Catechism Memory Cards — Two Styles — Fourth Translation

Previously, LutheranCatechism.com released one style of Small Catechism Memory Cards in three different translations. The style was standard size 3″ x 5″ index cards with both the question and the answer for each portion of the Catechism on one side. The translations were 2010 Sola Publishing / ReClaim Resources, 1979 NPH-WELS, and 2001 ELS.

Today, LutheranCatechism.com releases Small Catechism Memory Cards in a fourth translation, the 1912 Synodical Conference translation, and in two styles. One of the styles is the same index card format. The new style is enhanced with:

  • post card size
  • graphical design enhancements
  • questions on one side, answers on the other

This beautiful style has been created by graphics designer, Kris Brown of Kris Brown Designs.

The post card sized style is distributed in two versions, one with cut lines and the other without cut lines, as the user might prefer.

These free resources let anyone print memory cards, each containing a portion of Luther’s Small Catechism, to use as a memorization aid, for teaching children, or for meditation and prayer. Simply download the free PDF file containing the cards and an instructions file from the distribution page. Then follow the instructions to print and separate the cards.

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