Catholic coloring pages for adults

Catholic coloring pages for adults DEFAULT

Catholic Coloring Pages To Print

Use the Baltimore Catechism?

Button to newsletter page with free audio First Communion catechism download.

St. Anne's Helper has free coloring pages with Catholic themes to print to make your own custom coloring book.

All of the coloring pages shown on this site are free.

Or you can buy them all in one download. There are also many other themes in the download. See samples below.

Catholic catechism class comes alive when you have printable Catholic resources for the

  • Rosary, 
  • Liturgy, and
  • Saints.

Use these  coloring pages for teaching Rosary, the Mass, the catechism, saints stories, and Bible stories.

  1. Liturgical Calendar
  2. Jesus
  3. Marian
  4. Cardinals, Bishops, Priests
  5. Catholic children
  6. Eucharist
  7. Catholic symbols
  8. Churches
  9. Praying Hands

1. Calendar Of Catholic Coloring Pages

Catholic Coloring Pages To Print: Small Country ChurchOodles of simple and difficult Catholic coloring pages to print!

Catholic Holy Day and Feast Day Coloring Pages

Holy days, feast days, catechism class, name days, and birthdays are great times to have a Catholic coloring book.

Children love coloring pictures of their favorite saints and seasons.

Catholic Liturgical Year Coloring Pages

As you are teaching about Advent and the coming of Jesus at Christmas  use the Rosary and Joyful Mysteries coloring pages; Lent use the Sorrowful Mysteries pages; Easter and Pentecost use the Glorious Mysteries.

When you are teaching about the Ten Commandments you can use the Bible coloring pages.

Catholic Sacrament Coloring Pages

Are there sacraments coming up? Use our Baptism, First Communion, and Confirmation pages to teach about the sacraments or to make greeting cards.

Catholic Rosary Coloring Pages

An image of the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles and the Blessed Virgin Mary (from the Glorious Mysteries or Pentecost files) is handy to use as a present from little ones for someone who is receiving the sacrament of Confirmation.

Use your printer's booklet setting to print a Confirmation card. You can do the same with all our coloring pages.

Have a holy day, saint's day, or feast day coming? Use the Rosary and liturgical season coloring pages and the saints coloring pages.

Not only can you print pages for many different saints, you can also make a booklet about the saint or feast day. You can also use your printer settings to print multiples of the same image for holy cards.

Saint Anne's Helper Audio Baltimore Catechism CDs and downloads.
Catholic Coloring Pages To Print Ebook

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2. Catholic Coloring Pages Of Jesus

Coloring pages of Jesus are very helpful with little ones learning about Jesus in preschool, Sunday school, or home school. When they're learning about Him, pictures often teach best.

They can learn about Jesus as Christ the King of all things, Him as the Good Shepherd, and how lovely it was that He had Mary and Joseph in the Holy Family.

Christ The King Coloring Page


* St. Anne's Helper Catholic Coloring  download has a treasure trove of traditional PDF printable coloring sheets.

* Over 200 specifically Catholic pictures.

* 300+ other fun coloring pictures of animals, seasons, patriotic, Easter and Christmas.

* All grouped into files for your convenience and all interactive.

* See coloring samples.

The Good Shepherd Coloring Page

Jesus Is The Good Shepherd Coloring Page

St. Joseph, Patron Of A Holy Death


* St. Anne's Helper Catholic Coloring  download has a treasure trove of traditional PDF printable coloring sheets.

* Over 200 specifically Catholic pictures.

* 300+ other fun coloring pictures of animals, seasons, patriotic, Easter and Christmas.

* All grouped into files for your convenience and all interactive.

* See coloring samples.

3. Catholic Coloring Pages Of Mary

God chose to tell Mary about Jesus' coming first and He sent an angel to announce the coming of the Messias to her. There are all sorts of good stories about Mary and the Rosary tells them in a memorable way.

Stained Glass Marian Coloring Page

Catholic Assumption Coloring Page

Mary And The Angels Coloring Page

Immaculate Conception Coloring Page

4. Catholic Bishop Coloring Pages

It is very Catholic to have bishops. Jesus made each of the twelve Apostles bishops. These pictures help kids see what bishops look like today.

Actually these coloring pages can be used to color pictures of popes, cardinals, and bishops who were saints.

Catholic Pope Or Cardinal Coloring Page

Catholic Bishop Coloring Page

Catholic Priest Coloring Page

Downloadable Catholic Coloring Pages to Print

Over 200 Catholic digital pictures to print.

