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Our Confirmation ebooklet has Holy Spirit pictures and symbols. We also have several versions in our Catholic coloring pages ebook.
The Holy Spirit is the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
Scroll down to see two printable stained glass coloring pages of the Holy Spirit.
They are good for Confirmation or celebrating the feast of Pentecost or Whitsunday.
Very good times to teach about the Holy Spirit are when:
We make the Sign of the Cross prayer at the beginning and end of our prayers. This is the way Jesus wanted us to pray.
Be sure to say "and of the" for each of the Three Persons as this shows Their equality in the Blessed Trinity.
We say the Glory Be during the Mass, the Rosary, and at other Catholic services like the Divine Office. You can teach it in both English and Latin here.
The Descent of the Holy Ghost is the Third Mystery of the Rosary. It tells of when the Holy Spirit descended on the Apostles and Mary on Pentecost fifty days after Easter. We have Rosary coloring pages here.
We believe in Three Persons in One God and this is called the Holy Trinity or Blessed Trinity:
Pentecost is near the end of the Paschal or Easter Season and is 50 days after Easter. These PDFs print to 8.5x11" single sided.
Holy Spirit Picture: Stained glass coloring page for Confirmation symbols, Pentecost, Whitsunday, liturgy, and teaching about the Blessed Trinity.
Holy Spirit Picture: Descent of the Holy Ghost on the Apostles and Mary on Pentecost Sunday, or Whitsunday.
Great for religion class, catechism, liturgical calendar, and teaching the Rosary.
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