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Color Me Catholic! Learn the New Mass!

Color Me Catholic: New Roman Missal Edition!

Cathletics Craft Kit

Monica McConkey (Author)

Price: $16 U.S.
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1 color cover, 20 black and white templates (double-sided printing), 3 black and white templates for the instructions and folder, permission to photocopy for single household or single class term use, all contained in a clear plastic 11″x 9″ envelope.

Instructions and templates to create 10 mini-booklets, each offering 8 mini coloring pages of treasured Vessels, Vestments & Symbols, Church Furnishings, Parts of the Mass and Sacraments & Sacramentals plus 8 pages of phrases from the New Roman Missal Mass in sequential order. 
A template is also included to create a folder to hold the booklets.

The full collection allows for exposure to most of the text of the Mass (especially all the “People’s Parts”) and many images, easily reviewed over 10 Masses.  Why not re-circulate the booklets for the next 10 Masses, for even better familiarity, getting kids to look and listen during Mass?

Publisher:  Arma Dei (2011)

Language:  English
Product Dimension:  9″x11″
Shipping Weight: 85g


  1. YES! The Cathletics Craft Kit is intended for home or classroom use. It comes with permission to photocopy! We just ask that you don’t take HUGE advantage…please refrain from copying for multiple classrooms or for other teachers. As a general guide, the kit is intended for up to 30 kids.
    A pdf at a slightly lower price will be available soon…is that of interest or would you prefer the paper kit sent by snail mail. This is helpful for me to know! Thanks!

  2. Dawn Kennedy says:

    could you use it with your family and class? It seems like a great idea to use in my religious education class

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