Bonus: Christmas, Easter, animals, patriotic and more! Catholic Coloring Book Download. Ad-free PDF. 

See sample coloring pages here.

5. Catholic Children Coloring Pages

Catholic Children At A Catholic Shrine

Catholic Children At A Marian Shrine

Downloadable Catholic Coloring Pages to Print

Over 200 Catholic digital pictures to print.

Bonus: Christmas, Easter, animals, patriotic and more! Catholic Coloring Book Download. Ad-free PDF. 

See sample coloring pages here.

6. Catholic Communion Coloring Pages

Holy Eucharist Coloring Page

First Communion Girl Coloring Page

First Communion Boy Coloring Page

Praying Girl Coloring Page

Mother And Son Coloring Page

Downloadable Catholic Coloring Pages to Print

Over 200 Catholic digital pictures to print.

Bonus: Christmas, Easter, animals, patriotic and more! Catholic Coloring Book Download. Ad-free PDF. 

See sample coloring pages here.

7. Catholic Symbols Coloring Pages

The dove is a symbol of the Holy Ghost as are the tongues of fire at Pentecost. The Lamb of God is a symbol of Jesus and the Host and Chalice are symbols of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

These make great coloring pages when children are learning about First Communion and Confirmation. If you want worksheets and other downloads to help them learn the catechism answers, find them on our order page.

Catholic Symbol Of The Holy Spirit Coloring Page

Last Supper Coloring Page

Angel At The Pearly Gates Of Heaven Coloring Page

Catholic Symbol: Lamb Of God Coloring Page

Agnus Dei Coloring Page

Lamb Of God Coloring Page

IHS Symbol

Downloadable Catholic Coloring Pages to Print

Over 200 Catholic digital pictures to print.

Bonus: Christmas, Easter, animals, patriotic and more! Catholic Coloring Book Download. Ad-free PDF. 

See sample coloring pages here.

8. Catholic Church Coloring Pages

Cathedral and church coloring pages are perfect for days when you're teaching about the different sizes of churches from small country churches to cathedrals. 

9. Praying Hands Coloring Pages

Printable Praying Hands Coloring Page

Praying Hands Coloring Sheet

Praying Hands Stained Glass Coloring Page

I wish I'd had these coloring pages when I was a child. It's part of why we've worked so hard to provide these for you and your family.

We know what it's like to be able to have fun or impressive activities to reinforce what our children are learning in catechism and history class.

May God grant you many happy hours sharing these Catholic coloring pages with your children and grandchildren.

~Mary 

More Catholic Coloring Pages

Audio Baltimore Catechism, Catholic Worksheets, Catholic eBooks, and Catholic Coloring Pages:

Get Catholic catechesis resources for your Roman Catholic catechism class, Faith formation, Catholic homeschool, religious education, distance learning, online classrooms, or Sunday school lessons. ~Mary Fifer

Order our Baltimore Catechism worksheets . Choose your favorite  fontscolors, and SIZES on our fillable digital interactive worksheets. Paperless or printable.

First Communion Preparation And Catechesis
Baltimore Catechism No. 1 For Children And Adults

You may want to have each of these for your Baltimore Catechism Communion students: audio, ebooklet, and digital worksheets for kids and adults. Verbatim text in all formats. 

Baltimore Catechism Confirmation Preparation And Catechesis Resources

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nhyne

this is really great coloring pages.. can you post saint dorothy and st. sebastian? also st. anthony, st. therese of the child jesus, st. catherine, st. filomena, st. joseph of cupertino, st. st. pius x
St. mary mazzarello
st. catherine laboure
st john neumann
Sr. jean marie, baptiste
St. Anna Mari Taigi
St, teresa margaret
St. veronica
St. Margaret mary alacoque
St. Mary of Agreda
st. catherine of bologna
St. Rita of Casia
St. Imelda Lambertini
St. Margaret of Metola
St. Agnes of Montepulciano
St. Clare of Montefalco
St. Zita
Thanks. 🙂 so helpful to catechism class 🙂

        Ann

        Hi Paige,
        Thanks for visiting the Catholic Playground and leaving us a message! I’m very happy to announce that we do have a Saints Priscilla and Aquila coloring page now!
        In Christ’s love,
        Ann from the Catholic Playground

        Gemma

        Thank you for the suggestion! We will certainly keep Brazil’s first saint in mind for a new coloring page. We do enjoy creating pages of some of the Church’s newer saints for people to learn about 🙂

        God bless,
        Gemma from CP

Sarah

I would love to see a saint for every letter of the alphabet! Would be very helpful for my preschool curriculum. Thanks for your work.

