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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


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Resources for Sadlier Religion Program Users

Daily Activities to Celebrate Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Week is a national celebration of Catholic education that has taken place every year since 1974. Catholic schools across the country commemorate the annual celebration of...Continue Reading

Printable Mary Scripture Quest Bible Worksheet for Catholic Youth

Also referred to as Sacred Scripture or Scripture, the Bible is God’s Word, written by human authors under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The Bible has two parts: the Old Testament,...Continue Reading

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and Share Blog

Inspiration & Resources for Catholics

The Ministry and Vocation of Teaching

During a “gap year” in which I was discerning the direction to go with my studies, I served as a volunteer with Head Start. It’s there that I met Mrs. Cranmer and learned how teaching can...Continue Reading

January Psalm Reflections

My mother used to wait to take the Christmas tree down once my siblings and I were back in school because she thought it would make us sad. In truth, she was the one who mourned the passing...Continue Reading

Creemos y
Compartimos Blog

Inspiración y recursos para Católicos

Tiempo Ordinario

Terminamos las celebraciones de Navidad. Las fiestas, las visitas, las comidas, los regalos, han quedado atrás. Al final quedamos agotados de tantas actividades y necesitamos volver a la...Seguir Leyendo

La fiesta de la Epifanía

De los Evangelios, solo el de Mateo narra la visita de los magos. En realidad, tampoco habla mucho de la visita a Jesús. El Evangelio solo dice que los magos “encontraron al niño con María,...Seguir Leyendo