September Catholic Kids Bulletin Including Saint Gregory the Great, Saint John Chrysostom, Saint Padre Pio & More!
These FREE Catholic Mass Bulletin 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. Thanks!
I also finished another activity to help your kids understand the Mass. These Confiteor activities will help students learn the words and meaning of the Confiteor prayer, “I confess to almighty God…” These activities coordinate with the Sorting cards will to help students understand the order of the liturgy, and the Bingo cards which will help to reinforce their knowledge and add some fun and games. My Faith Formation (CCD) students loved to play the Confiteor maze during downtime in classes. It was fun to listen to them mumble the prayer as they worked their way through the maze.
Have you tried the saint stories yet? Saint John Vianney’s feast day was last month. If you haven’t used this story yet, it would be a good time to reinforce the information from the August Catholic Kids Bulletin. This Magnet set would also be a cute way to continue the discussion of priests and their roles.
The Catholic Kids Bulletin worksheets match up to the weekly Mass readings in the Catholic Church. There are coloring pages that match the weekly Gospel reading. There are activities throughout the month, along with Psalm copy work and a word search. The liturgy of the Mass is outlined along the top of each bulletin so kids can follow along during Mass and learn the order and structure of the Mass. Each week, a Catholic Saint is also highlighted. These are terrific to be used at Mass, or as a pre-teaching activity to help prepare your students for the Sunday Mass.
August Bulletins Include…
Saint Gregory the Great: This post (from LONG ago) has an idea about a fun idea to celebrate Saint Gregory the Great.
Saint John Chrysostom: Saint John Chrysostom spoke about bees because of their family structure and hard-working nature. These honey sticks would be a fun addition to a lesson about him!