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Strategies to bring Scripture to Life

Reading Scripture is an essential part of being Catholic and an integral part of any catechetical program. In this article, you'll explore simple...

Allie Johnston

Blended Learning for Catechesis: A Guide to Getting Started

A blended approach can support and enhance catechetical efforts in school, parish and home settings. Are you ready to implement a blended learning model...

Allie Johnston

Catholic Schools Week Ideas and Activities

These Catholic Schools Week ideas will be a valuable resource as you prepare to celebrate the rich traditions and the incredible value of Catholic...

Allie Johnston

Celebrating World Youth Day 2019

Prayer is at the heart of Christian life. When we pray, we raise our minds and hearts to God. Prayer is our response to God’s call. As Catholics, we call...

Allie Johnston

Catholic New Year Resources for Religious Education

A new calendar year is quickly approaching. Each year, its arrival presents an opportunity for self-examination. Resolutions reflect those areas in our...

Allie Johnston

Celebrating the Feast of the Epiphany with Children

The Christmas season is a season of celebration. The Church celebrates many important feasts during this time. Epiphany is one of the many important...

Allie Johnston

Feast of The Holy Family

A few years ago I received a Christmas catalog that featured a set of snowmen dressed as the Holy Family. The accompanying blurb promised that the trio...

Kathy Hendricks

A Printable Activity to Celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family

On the first Sunday after Christmas, the Church will celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. This feast is one of the many...

Allie Johnston

11+ Catholic Christmas Season Prayers & Activities for Families and Religious Education

Christmas is a season of peace and joy. For Catholics, the Christmas season begins on December 25th, Christmas day, and ends in January on the Feast of...

Allie Johnston

Printable Activity for The Season of Advent

This month, the season of Advent will begin. This year, the season of Advent starts on Sunday, December 2. It will last four weeks. Download the Advent...

Allie Johnston

Advent Catholic Prayers & Advent Activities for Kids

The Advent season is a time to pray to God, seek his forgiveness, and work for peace. Children can strive to help other people see God’s love during...

Allie Johnston

Juan Diego Activity and Our Lady of Guadalupe Lesson

On December 9, the Church celebrates the Feast Day of Saint Juan Diego, and on December 12, we honor Mary as Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the...

Allie Johnston

Saint Nicholas Feast Day Prayers & Activities

The Church celebrates the Feast Day of Saint Nicholas of Myra on December 6. Saint Nicholas of Myra is one of the most popular saints in the world, and...

Kathy Hendricks

Catholic Thanksgiving; A Prayer Service for Children of All Ages

As Catholics, we pray in many ways. We learn to pray from the example and words of Jesus. Urged by the Holy Spirit, we pray these basic forms of prayer:...

Allie Johnston

Catholic Thanksgiving Prayers for Kids and Families

As families gather to share a meal and express gratitude for their many blessings this Thanksgiving, they have the opportunity to pray. With these prayers...

Kathy Hendricks

Modern Saints for Modern Catholics

What is a Saint? The saints are followers of Christ who lived lives of holiness on earth and now share in eternal life with God in Heaven. When we look at...

Allie Johnston

Celebrating All Saints’ and All Souls’ Days in Your Home or Parish

As the children in your home or parish prepare for the celebration of Halloween in their schools and neighborhoods, take the opportunity to draw...

Allie Johnston

Mary Scripture Quest Bible Worksheet for Catholic Youth

Reading Scripture is an integral part of any religious education program. After teaching students how to find, read, and cite passages from the Bible,...

Allie Johnston

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...

Allie Johnston

Celebrate the Feast Day of St Teresa of Avila with Students!

On October 15th, the Church celebrates the Feast Day of St Teresa of Avila, who said, "We need no wings to go in search of Him, but have only to look...

Allie Johnston

Ideas for Making Catholic Ordinary Time Extraordinary

Ordinary Time is the longest season of the liturgical year. The season of Ordinary Time is divided into two periods, with the first falling between the...

Allie Johnston

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