8.5 x 11" -- four reproducible 2-page flyers -- eResources in PDF and JPEG format -- Your price includes a license to reproduce and email as needed in your school/parish/community.
Advent can be a very stressful time, and we're not just talking about pastoral leaders! Use these visually striking and thoughtful handouts in your community to invite everyone to rediscover the joy of a simpler and more faith-filled Advent and Christmas.
These versatile pages can be used in many ways:
- As bulletin inserts or content (paste them right into the page!)
- As handouts to give parents in your school or faith formation program
- As email attachments to any parish lists
- As the basis for reflection in small groups or at the beginning of parish meetings
This reproducible eResource is sold with a lifetime license for use within a parish, school, or diocesan office. You are allowed to make unlimited copies for use within your own community. You may also email these to members of your team or participants in your program. If you serve more than one parish or school, each should purchase its own license. You may not post our eResources to any web site without explicit permission to do so. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our product licenses.
|Dimensions:||8½" x 11"|
The Pastoral Center
Paul Canavese serves as director of The Pastoral Center (PastoralCenter.com), author, frequent conference speaker, and pastoral consultant. He has his MTS from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley. He directs GrowingUpCatholic.com (focused on coaching parents) and GospelLiving.org ("intentional daily life Catholicism"). He has served in a wide range of parish ministries, most recently as a pastoral consultant at Corpus Christi Parish in Piedmont, CA. Paul also has 20 years of experience in software development and management with technology startups and social media. Along with his wife Ann, two daughters, and seven chickens, he lives in Alameda, CA, where they operate a mini-urban farm and looks for creative ways to build community in their neighborhood.