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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Living the Liturgical Year: Our Lady of Lourdes, February 11

Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us! CONNIE CLARK Do you know someone who is sick? God sent Our Lady of Lourdes to show how...

All Souls’ Day Message for Primary Grades

From: Advice from a Master Catechist  Question: What age-appropriate suggestions do you have for sharing the meaning of All Souls’ Day with my first and...

Celebrating Saint Jerome Emiliani

Father Jerome Emiliani trusted God when times were difficult. He urged others to trust God, too. He did whatever he could to help those in need.

Celebrating the Season of Hope

KATE RISTOW Waiting, especially at this time of the year, is a concept children understand. From our youngest students to even the most blasé junior...

Peeps from Sheep talks about Advent: 2 minutes of fast-paced fun and learning

Pardon the pun.... Fleece Navidad is a fast-paced instructional video for children about Advent. Peeps From Sheep - Fleece Navidad from Catholics Come Home on...

Celebrating Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys — January 12

Caring Person Feast Day: January 12

Celebrating St. Francis Xavier (Dec. 3)

Francis Xavier was born in 1506. As a young boy he lived with his family in a castle in Spain. He did well in school and enjoyed sports. As an adult, Francis shared the gospel with people in far away lands such as India and Japan. His life turned out very different from how he thought it would.

Celebrating Saint … Émilie de Villeneuve

by Patricia MathsonCLICK HERE for a pdf about St. Émilie de Villeneuve and other feast days in October. Copyright 2015, Bayard, Inc. All rights reserved....

Celebrating Saint Joseph of Cupertino

People in Cupertino, Italy, just shook their heads when Joseph was around because he had difficulty completing tasks. Much of the time he forgot what he was supposed do. He often stared off into space. Other children made fun of him. Everyone thought he was clumsy and forgetful.

Living the Liturgical Year: Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, October 7

A Victory —Thanks to Mary CONNIE CLARK You know that on feast days we celebrate saints’ birthdays and other events such as Jesus’ baptism. But have...