Kari

These are so incredibly beautiful! I am so excited to find your site! I will be coming often for items for family nights and PSR class. Thank you!

Julie

What an incredible website. Thank you so much for all these coloring sheets! I was even able to make them into coloring holy card sizes which we’ll use at a coloring table and as prizes for our homeschooling groups All Saints Day Party! Beautiful work!

Erika

Thank you so much for putting these out for free! My children love to color the Saints after I tell them a story from the Saint’s life. I love that you included short backgrounds/stories for most of the Saints drawn. I’ve printed every Saint and the Marian Apparitions as well. I’m going to keep them in a book to pull out for religion class for religion class. Thanks again!

    Gemma

    You’re welcome, Erika! We love to hear how people are using our coloring pages and activities 🙂

    God bless,
    Gemma
    from Catholic Playground

Maribeth Russell

Does anyone have coloring pages for Saint Catherine of Bologna and Saint Vitus for my preschool class? Thank you

    Gemma

    Hi Maribeth,

    We do not have either saint yet, but we are always adding new saint pages. Stay tuned! 🙂

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

June

Thank you so much for such a wonderful website. Our children liturgy class love having a colouring page each week. Thank you so much.

    Gemma

    You’re welcome, June! Please let us know if there is ever a specific coloring page you’d like to see on our website!

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

    Gemma

    Hi Mel!

    What a great saint- beatified by Pope John Paul II and canonized by Pope Benedict XVI!

    Look for the St. Mary of the Cross MacKillop coloring page coming soon!

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Caryn S.

So pleased to find this site…these must be the nicest coloring pages for saints I have found! Disappointed that I did not find Edith Stein on the list though…Wonder if this is one in the works? Thanks for offering those on this list though, there is quite an assortment of saints that I did not expect to see!

    Gemma

    Hi Caryn!

    Thanks for the message. We enjoy hearing from our visitors and receiving their requests. We will be sure to pass along the idea for an Edith Stein coloring page to our artist.

    God bless!
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Zita

I’m impressed you have St. Zita!!! I have started homeschooling and am looking for these type of coloring pics. Could you add St. Gianna and some of the recently canonized. Thank you!! Zita

    Gemma

    Hi Zita!

    We’re happy to hear you will be able to incorporate our pages into your new school year! We will pass along your requests to our artist!

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Charlene Dumitru

Just discovered these coloring pages of the saints. They will be wonderful to use with our children’s RCIA classes. I am going to give them 1 each week and have them color it and put in a binder to create their own personalized “book of saints”. Thank you for providing these great drawings.

    Gemma

    Hi Charlene!

    What a great idea! Thanks for sharing. We enjoy hearing the different ways our pages are being used.

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Gemma

Hi Peggy!

You’re right! The feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael is right around the corner (September 29th)!! We would love to add that to our collection. I will pass along your request to our artist!

God bless,
Gemma from Catholic Playground

Janet

I found your website when looking for a coloring page of St. Thecla. I see a lot of beautiful pictures perfect for our homeschool and for a monthly faith formation class I teach for girls age 6-10. I will be back! Thanks!

Anne

Is there a coloring sheet for St. Gemma? My church group is doing a retreat in the spring, and she is our patroness saint. Thanks!

    Gemma

    Hi Anne!

    We do not currently have a coloring page for St. Gemma, but it is possible we will have one up before the spring. Stay tuned!

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

paula rager

Thank you so very much for all you do for our children. Your website is wonderfully perfect!!! Happy All Saints Day!!!

    Gemma

    Thank you, Paula! We love being able to share the beauty of the Catholic faith in this way! Happy All Saints Day to you, too!

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Marie-Jeanne

I am very happy to discover your lovely images of the saints. We will use them at our Family Faith catechetical day this Saturday – the focus is on the saints!

Gary Denby

Please may I have your kind permission to include one of your St Valentine drawings in our February village magazine – What’s On in Woodford (WOW – 1,700 copies) in rural Northamptonshire? There is no useful email address under the ‘About Us’ tab.

    Ann

    Hello Gary,

    Unfortunately, our “About Us” page is still under construction.

