I’m sorry that these are so late this month! The end of the school year it ROUGH this year. I need this shirt. At least it stopped snowing!

Also–just in case you don’t follow many Catholic Bloggers–these prayer books (woodland, superhero, fairytale) are AWESOME, and I just want to make sure you all know they exist.

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! 
May Bulletins include…
Blessed Imelda Lambertini (Glory Stories are a perfect ‘background noise’ while working on a craft project. They are sold for kids, but my 8th graders are enthralled.)
Ascension (I labeled these as the DAY of Ascension, but most diocese will use the Ascension readings on Sunday, so you may need to adjust your printing.)
Saint Philip Neri
Saint Joseph
Saint Joan of Arc (So cute!)

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