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Welcome to The Work of God's Children's Educational Project!

Get this picture and more in our image gallery
View The Work of God's Children Illustrated Bible
Browse our encyclopedia/dictionary
Teach your kids with our Educational Materials
Get this picture and more in our image gallery
View The Work of God's Children Illustrated Bible
Browse our encyclopedia/dictionary
Teach your kids with our Educational Materials

View the newest project - The Liturgical Calendar for A.D. 2012 - with colored pictures and black and white coloring page pictures making it easier to understand and spread The Good News.

The following is an example of what will be found in The Liturgical Calendar. This will be an ongoing project to which we will be continually adding. So, check back frequently for new pictures. Click on the picture to see a larger printable version. Click on the blue links (Pentecost / The Most Holy Trinity) to see all the pictures in each category.
Black and white coloring book pages may be available by clicking on the blue links.

June 2011


- red vestments
Vigil: Genesis 11:1-9 or
Exodus 19:3-8a, 16-20b or
Ezekiel 37:1-14 or
Joel 3:1-5 /
Romans 8:22-27 /
John 7:37-39 (62)
Day: Acts 2:1-11 /
1 Corinthians 12:3b-7, 12-13 /
John 20:19-23 (63) Prop Pss


- white vestments
Exodus 34:4b-6, 8-9 /
2 Cor 13:11-13 /
John 3:16-18 (164) Prop Pss26

View the second newest project - The Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ - portraying the landscape, people, clothing, architecture, and customs of people in Jesus' time.
The Annunciation, Birth, and Childhood of Jesus pictures
The Ministry and Miracles of Jesus pictures
Holy Week pictures
The Resurrection and Ascension pictures
The Annunciation, Birth, and Childhood of Jesus
The Ministry and Miracles of Jesus
Holy Week
The Resurrection and Ascension

The Freedom Curriculum, a totally free public domain curriculum for home-educators

These subjects are formatted for unit studies. This involves a different curriculum plan than is generally used for initial academic studies, but is similar to the methods used for higher education.


Language Arts





College Courses

Extracurricular Topics

About The Work of God's Children

The Work of God's Children was started in 2004 to promote the advancement of Catholic thinking and education. Four ways we do this are through a public domain illustrated Bible, free public domain educational materials, a public domain encyclopedia/dictionary, and a public domain image gallery.

The public domain illustrated Bible project makes the Word of God available without charge, with a primary focus on making it suitable for a children's picture / coloring book Bible and missionary work.

The free public domain educational materials are part of a project to form a free curriculum for home education, homeschooling families, parents, students, children, teachers, religious education, those using the Montessori method, and those preparing for and doing missionary work.

The public domain encyclopedia/dictionary is a growing collection of articles that can be used for all ages; its content is designed to be "safe for souls."

The public domain image gallery is a collection of a wide variety of totally free images that we have complied for use in our other projects.

Want to help out? We certainly appreciate your prayer support. Without the help of God and your prayers, we would not have been able to offer The Good News free of charge.
If after praying, you feel led to support this ministry financially, we would greatly appreciate that also! (Just press the Donations key- The Work of God's Children:Site support on the left.) Please know that all of you who access our site are in our prayers.

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