While this seems like a perfect time of year to share a Holy Trinity Shamrock coloring page, it isn’t just great for St. Patrick’s Day. This coloring page can be used any time of year that you’re teaching kids about the Holy Trinity.
The Holy Trinity is such a complex idea, even for adults to attempt to understand. Saint Patrick was very wise when he used the three leaf clover, or shamrock, to teach the Irish people about the Trinity. While the clover is one clover coming off of one stem, there are three distinctive separate leaves on the clover.
On this printable, the leaves are labeled with God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit with a symbol for each part. In addition to that, there is a label in the lower right corner that can also be colored in that says “The Holy Trinity: One God with Three Parts.”
If you like this printable, you might want to check out the whole 18-page Saint Patrick Printables and Worksheet Packet, since this is part of that set.
This download is free for personal or classroom use. It can also be put into church bulletins or newsletters, but the copyright credit line must be included (which just means that you need to make sure that you don’t accidentally crop off the line with the copyright information at the bottom of the printable when you are reproducing it). It cannot be included in a publication that is larger than a single school or parish without first contacting me to discuss details and cost.
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