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Monday, December 10, 2018

Celebrating Saints … St. Dominic Savio

by Patricia Mathson CLICK HERE for a pdf about St. Dominic Savio and some of the other feast days in March. Copyright 2016, Bayard,...

Celebrating Saints … Therese Couderc

by Patricia Mathson CLICK HERE for a pdf about Therese Couderc and some of the other feast days in September.   Copyright 2016, Bayard, Inc. All...

Saint Bingo

by Virginia Prisco for 15 saint biographies you might want to use for Saint Bingo. Saints are men and women who were remarkable in...

October: A Time to Celebrate Our Two New Saint-Popes!

by Kate Ristow See the end of this article for a puzzle activity that will help students review the biographies of St. John XXIII...

CATECHIST INDEPTH Catechesis and the Domestic Church

The Saints Alive in the Domestic Church

Faith in Facts for Young Learners — Saints

Do you know these facts about the saints? Read each statement and circle the letter next to the word or phrase that makes the statement a fact. Before you begin, fold the bottom of the page up to the dotted line. That way, you cannot see the answers until you’re ready to check your facts. Have fun and learn!

Why Saints?

Saints are found in every part of Catholic life. If we lose something we invoke St. Anthony.

Meet the Saints

A Family Together - October 2010

Saint Marianne Cope of Molokai

If you'd like a patron saint for when you're slacking off, look no further than the newly canonized Franciscan sister of Syracuse, New York: St. Marianne Cope (1838-1918; canonized October 21, 2012; feast day, January 23). She is famous for nursing lepers in Hawaii after St. Damien caught the disease, but there's much more. Sister Marianne's stamina and dedication were remarkable. And she was a catechist--one who believed that the gospel in action speaks louder than words.

A Family Together: Two Popes, Two Saints

This past April 27, Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II were canonized by Pope Francis. The two new saints came from very different backgrounds and accomplished different things in their lives, yet had much in common. Read these facts about each man. Then solve the puzzle to discover the most important thing they had in common. The bold words are clues.