Teach Children Ways to Celebrate Being Catholic!
Encourage children to embrace and celebrate the Catholic Faith with this cute, colorful card that celebrates Pentecost, the birthday of the Church. It is inspired by Christ's lesson to the Apostles in Luke 9:11-17.
The card presents the following details:
-Hang a crucifix over the doorway of your home or bedroom.
-Display holy pictures in your bedroom or home.
-Wear a crucifix or holy medal.
-Be a joyful Christian!
-Tell a friend about Jesus!
-Sing along at Holy Mass!
-Smile at a stranger!
This resource features four identical cards per sheet. Simply cut apart cards and fold on the dotted lines. Glue flaps together to close. Finished cards may be laminated for longevity and a very polished look.
This printable may be helpful and appropriate to use when teaching about the Third Glorious Mystery of the Holy Rosary, the descent of the Holy Spirit, the birthday of the Church, the uniqueness of being Catholic, or to celebrate Pentecost.
Focus: Fact recall
Theme: How to Celebrate Being Catholic, Holy Spirit, Pentecost Sunday, trading card
This resource is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Children for the Solemnity of Pentecost (Liturgical Cycle C), which may be downloaded below.
Focus on the Sunday Gospel for the Solemnity of Pentecost. Use this unit study to help teach children that the Holy Spirit was sent to Apostles and that Pentecost is the birthday of the Catholic Church. This lesson is based on the Gospel of St. John...
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