All Saints and All Souls

All Saints, All Souls and Halloween

Saints

Informative:

Halloween and All Saints via Lego:

 

All Saints resources list from the Catholic toolbox – big.
Christian pumpkin carving: Catholic Cuisine: Saints O Lanterns and Christian Pumpkin Carving
Catholic Saints information
CARFLEO: Canadian Saints and Blesseds
Franciscan Media – saints + Halloween and its Christian Roots + Celebrating Halloween and All Saints Day
Great Saints resources from Loyola Press
Saints from American Catholic
Spend time with the Saints – mini retreats
Waltzing Matilda Saints colouring pages

What do All Saints Day and Halloween have in common?

It’s downright “scary” how much Fr. Jim Martin knows about the saints, so who better to explain the connection between Halloween and All Saints Day? In the whimsical video below, BustedHalo.com, an online magazine for spiritual seekers, asked Fr. Martin to explain how these two back-to-back days relate to each other.  The best-selling author also answers such common questions as, How does someone become a saint? What is a patron saint? and Do Catholics worship the saints? Courtesy of Busted Halo.

 

Prayer and Liturgies (thanks to RCCDSB):

Prayer Service for All Souls and All Saints  (Suitable for elementary and secondary use)
Resources and Articles from Catholicmom.com
Saints Colouring Pages and Resources (Catholicfaitheducation.blogspot.com – Always an excellent place for resources)
Printable Saints Colouring Pages (From Catholicplayground.com)
More Printable Saints Colouring Pages (Listed in alphabetical order at coloringsaints.org)
St. John XXIII Colouring Page
St. John Paul II Colouring Pages (Printablecolouringpages.co.uk)
SPQN Resources on Saints (Great links to information on saints of all kinds)
Catholic Catechist.org Prayers and Activities
Questions and Answers on Saints and Sainthood from St. Anthony Messenger Press
Saints Come Alive! (By Judith Costello, Catechist Magazine. Suggestions to “help make the saints come alive for your students as you prepare to celebrate the solemnity of All Saints.”)

Searchable playlist of Saints of the Day

Saints Plays:

Saints Coloring pages (see Waltzing Matilda’s – THANKS Charlotte! Pages):

Misc.

Baptism
Divine Mercy

Saints by feast day
January
Jan. 1 Mary, Mother of God
Jan. 2 Holy Name of Jesus (simple or window)
Jan. 21 St. Agnes
Jan. 25  The Conversion of St. Paul

February
Feb. 1 St. Brigid of Ireland
Feb. 3 St. Blaise
Feb. 8 St. Josephine Bakhita
Feb. 10 Feast of St. Paul’s Shipwreck in Malta
Feb. 11 Our Lady of Lourdes (Immaculate Conception)
Feb. 14 St. Valentine

March
Mar. 19 St. Joseph

April
Apr. 24 St. Mark
Apr. 28 St. Gianna Molla
Apr. 29 St Catherine of Siena

May
May 1 St. Joseph the Worker
May 10 St. Damien of Molokai
May 26 St. Philip Neri

June
June 29 Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul

July
July 26 St. Anne (with and without date)

August
Aug. 1 St. Sophia
Aug. 4 St. John Vianney
Aug. 14 St. Maximilian Kolbe
Aug. 18 St. Jane Frances de Chantal and St. Helena
Aug. 21 Pope St. Pius X
Aug. 22 Queenship of Mary
Aug. 27 St. Monica
Aug. 28 St. Augustine

September
Sept. 3 Pope St. Gregory the Great
Sept. 5 Blessed Teresa of Calcutta portrait and landscape
Sept. 12 Holy Name of Mary and Marian Names
Sept. 15 Our Lady of Sorrows
Sept. 17 St. Robert Bellarmine
Sept. 20 St. Paul Chong Hasang
Sept. 23 St. Padre Pio alone and at Mass
Sept. 29 Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

October
Oct. 1 St. Therese as a child and in habit
Oct. 2 Guardian Angel
Oct. 4 St. Francis of Assisi
Oct. 6 St. Bruno
Oct. 7 Our Lady of the Rosary
Oct. 15 St. Teresa of Avila
Oct. 16 St. Margaret Mary
Oct. 18 St. Luke
Oct. 23 St. John of Capistrano

November
Nov. 11 St. Martin of Tours
Nov. 13 St. Francis Xavier Cabrini
Nov. 16 St. Margaret of Scotland
Nov. 17 St. Elizabeth of Hungary

December
Dec. 8 Immaculate Conception
Dec. 12 Our Lady of Guadalupe
Dec. 13 St. Lucy or Syracuse, Santa Lucia with star boy

Saints alphabetically

Baptism ~ original post
Blessed Teresa 1 ~ original post
Blessed Teresa 2 ~
Divine Mercy Icon ~ original post
Guardian Angel ~ original post
Holy Name of Jesus 1 ~ original post
Holy Name of Mary ~ original post
Immaculate Conception ~ original post
Marian Names ~ original post
Mary, Mother of God ~ original post
Our Lady of Guadalupe ~ original post
Our Lady of Sorrows ~ original post
Our Lady of the Rosary ~ original post
Pope Benedict XVI ~ original post
Queenship of Mary ~ original post
Sorrowful Mother: original post
St. Agnes ~ original post
St. Anne (without name and feast date) ~ original post
St. Anne (prints with name and feast date) ~ original post
St. Augustine ~ original post
St. Blaise ~ original post
St. Brigid ~ original post
St. Bruno ~ original post
St. Brother Andre Bessette
St. Catherine of Siena ~ original post
St. Charles Borromeo ~ original post
St. Damien of Molokai ~ original post
St. Edward : original post
St. Elizabeth of Hungary ~ original post
St. Frances Cabrini ~ original post
St. Francis of Assisi ~ original post
St. Gabriel ~ original post
St. Gianna ~ original post
St. Gregory the Great ~ original post
St. Helena ~ original post
St. Jane de Chantal ~ original post
St. John of Capistrano ~ original post
St. John Vianney ~ original post
St. Joseph ~ original post
St. Joseph the Worker ~ original post
St. Josephine Bakhita ~ original post
St. Kateri Tekakwitha resources
St. Lucia with star boy ~ original post
St. Lucy of Syracuse ~ original post
St. Luke ~ original post
St. Margaret of Scotland ~ original post
St. Margaret Mary ~ original post
St. Mark ~ original post
St. Martin of Tours ~ original post
St. Maximillian Kolbe ~ original post
St. Michael ~ original post
St. Monica ~ original post
St. Paul ~ original post
St. Paul Chong Hasang ~ original post
St. Philip Neri ~ original post
St. Pio at Mass ~ original post
St. Pio of Pietrelcina ~ original post
St. Pius X ~ original post
St. Raphael ~ original post
St. Robert Bellarmine ~ original post
St. Sophia ~ original post
St. Teresa of Avila ~ original post
St. Therese as a child ~ original post
St. Therese in habit ~ original post
St. Valentine ~ original post

Marian Colouring Pages

Mary, Mother of God (January 1)
Immaculate Conception (Our Lady of Lourdes, February 11)
Queenship of Mary (August 22)
Holy Name of Mary (September 12)
Marian Names to color (September 12)
Our Lady of Sorrows (September 15)
Our Lady of the Rosary (October 12)
Immaculate Conception (December 8)
Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12)