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This St. Zita coloring page is provided for your personal use. Coloring is fun and finding online printables makes it all the better.

St. Zita was a servant in the early 1200s. Before her work each day, St. Zita would go to the nearby church to pray. One day she was so absorbed in her prayer that she stayed too long and hurried back to begin her bread making.

Too late she remembered 'twas bread-making day,

And she trembled to think what her mistress would say.

She flew to the oven, looked in it, and cried,

"Glory be to the Lord! the bread's ready inside!"

~Z is for Zita in An Alphabet of Saints



St. Zita had gone to thank her fellow servants but no one knew that she was talking about because angles had made the bread while she was praying.

Feast day: April 27th

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