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Lent and the Call to Holiness

BY MARCELLINO D’AMBROSIO At age 16, I thought that aspiring to holiness was out of the question. If you really wanted to be holy, I thought,...

Sharing the Trinity with children

LEE DANESCO There are few topics on any catechist's teaching schedule more intimidating than the Trinity. You assume that trying to teach the unity of...

Webinar by Sr. Eileen McCann on St. Joseph

A wonderful webinar presentation for the Year of St. Joseph: Joseph, Dreamer or Believer—Is There a Difference? by Sr. Eileen McCann, CSJ   View using the video...

Proclaiming the Cross and Resurrection

JOE PAPROCKI When you watch late-night TV, you often see commercials for "miracle" products with claims so startling they seem to defy logic. And just...

What Have We Missed? A Prayer Service for Lent

MARY McENTEE McGILL Ash Wednesday is a day when we are blessed with ashes and told to repent of our sins and believe the Good...

Lent: Time for a spiritual recharge for catechists

DREs and Parish Leaders, here are a few tips to strengthen your catechists: Highlight traditional practices of the season in a contemporary way to help...

Free Webinar Replay: Music for Enriching Catechesis with Children and Families

Music has the ability to support learning, enhance celebration, and build a deeper understanding of our faith. In this workshop renowned family educators John Burland...

Profound Respect for the Dignity of Human Life

A continuing series on ways to instill a robust Catholic identity in those we teach BY JOE PAPROCKI In our exploration of Catholic identity in this...

Discover Endow

Educating on the nature and dignity of women SIMONE RIZKALLAH St. John Paul II believed the lethal mess of the 20th century — that...

The Word of God and Mary of Nazareth

Dei Verbum. "The Word of God" is the title for the Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation.