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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

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 upon Him present within us." Like Saint Teresa of...Read more

Celebrating the Feast Day of St. Vincent de Paul with Students

On September 27, the Church celebrates the Feast Day of Saint Vincent de Paul, who said, “Do not be content to say: I am a Christian! But live in such a way that it may be said of you: we have seen a...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

Feast Days in May– Catholic Saints to Celebrate with Children

Feast Days are a great opportunity to introduce students to Catholic saints. Teaching children about saints provides inspiring examples of discipleship and models for living out their faith. Use the...Read more

How to Celebrate Mary During May; 5+ Resource You Can Print for FREE

In the month of May, as we prepare to celebrate mothers for their dedication and importance to our families, we learn about and remember Mary, the Mother of God and the greatest saint, in a special...Read more

Resources for Saint Patrick’s Day and Saint Joseph’s Day

On March 17th, the Church celebrates the Feast Day of Saint Patrick. Patrick is a very popular saint. People all over the world celebrate his feast day with parades, parties, and the wearing of green. Read more

Epiphany Resources

On the second Sunday after Christmas, the Church will celebrate the Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord. The traditional date of Epiphany is January 6, but in the United States it is celebrated on...Read more

Celebrating Families on the Feast of the Holy Family

On December 30th, the Church will celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. One of the many important feasts the Church celebrates during the Christmas season, on the Feast of...Read more

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