    Provided that credit is given to Catholic Playground and our website
    appears on the page (it is usually in the bottom corner), then our work
    may be included.

    God bless,
    -Ann from Catholic Playground

Maria

Thank you SO MUCH!!! I am so happy to have found some coloring pages of saints I am teaching my son about! You even have St. Angela Merici! She is the saint we decided would be our patron saint of our family this year!!! Thank you so much! This is an AMAZING RESOURCE!!!

    Gemma

    You’re welcome, Maria! Thanks for the wonderful comment! St. Angela happens to be one saint I have a particular devotion to 😉

    May God bless you and your family!
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

    Gemma

    Hi Bonnie!

    Your request will be passed on to our artist. Please keep in mind that we do received a high number of requests each month, though we do our best to fulfill them.

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

    Gemma

    Thank you for the message, Sr. Paula! We’re glad you found us 🙂 We will pass on your coloring page requests to our artist.

    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Catherine Price

Thank you for the wonderful pictures of the saints! My autistic daughter and I are reading a book of Saints for Girls. We have several workbooks we are also doing. Some of the saints are not included in our workbooks. I have printed some of your pictures for her to color when we read those stories. Ones I still need that I don’t see in your pictures are Frances Cabrini and Margaret Mary Alacoque. Could you possibly put their pictures up? God bless you for doing this site!

    Gemma

    Hello Catherine!

    We’re happy to hear that you’ve been able to supplement your saints work with our coloring pages!

    We love to receive requests from our visitors and try our best to fulfill them. Your suggestions will be sent to our artist!

    Thanks for visiting!
    God bless,
    Gemma from Catholic Playground

Colette

Hi.
Would you by chance have a page for St. Mother Marianne Cope? Looking to use it with religious activities with my Cub Scout group. Thanks.

    Ann

    Hello Colette,

    Unfortunately, she is one saint we do not have. However, we are adding new content all the time and will keep her in mind when creating new coloring pages!

    In Christ,
    Ann from Catholic Playground

    Gemma

    Hello George,
    We do not currently have a page for St. John the Apostle. However, we are always looking for suggestions for new coloring pages and are happy to consider your request.

    Thanks for stopping by the Catholic Playground!

    Gemma from Catholic Playground

    Gemma

    Hi Judy,

    Thanks for your inquiry. Sometimes you might not see the saint you are looking for because we have not completed that page yet, or are using the image for another project. We do make a note of what visitors are looking for and keep their suggestions in mind!

    Thanks for visiting!
    Gemma from CP

Chiara

I was just wondering if there was an easier way to print all the pages at once. Printing each one separately as you have it set up is very tedious and takes a long time. Thank you for the beautiful pictures!

    Gemma

    Hi Chiara!

    Thanks for stopping by. Unfortunately, there is not a way to print all the pages at once. We are always looking for ways to improve our website, but this format is currently what works best for us.

    God bless,
    Gemma from CP

Michelle

Beautiful, wonderful pictures! My homeschooled little ones enjoy coloring them when the feasts roll around. We were so excited to find St.Peter Claver today right after we read his story. A couple of requests for you…
St. Jane Frances de Chantel
St. David of Scotland
St. Clare
St. Mark
St. Richard
St. Charles Borromeo
St. Anne

God bless!

    Ann

    Thanks for the positive feedback, Michelle! We love hearing from our readers.

    If you look around the website, we do have a Saint Charles Borromeo coloring page. As for the other saints coloring pages mentioned, we’ll pass along the request to our art staff. Stay tuned and check back frequently as there will be new coloring pages soon! Thanks for visiting!

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

    Loretta Dahlweiner

    I need a coloring page for St. Richard of Chichester as soon as possible for Vacation Bible School. Can you please help, I just found my Saint today and need it A.S.A.P.

    Thanks

      Ann

      Hi Loretta,
      Thanks so much for visiting the Catholic Playground and leaving a comment! We do our very best to offer a wide range of saints coloring pages. Please check back occasionally as we are always posting new content!

      In Christ’s love,
      Ann from the Catholic Playground

Joey Clava

Can I use this for for our Community Catechist? And it is ok that I sell this in very low price? Because I sell religious items but in low price. Please, I hope it’s ok in you and to your organization. I am highly appreciated your permission. Thank you soo much and GOD BLESS you always.

    Ann

    Hi Joey,
    Thanks for visiting the Catholic Playground and leaving a comment! Many hours are put into providing unique coloring pages on this website. To protect our work, each image is protected under copyright. Unfortunately this means our visitors are not allowed to resell the images or use them in ways which they are being sold.

