2019 April Catholic Kids Bulletin

2019 April Catholic Kids Bulletin

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!
April Bulletins include…
·       Lent
·       Holy Week
·       Palm Sunday
·       Holy Thursday
·       Good Friday
·       Holy Saturday
·       Easter
·       Saint Mark
**I included two sets of bulletins for 4/7. The church has the option to read year A or year C readings for those weeks (it is written on the bottom left of the page). You can check with your church to find out which readings they will use, or just print both to be prepared.**
Click HERE to see all of the products that I have to teach about Lent and Easter.
This is a picture of Lent “I Have Who Has.” There is also an Easter version to continue the learning.
  
The Catholic Kids Bulletin worksheets match up to the weekly Mass readings in the Catholic Church. The 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.

Praise the Lord

Read the Whole Article at its Original Source

Yosyf Slipyi enters the Second Vatican Council

“Greeted with an ovation by the Council Fathers, the Metropolitan of Lviv of the Greek Catholic Rite, Józef Slipyj, made a firm and authoritative intervention against atheism at the council session on 11 day of this month [November].

In his speech, the Metropolitan appealed to the Council to find the most appropriate and effective ways for our time to fight this widespread evil and danger throughout the entire world. This appeal to create specific norms for the apostolate of the struggle against atheism made a profound impression on those present. It was like an echo of the words of the Holy Father, spoken at the opening of the second session of the Council.

The first appeal to the struggle against atheism, at the Council, came from the lips of a bishop from behind the Iron Curtain.

Praise the Lord

Read the Whole Article at https://annalesecclesiaeucrainae.blogspot.com/