Music and song is such an important part of being Catholic, and it’s also an important part of learning. Making time for music in your Religious Education program for music and singing will bring joy to your students and enrich catechesis.
While group opportunities for singing and movement are particularly effective in the elementary classroom, where children readily join in and dance, adolescents also respond to music and song. Incorporate opportunities for listening and reflecting and singing in any age classroom.
Sadlier’s major catechetical and sacrament programs offer music CDs or music suggestions for each lesson. Download a helpful Catechist Development Article with helpful suggestions to implement music at home and in class by Jack Miffleton, a composer and teacher known internationally for his work in children's religious education. His songs are sung in classrooms and churches around the world.