Printable pdf files for some of the Catholic Comic Booklets are available here. I haven't made printable pages for all of them yet. Contact me if you'd like a printable version of a particular comic. Some of these booklets leave unused white space on some pages. On the St. Benedict comic, I used that extra space to put in the pages needed to make the Eucharist booklets, so that you can print both booklets at once.

Benedict of Nursia - Printable (also contains the Eucharist booklet)

Francis of Assisi - Printable

Baptism - Printable

The Eucharist - Printable

Confession - Printable

To print one of these comics, follow these steps.

- Click the comic you want.
- Print that comic.
- You can do this by clicking the Print icon on the page that opens up, or type Control + P on your keyboard.
- Print the comic double-sided so that Page 2 is on the back of Page 1 and Page 4 is on the back of Page 3.
- You should see that each page has four rows and two columns. Cut the paper so that each row is preserved.
- You should end up with six strips of paper.
- On all the strips of paper except one, there should black dots in the middle. Check for these black dots on each strip of paper, remembering to check on the back of the strip of paper if you don't see any black dots on the front.
- Find the strip of paper with five black dots. Lay it down flat so that the five black dots are visible.
- Find the strip of paper with four black dots. Lay it on top of the previous one so that the four black dots are visible.
- Find the strip of paper with three black dots. Lay it on top of the previous one so that the three black dots are visible.
- Find the strip of paper with two black dots. Lay it on top of the previous one so that the two black dots are visible.
- Find the strip of paper with one black dot. Lay it on top of the previous one so that the black dot is visible.
- Lay the last strip of paper on top of the previous one to complete the comic. There is no black dot on this page to indicate which side should go on top, so compare it to the online version of the comic to find out which one is supposed to be on top.
- Fold the comic in the middle.
- Staple the comic through the center.

And you're done! You've successfully printed a Catholic Comic Booklet. Now give it away, or leave it in a public place for someone else to find.

If you have any questions, contact me at dmar@historyandapologetics.com.

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