Happy Saints 7 Sorrows & 7 Last Words

Happy Saints 7 Sorrows & 7 Last Words
Instant digital download • High quality printable PDF • Formatted in letterhead size (8.5″ x 11″) • 69 pages • Non-commercial license • For personal use only • No physical product will be shipped!
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The Seven Sorrows of Mary tell of the emotional events in Mary’s life as Jesus’ mother. This beloved devotion is widely practiced especially during the season of Lent.

The Seven Last Words of Jesus are His sayings as He was crucified on the cross. These biblical phrases provide meaningful reflections during the season of Lent and Holy Week.

The Happy Saints 7 Sorrows and 7 Last Words eBook features 16 cartoon artworks of the Seven Sorrows of Mary and the Seven Last Words of Jesus on the Cross, with simple prayers and reflections.  

Packed in multiple printable formats, i.e. 8 inch x 10 inch posters, greeting cards, prayer cards, coloring pages and badges, the ebook is a very useful resource to educate and encourage kids and the young-at-heart to feel the Passion of Jesus and the Sufferings of Mary, especially during the Season of Lent.

Great for parents, teachers, catechists, children and families!

Featuring colorful and kid-friendly illustrations of:
  • Our Lady of Sorrows
  • The Prophecy of Simeon. 
  • The Escape and Flight into Egypt.
  • The Loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple of Jerusalem. 
  • The Meeting of Mary and Jesus on the Way of the Cross.
  • The Cruci xion of Jesus on Mount Calvary.
  • The Piercing of the Side of Jesus with a Spear, and His Descent
  • from the Cross.
  • The Burial of Jesus by Joseph of Arimathea.
  • The Man of Sorrows
  • ‘Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.’ (Luke 23:34)
  • ‘Assuredly I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise.’ (Luke 23:43)
  • ‘Woman, behold your son... Behold your mother.’ (John 19:26– 27)
  • ‘My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?’ (Mark 15:34)
  • ‘I am thirsty.’ (John 19:28)
  • ‘It is finished.’ (John 19:30)
  • ‘Father, into your hands I commit my spirit!’ (Luke 23:46)

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