Kids Mass Sheets

Kids Mass Sheets

I’ve put together a simple page for each Sunday with a black and white picture to colour and some words to trace – Latin and English.  The theme is taken from the Gospel of the day, according to the 1962 books (or Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite).

Before each Sunday you can prepare a youngster with these posts.  Read through the Gospel in English.  Have a look at the pictures – I try include an colour picture each week as well as the colouring page.  There’s a short phrase in Latin and English.  See if you can match up the corresponding words.

Kids Mass Sheets

12 American soldiers walk into a French widow’s house in WW1

Warm fuzzy may not be the first thing you associate with WWI, but this short story by Joyce Kilmer is something like it. It is also amazingly striking for Catholics – how religion can transcend national, cultural, linguistic boundaries. From the intro: Joyce Kilmer was born in New Brunswick in 1886; studied at Rutgers College… Continue reading 12 American soldiers walk into a French widow’s house in WW1

Whether to capitalize relative pronouns referring to God?

Note: relative pronouns are “who”, “whom” and “whose”. For example, some books would write “Lamb of God Who takest away the sins…” or “Our Father Who art in heaven”. As far as I can tell, it is a matter of style. The Liturgical Press, Collegeville Minnesota has a style guide that puts pronouns referring to… Continue reading Whether to capitalize relative pronouns referring to God?