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Thursday, April 9, 2020

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...

Children’s Liturgy of the WORD for PALM SUNDAY

Thanks to Debbie Frey from Mary Mother of God Parish, Oakville, Ontario, for sharing Children’s Liturgy of the Word with us this week. Feel...

Sign up for free Bayard Faith Resources for Palm Sunday thru Easter Sunday

As many experience the celebration of Holy Week and Easter at home this season, we invite you and your family to receive complimentary resources from some of...

Family Meditations for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Vigil

By Deanna Bartalini Editor's Note: A free downloadable printable of these meditations are available by clicking this link: Triduum Meditations for Families. Catechist 2020 The three days of...

Hosanna to the King of Kings! — Coloring Sheet for Palm Sunday

Here's a fun activity for children as the Church celebrates Palm Sunday. Click on this link to download a printable coloring sheet: Coloring Sheet (CFK) This is...

Keeping the Faith Incarnational (even under quarantine)

JONATHAN F. SULLIVAN For us men and for our salvation he came down from heaven, and by the Holy Spirit was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became...

Helpful Q&A about Mass, Confession, and the Gift of Grace during #COVID-19

A very helpful video for Catholics who are suffering from being away from the sacraments during the restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fr....

Easter Without the Exsultet (Or what I’m going to miss this year)

COLLEEN R. VERMEULEN “Stay Home. Stay Safe. Save Lives. This order takes effect on March 24, 2020 at 12:01 am, and continues through April 13,...

Keeping the Triduum Alive at Home

DARIA SOCKEY The loss of Sunday mass in our parishes has left feeling bereft. We’re scrambling to find live-streamed mass and other ways to...

Sharing Faith with Kids Home from College

CONNIE CLARK Picking up my son from college a few weeks ago, I joined other parents hurriedly jamming comforters, laundry baskets, and tote bags full...