Christ is Risen, Indeed he is Risen! Celebrate the Risen Christ and share the message of this Good News with this new set of Easter Facebook Covers/Images.
Easter is more than a day, it is a Season in the Catholic Church. The liturgical season of Easter lasts 50 days, starting with the first Sunday of Easter and ending with Pentecost. And even more than that, it is a way of life. We are called to live as Easter people all the time.
If you don't find one you like on this page - I have several from the previous year that you might like.
Here are the new images, both facebook covers and general post images, for Holy Week. These are for Holy Thursday and Good Friday. I am working on several images for Easter which will be posted in the next few days.
Don't limit the use of these images to just Facebook, they also work great on Twitter as posts or on Google Plus. I use them many different places.
Be sure you look back over last year's images and as always, I hope that my creations are useful for you and that they are enjoyed. God Bless.
Time to prepare for the start of Holy Week with several new Palm Sunday Images below. Be sure to come back soon as I will have more images for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter
Two additional Palm Sunday Facebook Covers from previous years and some additional Holy Week Covers from previous years can be foundhere.
The two images below work great on Instagram or in a facebook timeline post. (and by the way I am on Instagram too!)
The one below is a new Holy Week cover. More to come in just a few days.
The first two images are for the fifth Sunday of Lent, Cycle B readings. I have you "covered" with one to use as a facebook cover and one to use in sharing on multiple platforms.
The next two are designed for the fifth Sunday of Lent, Cycle A Scrutinies readings.
I am the resurrection and the life;
whoever believes in me, even if he dies,
will live, and everyone who lives
and believes in me will never die.
Can it really almost be the fourth Sunday of Lent already? Wow this Lent has flown by for me.
This Sunday's gospel reading for the Cycle B readings, is one that is very familiar to Christians. So this cover and image could be used during any time of the year.
And for those who need an image to use for the fourth Sunday of Lent Cycle A- Second Scrutinies, I have chosen this quote from the second reading:
You were once darkness,
but now you are light in the Lord.
Live as children of light
I would love it if you would follow me on Facebook or Instagram where you will find more original covers and/or images not found on this website!
I am keeping it simple for this month's First Friday with Francis. I have pulled three quotes that motivated me and I have created the below images to use when sharing our faith this Lenten season. Three Covers - Three times the fun!
The third Sunday of Lent brings us to the possibility of two different sets of readings that we could hear in our parish, depending on whether of not we have any Catechumenate in the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) in our parish and whether we are attending the Mass where the Scrutinies for the RCIA are celebrated.
The third, fourth and fifth Sundays of Lent are when we participate in the Scrutinies. At the Masses where the Scrutinies are celebrated the Readings from Cycle A are always used. At the Masses outside of the Scrutinies or for a parish that does not have anyone in the RCIA, the readings for the regular church year, which is currently Cycle B, are used.
But worry not, because I have you "covered" either way!
For the Cycle B readings set of images, I have chosen a passage from the second reading.
In the Cycle A readings we hear the transformative story of the Samaritan woman. All those in the RCIA who are celebrating the Scrutinies and the parishioner in the assembly are challenged to make a prayerful introspection, surrender, and conversion with the Samaritan woman. For it is together at the well we realize our thirst for the Lord, who comes to provide us life giving water.
Evangelizing the digital continent!
We each may be only one person, but together we are
all part of one body.
What is Embedded Faith? Simply put, this is a "gralog" (graphics + blog) providing images and thoughts to evangelize the digital continent.
Click to find out more.
How do I download
To download any image, just right click and choose "file save as".
Can I use your image on my website or publication?
Yes! All images are creative commons and are free to use. Credit or a link to this site is appreciated.
Images may not be sold.