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Find a “Little Way” every day with Living Faith Kids!

“I rejoice that I am little,” St. Thérèse of Lisieux once observed. “Because children and those who resemble them will be admitted to the...

Catechists Online

There are many catechists writing in the digital world. Here are a few of our favorites. Most have graced the pages of Catechist magazine,...

#Scripture in Your Pocket

Bible apps and Instagram accounts to bring the Word of God to your device SR. BRITTANY HARRISON, FMA Although I have many goals for my spiritual...

Church Teaching on Love, Human Sexuality, and Theology of the Body (resource list)

There are solid resources for these topics. Here are few we recommend: The Chastity Project USCCB's overview and links on Theology of the Body Theology of the...

Catholic Central presents “The Rosary” (6-min. video)

A fun, informative, history of the Rosary -- and more! Great for middleschoolers, teens, and adults.

Creating Eye-Catching Communications

BY DEANNA BARTALINI Our world has become ever increasingly visual. While the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” has been around a long...

A hymn to Mary, in the wake of Notre Dame’s fire

Just push play and pray along. Suitable for all ages. Thank you to great film-making team at Spirit Juice Studios! Banner image credit: mattabbe / iStock 183305123

Technology Tools for Discipleship in Your Faith-based Classroom

BY RUTH MANLANDRO The students who arrive in your faith-based classroom are using computers, phones, and tablets to create a variety of media. It is...

One Sister’s Vocation Story: From the Daughters of St. Paul

A beautiful story from the Daughters of St. Paul. Share this with middle-schoolers, teens, and adults. Learn more here. Image credit: Daughters of St. Paul

Lenten Links: Stations of the Cross, Palm Sunday puppet skit, Easter clip art.

FROM THE DOMESTIC CHURCH Lead the Stations of the Cross for children. For a Stations service that is traditional and reverent yet to adapted children’s...