Free Printable Rosh HaShanah Activities

Free Printable Rosh HaShanah Activities L'shanah Tovah Tikatevu Ve Etahetem! Rosh HaShanah is the Jewish New Year and is celebrated September 17-18, 2012 on the western calendar. Rosh HaShanah precedes Yom Kippur (September 26, 2012) in the Jewish month of Tishrei. Here are printable activities for Rosh HaShanah. Rosh HaShanah is the first of the two Jewish high holy day. It falls on the approximate date when Moses led the Hebrews out of bondage from Egypt. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement is the second high holy day in the Jewish calendar. These days are a time for reconciliation and repentance. Referred to by Hebrew people as the Days of Awe, the sacredness of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur are equivalent in importance of Easter for Christians. To wish someone good Rosh Hashanah, say "Shana Tova!" Read more

Free Printable Catholic Liturgical Calendars and Activities

Free Printable Catholic Liturgical Calendars and Activities Ordinary time is a great time to plan your holy day activities. Teacher, homeschoolers and Catholic families, use these free printable liturgical calendars to organize your lesson plans, devotions, prayers and activities. Some are coloring page calendars. They make good cut and paste crafts for preschool children. Use the printable Catholic liturgical calendars to coordinate church, CCD, Vacation Bible School, homeschool and religious education activities. Read more


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