Here is the last of the Glorious mysteries, the Coronation, coloring page ready to print!
(Please download to your computer and open in a .pdf program like Adobe Acrobat before printing for the best results!)
“Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, adorned with the sun. She was standing on the moon, with the twelve stars on her head for a crown.” Rev 12:1
Here’s a really neat quote from Saint John Paul II
“Today the liturgy invites us to contemplate Mary, taken up body and soul into heaven. By a special privilege, she was enriched by divine grace from the moment of her conception, and Christ who ascended to the right hand of the Father, opened the doors of his kingdom to her, fist among human creatures. Now from heaven, where the Queen of the angels and saints is crowned, the mother of God and of the Church is close to the Christian people before whom she shines as the “new and immaculate woman (who) mediated for the guilt of the first woman.”
Part of why I love the Coronation is that it completes the picture of our Heavenly family. We have God the Father, Our Blessed Mother Mary and Jesus. I feel so undeserving of God’s mercy and love. I guess it’s a mix of gratitude but also humility, that God would be both so great to be our Creator, but also so close as to be our “Abba.” And then as part of his gift of His love for us, he gives us Our Blessed Mother Mary: both Queen of Heaven but also our intercessory mother at the right hand of Jesus praying for us.
I’ll be praying that these Rosary Coloring pages help you to share a very special prayer and meditative time with your children, and that they can form their own personal relationship with Our Lord and Savior Jesus and his mother, Mary.
Remember, if you can’t wait for all of these coloring pages to post, you can buy the whole pack of 20 mysteries here in my shop!