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

    Ann

    Hi Michelle,
    Thanks for your comment. We do our best to fulfill our readers’ requests for coloring pages. Check back often as we frequently add new saints coloring pages.

    In Christ,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

    Ann

    Hi Deidra,
    Thanks for visiting Catholic Playground and leaving a comment! Please stay tuned for a coloring picture of Saint William; we have plans to release a ABCs saints coloring book…and Saint William is our “W” saint! 🙂

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

Emunah

These are lovely! Perfect for All Saints Day! Thank you for making these available! Is there any chance of posting one of Hildegard of Bingen?

    Gemma

    Hello Emunah!

    We’re glad we were able to help you out for All Saints’ Day! We always consider requests from our visitors, but producing coloring pages takes many hours of time and effort. We are always adding new pages, so check back often!

    God bless,
    Gemma from CP

Katka

Please can I use your coloring pages for children in religion lessons in our parish, and in home school and in developing children’s magazine for our children and another childrens in our parish (the magazine is free)?
Thank you!
In Christ
Katka, Moravia

    Ann

    Hello Katka!

    Our coloring pages can always be used in religious education classes, schools, and home schools.

    Provided that credit is given to Catholic Playground and our website
    appears on the page (it is usually in the bottom corner), and the pages are not used for profit, then our work
    may be included in free publications.

    Please feel free to contact us with further questions.

    In Christ,
    -Ann from Catholic Playground

    Ann

    We’re so glad that you found the Catholic Playground, Kathy! Be sure to follow us on social media for the most recent updates and news!

    in Christ,
    Ann from CP

LEE ROSELAND

Thank you so much for having these online to print! I will make a small booklet for my granddaughter who will just love it. It is going to be a Christmas gift.

Heather

I enjoy this website so much, it has been very helpful for our History lessons on martyrs we have been doing. I have been looking for pictures of the Apostolic Fathers of the church and am having a hard time finding any good coloring pages for them. Would you be able to add them or have any recommendations as to where to find them?
St. Ignatius of Antioch
Pope St. Cornelius,
St. Cyprian
St. Irenaeus (awesome you already have this one)
St. Justin Martyr
St. Polycarp
Pope St. Clement I
Thank you so much for this website and any help you can give. So wonderful to have these resources to enrich the learning for our children!!

    Ann

    Hi Heather,
    Thanks so much for your comment! We try our very best to fulfill all our coloring page requests. Please check back often!

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

    Gemma

    Hello Teresa!
    We take all suggestions into consideration, although creating a new coloring page requires a lot of time and effort. We do hope to offer new pages this year; stay tuned!

    God bless,
    Gemma from CP

    Gemma

    Thank you for the suggestion, Sandra! We will take your request into consideration, but please keep in mind that it takes much time and effort to produce a coloring page!

    God bless,
    Gemma from CP

Stephanie

These are beautiful pictures for coloring! My children are asking you to add more pictures please(especially girl saints). Thanks!

    Ann

    Hi Stephanie,
    Thanks so much for leaving us a comment! We are thrilled that your children enjoy the coloring pages! Yes, we will definitely be adding more coloring pages – please stay tuned!

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

Isabel

I love these illustrations of saints. You could draw two saints : a saint Pauline – protector of the bell ringer – with a bell in his hands. and also to draw saint Elizabeth of Portugal.

Thank you very much. kisses from Spain.

    Gemma

    Thank you, Isabel! We appreciate the suggestions for future coloring pages and will certainly consider them!

    God bless,
    Gemma from CP

    Ann

    Hi Sr. Mary Peter,
    No, you may print and distribute as many coloring pages as you’d like. We do require, though, that our name and address remain on the picture. Please feel free to contact me with any further questions.

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from Catholic Playground

    Ann

    Thanks for commenting Lynn! We are always adding new saints coloring pages – please stay tuned!

    In Christ’s love,
    Ann from the Catholic Playground

Mrs. Kathy Haddon

Thank you for making these beautiful coloring pages available! We utilize them for our monthly family rosary and potluck ~the children love them!!
We would like to see a picture of St. Raphael, if that is a saint who could be represented in the future? Thank you and God bless you!

