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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Activities for Exploring the Mass

The Mass calls us together as a community. We were created to give praise and glory to the God who loves us without end. We remember all that God has done for us.

Prayers to Prepare for Confession Prayer Service

Seeking the proper disposition for a good examination of conscience MARC CARDARONELLA God has a soft spot for repentant sinners. This seems contrary to how we...

Freedom of Religion explained in 90-seconds

A short, 90-second video clip from the Real Life Catholic TV series with Chris Stefanick. A very good summary on religious freedom, suitable for all...

The Letter and Spirit of the Law

The importance of the what and the why BECKY GROTH A guest on a radio program made a point that I’ve never forgotten: If all we...

You Have One Job

How to lead students to an encounter with Christ in class JARED DEES “You had one job” — a popular phrase and Internet meme that points...

Confirmation: A 6-minute video from Catholic Central

The who, what, and why of the sacrament of Confirmation, told succinctly and with humor. Suitable for all ages. From the team at Catholic Central. Image...

Catholic IQ — Doing Good, Acting Justly

DAVID O’BRIEN Here’s a 20-question quiz to review your Catholic faith and explore social doctrine. It contains sample questions such as: “Faith without works is _________”...

Begin the National Eucharistic Revival with Living With Christ

The Bishops of the Catholic Church in the United States are calling for a Eucharistic Revival across the nation.     This three-year initiative will have many...

Preparing for First Holy Communion Prayer Service

A short prayer service to conclude preparation before the big day MARC CARDARONELLA The Eucharist is the ultimate sacrament of initiation. Some might think that role...

Yes You Can—Teach About the Holy Spirit: Saul to Paul

The link between the Holy Spirit and conversion LYNN WEHNER Recently, on January 25, our liturgical calendar celebrated Paul’s dramatic conversion on the way to Damascus...