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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Profile: Special Needs Catechetical Program at Holy Family Parish, Stow, Ohio

BY LAURA YEAGER Children are a gift “Special needs children are a gift to us. We have to do the best we can to help them,”...

Free online resources to use at home during Covid-19 outbreak

During the current health crisis caused by COVID-19, Bayard is providing the texts of the Sunday liturgies to you free of charge as an...

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...

Parent: “I lost it today. What can I do?”

My friend's husband had just lost his job. She herself was caring for her elderly parents. So when her son rolled his eyes at...

FOUR WAYS FAMILIES CAN HAND ON THE FAITH; Part 1: The Benefits of Discussing...

MARC CARDARONELLA You, dear parents, are indispensable. When it comes to forming the faith of your children, there is no substitute for your involvement, example, and...

Pflaum Gospel Weeklies featured on CFN

This 7-minute video offers a look how the Gospel Weeklies bring evangelization and catechesis to parish and families. It features a Q-and-A with publisher...

Pornography is one of the greatest obstacles to conversion and discipleship

By Marcel LeJeune Tacking the tough subject of pornography Porn. The mere mention of the word causes many catechists to become anxious. It is a natural reaction to...

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...

Peace in Hard Times: A lesson for families

BY SUSIE LLOYD A beautiful woman travels the world giving talks about God. She talks to an average of 2,000 people per week. Why do so...

Works of Mercy for Families to Perform Safely During the Pandemic

DEANNA BARTALINI Parents are being reminded in a very real way of the Baptismal promise they made to be the first people to pass on...