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Sunday, February 17, 2019

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: Padre Pio—Sept. 23

Feast Day: September 23

Celebrating Saint…John Neumann

Served Others Feast day: January 5

Respect Life Like Saint Francis

LISA A. COVINGTON Here is an activity to use to teach your students how to treat all of God's creation with respect. Scripture Reading Genesis 1:20-28 Prayer  Through the...

Meet the Saints

A Family Together - October 2010

Living the Liturgical Year: Feast of St. John Bosco, January 31

Want to Be a Saint? St. John Bosco says it’s easy! CONNIE CLARK What do you think of a saint who juggles, walks on a tightrope, and...

Celebrating Saints—Caterina Volpicelli—December 28

PATRICIA MATHSON Caterina lived in Italy with her family. As a teen she enjoyed going to plays and dances with friends. When Caterina was 15...

Diving Deep: The Legacy Behind Your Parish

BY DANIEL THOMAS      The idea of helping your students learn about their parish is an outstanding one. It involves something that they have...

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.

CATECHIST INDEPTH Catechesis and the Domestic Church

The Saints Alive in the Domestic Church