Monday, April 15, 2013

May Catholic Kids Bulletin

Hi Everyone!  I have a favor to ask and some information for you. 

Favor:  Please leave a comment letting me know how many copies you are making of the bulletins so I know how many are being used this month.  Thanks!

Info: The Feast of the Ascension is a Holy Day of Obligation on May 9th in a few areas of the country, but in most diocese, it is moved to Sunday the 12th.  There is a separate bulletin for the Feast of the Ascension.  If you're at Mass on the 9th, use it on the 9th.  If not, use the Ascension bulletin on the 12th.  For those in Boston, Hartford, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, and Omaha, there is a separate bulletin for May 12th.  Hopefully that makes sense!

Also--Blessed Imelda Lambertini is the highlighted Saint on May 12th.  She is a patron saint of First Communicants!


35 comments:

  1. I really enjoy these, and think they would be useful in our Special People Encounter Christ Classes. I just want to make sure that we can copy them without infringing on any copyrights. Could you please let me know. Thank you
    Janaan Roberts
    Liturgical Coordinator/SPEC/Christ the King Church
    Moline, IL 61265
    janaanro@yahoo.com

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    1. Make as many copies as you would like. Enjoy!
      --Theresa

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  2. Love your Catholic Kids Bulletin. I usually print 10 a week. Thanks for all that you do. Love the site too. Keep up the great work.

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    1. Your welcome and thanks for the compliments!

      -Theresa

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  3. I use them for my own children, so we print out 2 a week. Love them!

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  4. I love your stuff! I can't find a contact button/email address anywhere, but I wanted to tell you about a Catholic Resource directory that I am creating for promotion at Catholic conferences,equippingCatholicfamilies.com and catholicbloggersnetwork.com. I actually already included the CatholicKidsBulletin in the paper version I handed out recently at the NCEA and CLA conference because it's such a great resource! Please email me at mmcconkey a t rogers d o t com and I can give you more info! I have a few picture/button spots for a one time fee of $10...but a link-only is free. =) sorry for the infomercial in your comments. Thanks!

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  5. Thank you for making these each month! I print out 3 for my own kids. I've recommended them to my preschool/kindergarten CCD class, so you might get some more subscribers in the next month or so...

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  6. Hi. I volunteer once a month for my parish's child church. I usually print 30 when it's my week. Participation by the kids is completely voluntary. I have as few as 10 and as many as 30 students.

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  7. I work in a Catholic school and I printed off 2 copies for use with a few special needs students.

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    1. That's terrific! I hope they love them.
      -Theresa

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  8. I volunteer at our Catholic school's spiritual library and I print about 15-20/wk. I like to have them available for the kids who come in to the library during lunch. Thank you so much for this wonderful resource =)

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  9. what a wonderful resource. Even though my kids are still in diapers, I am printing this to keep for them when they get older. You really shared something wonderful here!

    I should introduce myself. I'm nancy, and I blog over at www.dosmallthingswithlove.com. I am a fellow catholic blogger, and have been enjoying your blog for some time now. I just wanted you to join a facebook group I started for catholic bloggers. It is just a place to meet people, support each other and form a community. I'd love it if you'd be part of it.

    Think about it, and email me if you are interested:
    nancy(dot)verly(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. I am a catechist. And I've recently started to print bulletins for my church. Your bulletin have many activities that my students love to do. I print about 25 - 26 depending a week. Thanks so much for your hard work.

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  11. I teach children's liturgy every Sunday. I usually print off about 12 copies each week. Thank you for putting this together! You are wonderful! God Bless!

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  12. We use these with our 2 kdg. classes each week so we print 50. We use them in our classrooms every Friday along with the short video of the gospel from Glory Stories. My kids love the bulletins.

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  13. im only printing out one...im showing my 4 year old boy....but i will be letting my family know about this site!!! this is great! thank you!

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  14. Hi, I almost always look at your page, and sometimes print off the weekly bulletins, but it depends on what sort of topic or craft I am planning. I really appreciate your work. I have a very small Sunday School class (only about 3-6 children) in our parish, which mostly has older people.

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  15. I'm only making 1 copy for my daughter

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  16. I love your work! Thank you for this! We are beginning a newsletter for our young children in our parish, ages kindergarten through 6th grade and would love to use some of your work. Thank you!

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  17. I am so grateful for your work! I volunteer once a month for my parish's children's liturgy. To be prepared, I usually print around 30 copies, but since participation is completely voluntary, I may have more then 30 or less then 30.

    Thank you for providing such a helpful resource!

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  18. I am (and have been) printing about 15 copies for my CCD class and my own children. Of course, some Sundays all 12 CCD kids show up, and others less than that show up. But I print 15 regardless. Thank you SO MUCH for this wonderful resource!!!

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  19. Thanks! I'm so glad to hear that they are getting used!

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  20. I use 2 copies for my 2 young sons. I really appreciate having these - it helps keeps us focused on the important things in life... Mass!

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  21. I made 3 copies for my 3 children. This is my first time to use them but I really believe this is going to help with the "When is Church going to be over?" Thank you for this! And thank your husband for entertaining 'the troops' while you create these!

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  22. Hi, I only make one copy for my daughter but she really likes it so I usually print one more:)thank you for a different experience of catholic mass!

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  23. We've been printing 60 per week for our parish's Children's Liturgy of the Word. Great resource!

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  24. I make 2 copies each week for my 4 and 5 1/2 year old children. We love them! Thank you so much. :)

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  25. I make 2 copies for my 2 and 4 year old.

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  26. I print out 2 copies, one for my 4 yr old, and the other for my 6 yr old. Thank you for making Mass more interactive for them!

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  27. I believe we print about 50-100 copies and hand them out at Saturday and Sunday Mass... I have also translated them into Danish.

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  28. Forgot to say thank you for your work and generosity... how rude... mea culpa :-)

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  29. Love the bulletins you are kind enough to share! We usually print 25 copies each week.

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