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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 1 st. It is a rich Catholic holiday and it offers many ways...Read more

Helping Children Deal with Grief & Tragedy Using Our Catholic Faith

In the wake of a terrorist attack or tragedy, Catholics of all ages may seek answers to help make sense of the acts of violence and hatred. For children, the complexities of these issues can cause...Read more

Catholic Saints for Kids to Learn About This Summer

During the season of Ordinary Time, we learn about the saints. Saints are followers of Jesus Christ who lived lives of holiness on earth and who now share in eternal life with God in Heaven. The...Read more

How to Celebrate Pentecost with Catholics Kids

The Church celebrates the Feast of Pentecost fifty days after Easter Sunday. Pentecost Sunday ends the season of Easter. This year, the Feast of Pentecost will be celebrated on Sunday, June 4.  Read more

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 Catholic...Read more

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, which tells...Read more

Celebrating National Bible Week; A Scripture Quest for Catholic Students

This year, from November 13-19 the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops encourages participation in National Bible Week. This year's theme is, "The Bible: A Book of Mercy," which builds on...Read more

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: blessing, petition, intercession, praise, and...Read more

Teaching About the Liturgical Year

For Catholics, the Church year is the Liturgical Year, a sequence of seasons and feasts that are celebrated in the liturgy—the official public prayer of the Church—during a year’s time. In each...Read more

Closing the Jubilee Year of Mercy

With the start of a new liturgical year, Pope Francis’ Jubilee Year of Mercy will come to an end. The official end of the Holy Year of Mercy is November 20. When the Holy Year of Mercy began, at the...Read more


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