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Saturday, May 28, 2022

Ten Family Ways for Quarantine Days

PATRICIA M. MCCORMACK, IHM, EDD Quarantine and stay-at-home days have made it possible for some of us, who are not battling illness, to devote time...

Free Miracle Bread

Do we accept that God can do anything? SUSIE LLOYD Jesus once fed 5,000 men with just five loaves of bread. That got their attention. The...

Children’s Liturgy of the WORD for EASTER SUNDAY

Feel free to share this video with your children or parish. Pflaum’s Children Celebrate children’s leaflet for this week is included in the video...

Go To Joseph

Devotion to St. Joseph in Times of Crisis JAMES BLANKENSHIP When all the land of Egypt became hungry and the people cried to Pharaoh for food,...

When You Dislike Family Prayer Time

COLLEEN R. VERMEULEN To be completely honest, I often don’t enjoy praying with my children. There. I said it. Now, this might sound ridiculous. I mean,...

‘Live Every Day as if It Were Your Last’

What my mom taught me holds true SUSIE LLOYD When I was a kid, Anointing of the Sick was called Extreme Unction. I pronounced it “Ex-tree...

Creating and Leading a Family Liturgy

As we continue to adjust to life under stay-at-home orders and limited access to celebrations of the sacraments, we as parents have an opportunity...

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...

Forgive and Forget

We confess because of what Jesus said. SUSIE LLOYD You know you’re a Catholic geek when you not only have a favorite sacrament, but you also...

Imitating God – As Beloved Children

COLLEEN R. VERMEULEN After we’ve put our faith in Jesus as our Lord, we share in God’s divine life. The Holy Spirit flows in us,...