag about myself, what I have, or what I can do.
-Admit when I make a mistake.
-Forgive others as often as necessary.
 

How to Assemble the Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2)

First, cut the card sets apart on the thin solid lines to form four strips. Next, fold the cards in half on the dotted lines. Finally, glue flaps together to close and finish the card. Laminate cards for longevity and a very polished look if desired. This resource features four identical cards per sheet. There are two cards in this file. One is in color, and the other is black-and-white.

Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2)

This resource is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids for the Solemnity of Palm Sunday (Liturgical Cycle B).
 
Age: Elem+
Focus: Trading card
Theme: Humility; Palm Sunday
 

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Get the Gospel Trading Card How to Show Humility (Version 2)
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