Sunday, October 20, 2019

Celebrating Saint Damien De Veuster

Servant of the Sick Feast Day: May 10

Celebrating Saint…Anna Schaffer

by Patricia MathsonPerson of Courage Feast Day: October 5 for a Saint Page about St. Anna Schäffer that your learners can take home to...

Lenten Disciplines for Junior High Students

For the past six years, I've looked forward to class with my seventh-grade students the week before Ash Wednesday—because old ideas become new again each year.

Walking With Jesus in Lent

by Jeanne Heiberg After a long drive home following a weekend workshop at beautiful Lake George, NY, I dropped friends off at a train...

A Family Together: During Lent, During Easter

Each season of the Church Year has its own meaning, mood, and message. In this activity, you will discover how or why we celebrate the seasons of Lent and Easter.

Celebrating Saint Rita of Cascia

Rita was born in 1381. She was the only child of older parents, and she grew up in a small town near Cascia, Italy. Rita’s parents taught her to live in peace. She became a wife, a mother, a widow, and a nun. Despite many difficulties in her life, Rita always was faithful to God.

The Sunday Gospel – May 2018

We're happy to supply The Sunday Gospel in PDF form for the months of April and May, 2018. Download the PDF containing both month's reflections...

A Jesse Tree That’s Not Just for Christmas

SR. LOU ELLA HICKMAN, IWBS Plan ahead to recycle your tree for use all year! When you take down your Jesse tree after Christmas, have you...

His Invitation, Our Response

"Let's get away, just the two of us." "Great! Where are we going?" "We are going to get away from it all. No TV. No computer. It will be just the two of us." "I can hardly wait to spend the time together! But where are we going?" "It's very remote. No internet. No cell phone." "It sounds wonderful! But where are we going?" "We are going to the desert." "Are you crazy?"

Celebrating Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys — January 12

Caring Person Feast Day: January 12