Updated by Mary Bowen on March 5, 2020
This All Saints Day coloring page is provided for your personal use. Coloring is fun and finding online printables makes it all the better.
On this page you will find King St. Louis IX holding the real crown of thorns, next to him is St Helen with the true cross, St. Joan of Arc is next in her military regalia, next is St. Peter receiving the keys from the Infant Lord Who is on the Queen of All Saints lap, St. Joseph is to the right of her and St. Mary Magdalene is at Our Lord's feet. To the right of St. Mary Magdalene is St. Philomena with an anchor, then St. Therese the Little Flower, next is St. Isaac Jogues and finally St. John the Baptist with his banner, which reads "Behold the Lamb of God."
Please say a little prayer for our artist, Bee Jay.
"Thou wast slain, and hast redeemed us to God, in thy blood, out of every tribe, and tongue, and people, and nation." -Apocalypse 5:9
All Saints Day is the day we celebrate all the saints known and unknown. It is the only holy day of obligation in the U.S. that is not dedicated our Lord or our Lady. There are a lot of ways of celebrating All Saints Day and our favorite is hosting an All Hallows' Eve party on Halloween.
All Saints Day is on November 1st.
Mary Bowen is a founding member of industriousfamily.com. Not only is she our resident artist but she is also a choir director, GAPS dessert guru, Angora lover, and director at San Genesio Entertainment. Always cheerful and optimistic, Mary loves sharing her gifts with others. She has walked the Chartes pilgrimages twice and hopes to go as often as is realistic. Her first movie, Outlaws of Ravenhurst premiered in 2018.
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