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Feast on Color! Coloring Books and Printables for Catholics

Catholics are the original lovers of color — from stained glass windows to illuminated manuscripts, we’re way ahead of the curve. Now that coloring books for adults have become all the rage, let’s take a look at the products aimed specifically at Catholics of all ages. Here are a few that caught my eye:

BOOKS TO BUY

The artist Matthew Alderman has two new coloring books out: Feasts of Our Lord and Our Lady and A Feast of Saints.

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These are printed only on one side. Alderman’s style is graceful and ornate, in the heraldic style. There are 23 pages of original art in each book.

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The amazing Daniel Mitsui has an adult coloring book of The Mysteries of the Rosary available for pre-order. It will be released in July.

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Mitsui’s original art is intricate and meticulous, with influences of medieval illuminated art and Japanese art.

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Sense of the Sacred: A Coloring Book for Young Illuminators by Dominic de Souza also comes with an illuminated companion prayer book.

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A second coloring book from Gracewatch Media, Living Sparks of God:Stories of Saints for Young Catholics to Color, will be out in less than two weeks.

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Holy Heroes offers offers four coloring books in cartoon style about the life of Jesus,

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as well as downloads for coloring pages of John Paul II, St. Therese, and more.

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Good old Dover publishes an endless variety of coloring books, including Women of the Bible, Bible Stories, The Sistine Chapel, Noah’s Ark, and Popes.

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They also make lovely stained glass mini and full-sized coloring books, which are printed on translucent paper. You can color on both sides, and then tear out the pages and display in them in the window, and they will shine like real stained glass. There are hundreds of secular titles, and also Psalms, Old Testament Scenes, Noah’s Ark, Angels, Nativity, Saints, The Life of Jesus, The Miracles of Jesus, and probably tons more that I haven’t found yet.

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There are also a good many Catholic coloring pages that you can print out, either for free or for a small fee.

FREE PRINTABLES

Catholic Viral shares 12 free printable coloring pages based on fine art — good stuff by Dominic de Souza, who does the pages for GraceWatch Media (see above).

Waltzing Matilda offers an astonishing array of free printable Catholic coloring pages of all kinds.

CatholicMom.com offers free printables (coloring pages and other activities). The quality of the art is not stupendous, but they are helpfully pegged to the weekly Mass readings.

Nancy of Do Small Things With Love offers 26 free Catholic coloring pages, one for each letter of the alphabet.

Paper Dali has a wide assortment of free printables with text, including some of my man Miguel Pro.

From St. John the Baptist in Front Royal, VA, a large assortment of printable coloring pages. Some of these are pretty basic, some are quite nice:
Pope Francis
Rosary
Stations of the Cross
Apostles’ Creed (English/Spanish)
Our Blessed Mother(English/Spanish)
Saints, Blesseds, and Clergy
Life of St. Patrick
Brown Scapular
All Other Free Catholic Coloring Pages
Stations of the Cross Coloring Booklet and Devotional for Children

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PRINTABLES FOR A FEE

The artist (and father) Daniel Mitsui asks a donation in return for printing his extraordinary hand-drawn images. (See also his upcoming book for sale, above.)

DoveTail Ink has an assortment of religious printables, reminiscent of zentangles, for a few dollars each at her Etsy shop.

For the Orthodox: a series of beautiful printables based on icons via Scribd. Scribd may charge a monthly fee for accessing downloads.

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What am I missing? If you know of a coloring book or coloring pages for sale or for download, please leave a link in the comments!

Sours: https://aleteia.org/blogs/simchafisher/feast-on-color-coloring-books-and-printables-for-catholics/
Free Adult Coloring Pages




Trying to find free religious coloring pages is sometimes like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Here is a list of my favorite sites for religious coloring pages.


supercoloring.com-Christianity & Bible coloring pages

squidoo.com-Old Testament coloring pages

squidoo.com-New Testament coloring pages

saintanneshelper.com-Scroll down to the Free Sample Coloring Pages To Print and More Free Printable Coloring Pages To Print

paperdali.blogspot.com-Free Coloring Pages

calvarycurriculum.com-Old or New Testament. In each lesson there are coloring pages to print out

bible-printables.com-Old & New Testament coloring pages

christiananswers.net-Coloring Through the Bible

free-coloring-pages.com-Bible Coloring Pages, Sheets & Pictures (Old & New Testament coloring pages)

gardenofpraise.com-Bible Coloring Book

crusaders-for-christ.com-Coloring Pictures



Sours: https://catholicblogger1.blogspot.com/2012/07/free-religious-coloring-pages.html

Adults catholic for coloring pages

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