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Sadlier offers your parish Spanish and English comprehensive catechetical and sacrament preparation programs for Grades K–8, catch-up programs that present the essential Catholic beliefs, and prayer books. Our bilingual programs reflect the multicultural character of the Spanish-speaking community.

Ten Tips for New DREs eBook

Are you new to religious education? Download this exclusive eBook with ten tips for new Directors of Religious Education or Parish Catechetical Leaders, incorporating advice for working with the entire parish community and closely with families.  Available in English and Spanish.

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Ten Tips for New DREs eBook

 

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We Believe Blog

Resources for Sadlier Religion Program Users

Reflecting on Vocations with Saint Junípero Serra

All Christians share a common vocation: to grow in holiness and spread the message of Jesus’ life and saving work. An important part of our common vocation is responding to God’s love...Continue Reading

Free Resources to Celebrate All Saints' Day with Students

One of the first major feast days we encounter in the fall season is All Saints’ Day. All Saints’ Day is a solemnity celebrated on November 1st. It is a rich Catholic holiday and it offers...Continue Reading

We Believe
and Share Blog

Inspiration & Resources for Catholics

Halloween and All Saints' Day

The neighborhood is starting to light up. Orange lights are strung across porch railings and pumpkins, scarecrows, and witches are perched along curbsides. One household erected a fake...Continue Reading

The Joyful Mystic, Saint Teresa of Avila Prayer Reflections

I read a story recently about a study of the happiest countries on five different continents. Results showed that it wasn’t a surplus of money or goods that equated happiness. Rather it was...Continue Reading

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Compartimos Blog

Inspiración y recursos para Católicos

Fiesta de Halloween: Travesura o dulce - Trick or treat

¿A quién no le gusta disfrutar de una fiesta de máscaras personificando a alguien o algo que haga reír o fastidiar a otros? Es una costumbre tan generalizada entre los humanos que el...Seguir Leyendo

Manteniendo contacto con los padres y tutores de los niños en su programa de Educación Religiosa

Mantener los canales de comunicación abiertos con los padres de los niños en su programa de Educación Religiosa K-6 ayudará a que las familias sean sus socias en la catequesis. Siga leyendo...Seguir Leyendo