Sunday, September 17, 2017

October 2017 Catholic Kids Bulletins

These FREE Printables are offered each month to help young Catholics learn at Mass. You are welcome to print and share with others. If you can afford it, click Support CKB on the right and donate to help pay for the time and effort put into these pages. Enjoy!

The Catholic Kids Bulletin worksheets match up to the weekly Mass readings in the Catholic Church. There worksheets are ready to print and include coloring pages, activities, Psalm copywork, and a Saint of the Week. These are designed to be used at Mass, or as a pre-teaching activity to help prepare your students for the Sunday Mass.

Join me on Instagram @theresackb and Facebook @catholickidsbulletin for weekly reminders to print the bulletins before Sunday morning! Share some cute pictures of your kiddos coloring and enjoying the bulletins--my boys love the activities, but aren't big on coloring. I'd love to see some great artwork!

The October Bulletins include...
Ordinary Time
Saint Terese the Little Flower
Saint Jude
Mary, Queen of Heaven
Saint Raphael the Archangel
Saint Michael the Archangel
Saint Gabriel the Archangel
Saint Francis

October Catholic Kids Bulletins

Octubre Boletín para Niños Católico


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