Coloring Pages

NOTICE:  I have learned that the links to the Daughters of St Paul’s kids collections/site are no longer valid.  I will (eventually) go through these and fix them, but for now you can look HERE.  They have a lot of neat stuff at the “JC Club” for Catholic kids.”

I have changed the links to the Waltzing Matilda coloring sheets.  Charlotte requested that no direct links be posted, so I have changed these lists to reflect what she asked.  You will find a link to her place instead.

St Anne’s Helper/Roman Catholic Catechism dot com has tons of printables here.


On to the coloring pages:


Advent and Christmas Pages

After Christmas through Lent

Easter, Pentecost, Eucharist, First Holy Communion, Corpus Christi

Our Lord and His Mother

Bible Story Coloring Pages

Saints and Blesseds

Collections of Resources by author/artist/website

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7 Responses to Coloring Pages

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  2. Elaine says:

    I just had to leave you a message. I came here looking for a Sacred Heart coloring page, but found so much more. It seems we have a few things in common. I homeschool my 6th grade daughter….in our second year of it. I’m also an avid Packer fan….until the end!! We’re also an Army family….now retired for one year. On top of that, I’m a catechist for the 4 & 5 year old religion class and that’s how I grow and learn more about my faith and myself every year.

    Great blog!! Thanks for all the coloring pages links.

    • Very nice to meet you, Elaine! I hope you’ll come back again soon.

      • Elaine says:

        Oh and I forgot to tell you….

        I moved to Texas as a teen, but left at about 21. Hubby had joined the Army and we headed overseas for 3 years. He IS a Texan. We only go back to visit him though, as we call someplace else home. Life there just isn’t what we’re looking for.

        I have 3 goddaughters. Not nearly as many as you, but very proud of them. 3 sisters at that!! HAHA

        • but Texas has everything anyone could want! :P

          We have 6 siblings in one family and 2 in another as Godchildren and many, many more “singles” in other families. I love being a Godmother! :)

  3. Charmaine Sabga says:

    I love the name of this site.. In fact, our Archdiocese had a year for families titled.. Catholic families become what you are… I am thinking of having a children’s vacation camp around the same theme.. Catholic children become what you are… any suggestions for some ideas… Help..

    • That sounds like it could really be wonderful! I don’t have any ideas off of the top of my head (I’m quite distracted with a new granddaughter, homeschooling, theater, and my deployed son) but if I come up with any, I have your email. Good luck!

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