Help Solidify the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary for Young Catholics
The Rosary is a special kind of prayer devotion in which we recount the life and history of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Broken into mysteries and said by decades, we recount all the greatness of Jesus, God made man and Second Person of the Blessed Trinity. From the Annunciation to the Last Supper, the Crucifixion to Mary being crowned Queen of Heaven for all time, the rosary helps us to learn more about and ponder the life of our Lord.
This little mini-book on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary can help children become more familiar with prayer as well as help them learn about our Lord. It can be added to unit studies, used in F3 projects, or even CCD and Religious Ed. classes. The uses are only limited by your imagination.
Each mini-book has eight pages, including a title and end page. Print out, fill in, cut apart and staple together. Glue onto our Mini-Book Keepsake pages to create a library of your child's work or document their learning. Even advanced learners can use these little books for narration, defining terms, drawing diagrams, or just simple learning fun.
We encourage you to use resources you already have on hand or can easily access online or from your parish library to fill in the needed information.
Find special rosary themed Mini-Book Keepsake Pages to make a neat mini-project of your own.
Writing prompts in this resource include the following.
What are the five special events (mysteries) of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary?
Tell or draw about the Agony in the Garden.
Tell or draw about the Scourging at the Pillar.
Tell or draw about the Crowning with Thorns.
Tell or draw about the Carrying of the Cross.
Tell or draw about the Crucifixion.
Focus: The Rosary
Theme: Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary