Majellan Sunday Bulletins

For 30 years, parishes have trusted Majellan for bulletins with solid theological content and pastoral reflections. That tradition will continue as we introduce some exciting changes.

Majellan’s popular Sunday bulletins feature the pastoral reflections of leading theologians and scholars in a down-to-earth writing style which makes Scripture relatable and easy to understand.

Sunday bulletins are available for download from our website and are available in A4 (folded to A5) or A3 (folded to A4) sizes.  Look, children’s bulletins are A4 size.

A4 Bulletin
folds to A5

A3 Bulletin
folds to A4

A4 Children's Bulletin

A4 Bulletins are attractive, full colour and contain a reflection based on the Sunday readings, Antiphons, Prayers of the Faithful and Acclamations. 

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A3 Bulletins, contain all the content of the A4 version but in a larger format.  However they also  include activities for children on the back page saving parishes time and costs.

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Look is a lively full-coloured weekly newsletter for children aged 3-7 years. Reflecting the theme of the Sunday Gospel, Look engages and interests children as their understanding of their faith develops. Look contains a great variety of stories, activities, drawings and colouring work that enhance the message of the Gospel for each Sunday.

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About Majellan Bulletins

For 30 years, parishes have trusted Majellan for bulletins with solid theological content and pastoral reflections. That tradition will continue as we introduce some exciting changes.

Majellan’s popular Sunday bulletins feature the pastoral reflections of leading theologians and scholars in a down-to-earth writing style which makes Scripture relatable and easy to understand.

Sunday bulletins are available for download from our website and are available in A4 (folded to A5) or A3 (folded to A4).

 

Majellan Family Magazine is in its 72nd year and from the beginning, the magazine has sought to foster family life in a Christian context. It is named after a Redemptorist saint, Gerard Majella, who showed particular care for families during his lifetime and afterward came to be looked upon by many people as a patron of families in need. 

Majellan. Because families matter most!

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