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School Catechetical Programs

Sadlier offers your Catholic school comprehensive religious education programs for Grades K–8, catch-up programs that present the essential Catholic beliefs, and family life materials. Engage students with online resources and families with take-home support materials.

Virtues & Values Bingo Game

Engage students as you teach them about Catholic virtues and values with a colorful handout and Bingo game featuring 52 virtues and values, one for each week of the year. Families will join in the fun and conversation when you send extra copies home.


Virtues Value Bingo Game


We Believe Blog

Resources for Sadlier Religion Program Users

Springtime Family Activities to Celebrate God's Creations

Spring is a wonderful season to engage families as the Church rejoices in the new life of Christ during the Easter season. Encourage family members to connect with each other, with nature,...Continue Reading

Teaching Catholic Kids to Sing Alleluia

During the Easter season, the Church sings the song of “Alleluia,” meaning “Praise God!” Teach children the meaning of the word Alleluia as they compose a song to celebrate Easter....Continue Reading

We Believe
and Share Blog

Inspiration & Resources for Catholics

Earth Day and the Joy of God’s Creation

“Our very contact with nature has a deep restorative power; contemplation of its magnificence imparts peace and serenity. The Bible speaks again and again of the beauty of creation, which...Continue Reading

The Joy of Catechesis

One of my fondest memories as a catechist and Catholic school teacher involves “Duane”, an imaginative child in my second grade class. I recall the day he sat on the floor by my desk long...Continue Reading

Creemos y
Compartimos Blog

Inspiración y recursos para Católicos

Día Internacional de la Tierra: Celebrando la creación

Los que vivimos en el noreste de los Estados Unidos hemos tenido un invierno muy crudo este año. Las temperaturas heladas y las frecuentes tormentas de nieve nos han demandado mucha...Seguir Leyendo

Actividad Aleluya para la Pascua

Durante la temporada de Pascua, la Iglesia canta el “Aleluya”, que significa “¡Alabado sea Dios!” Enseñe a los niños el significado de la palabra Aleluya cuando escriban la canción para...Seguir Leyendo