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Weekly Gospel Videos and Coloring Pages

Weekly Gospel Videos and Coloring Pages

Pflaum offers NEW premium content for Gospel Weeklies and Children Celebrate! customers.

These videos and coloring pages can be shared with anyone in a parish program or school that subscribes to the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies, Children Celebrate!, or the Sunday Missal for Young Catholics. Catechists and teachers may share these resources with families using these programs.


(approx. 6 min. total length) Each video has three sections:

Gospel Reflection
Every week, Miss Heidi (Heidi Witte) presents a short video reflection about the Sunday Gospel. Seeds and Promise (and some Good News) catechists and teachers may wish to enhance their class sessions by sharing Miss Heidi’s reflection following the proclamation of the Sunday Gospel.

Saint in the Spotlight
Following the Gospel Reflection, Miss Heidi puts a saint “in the spotlight” and shares about that saint, using language and examples that young children can understand and relate to.

Closing Prayer
Following the Saint in the Spotlight, Miss Heidi offers a short closing prayer. Note that this feature is targeted for parishes that use the Gospel Weeklies or Children Celebrate! for Children’s Liturgy of the Word during Sunday Mass. Those using the Gospel Weeklies in a classroom setting may come back to this closing prayer at the end of their class session if the prayer fits with the theme of their lesson.

To view and share the weekly videos for August 27, 2023-November 19, 2023, click here.
To view and share the weekly videos for November 26, 2023-February 18, 2024, click here.
To view and share the weekly videos for February 25, 2024-May 19, 2024, click here.
To view and share the weekly videos for May 26, 2024-August 18, 2024, click here.

Gospel Coloring Pages

Young children love to color! Along with each week’s video, Miss Heidi creates a coloring page related to the Sunday Gospel. Download and share this with the young children in your group or send it home for the children to complete later.