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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.

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Sadlier We Believe Blog

Advent Activities and Prayer Package

The season of Advent begins on Sunday, November 30th. The word Advent means “coming.” The season of Advent helps us to prepare for the coming of the Son of God, the Light of the World. ...Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Table Prayer Card

Have young children design a prayer card for this year’s Thanksgiving meal as they reflect on God’s many gifts. Download the prayer card template and directions and share it with your...Continue Reading

We Believe and Share Blog

Catholic Virtues Series: Charity’s Mandate

A 90-year-old man was arrested recently in Fort Lauderdale. His crime: feeding the homeless. It sounds like a joke, but it’s altogether true. The town passed an ordinance restricting the...Continue Reading

Prayer of Grace Before Meals

On Thanksgiving, families and friends gather to share a meal packed with tradition. This often includes a prayer of blessing or, at least, a naming of gifts for which each person is...Continue Reading

Creemos y Compartimos Blog

¡Gracias!

Ahora que nos preparamos para celebrar el Día de Acción de Gracias, conviene que nos detengamos a reflexionar en el significado de esta palabra, que, aunque corta, tiene mucho que decirnos....Seguir Leyendo

Día de Todos los Santos

El primer Día de Todos los Santos fue celebrado en mayo del 609 DC y fue decretado por el papa Bonifacio IV. Luego, el papa Gregorio III movió la fecha para el 1 de noviembre. Esta fiesta...Seguir Leyendo