Celebrate Father’s Day

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Celebrate Father's Day

Father’s Day is this Sunday! It’s a time to show our appreciation for our father’s who give so much of themselves for us. 

From little things around the house, to helping us solve our problems, they help make sure the family is cared for. 

This Sunday is another reminder on how to live out the Fourth Commandment to honor your father and mother. Being thankful and expressing that thanks is one way to show our parents honor and respect. 

Under this post are two cards to print out and personalize this Father’s Day. 

The first one is for Dad. Click on the picture to download the PDF and print out the card. Here you can add your own message and artwork to personalize your card. 


When you are done that, check out this card below. This one is for your parish priest(s). They are our spiritual fathers – they bring us God’s Word, God’s forgiveness, the Holy Eucharist, our Christianity, and so much more. It is only fitting to wish our priests a Happy Father’s Day as well.  If you feel moved to do so, you can click on the image below and print out the PDF for the Priest Card (or create your own). Color in the pictures and write out a message in the brown box. Give it to your priest after Mass on Sunday! 

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