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Friday, March 1, 2024

More Than Math!

How Catechists Teach Differently Than Any Other Kind of Teacher Jared Dees When I first started out as a religious educator, I used to be envious...

Catechizing in an Age of Scandals: Tips for being prepared

PAT GOHN, and other contributors You are an important witness for Christ amidst Church scandals. As accounts unfold regarding the horrific sexual abuse of minors...

T.H.I.N.K. Before Posting, Texting, Snapping, or Viewing

A lesson plan on media mindfulness SR. NANCY USSELMANN, FSP With children as young as six years old today accessing the internet through smartphones, catechists and teachers...

Build the Church Beginning in the Home

The Second Vatican Council, the modern popes, and the U.S. Catholic bishops have emphasized a teaching on the Christian family that is both easy to overlook and difficult to put into practice.

Updates on the USCCB General Assembly meeting in Baltimore

Given the deep concern over the Church sexual abuse crises facing the Church in the United States, the eyes of many Catholics throughout our...

A Family Plan to THRIVE through Quarantine

By Sr. Patricia M. McCormack, IHM, EdD Technically, anomie is a sociological term but in general usage it means aimlessness, personal unrest, or a sense...

Praying with Children at Home — Virtual Eucharistic Adoration

SR. NANCY USSELMANN, FSP We are living in unprecedented times. If you are in a state with the “stay at home” mandate because of COVID-19,...

Music and Eucharistic Adoration

Four Areas of Preparation KATE DANELUK  Years ago, I sat on a vacation Bible school curriculum development team. How could we convict our students in their...

Magazines from Bayard

Bayard’s publications reach over a million readers each month to provide information, inspiration, and guidance. Through each one of them, we seek to uphold a single...

The Inestimable Importance of Christian Families

An urgent and compelling catechetical mission PAT GOHN I find myself thinking of Jesus' birth, for nowhere else do I see the sublime place of families...