Holy Week Day-by-Day with Jesus

Holy Week Day-By-Day with Jesus

Holy Week Day-By-Day with Jesus (first page pictured above) is a simple activity to help children live Holy Week intentionally. It helps them focus on what Jesus did each day (including Holy Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, which are easier to forget about than the days of the Holy Triduum), by matching symbols and events with the proper day.…

Lent Activity: Interpreting Art

This activity has two parts: Analyzing and interpreting artwork Creating your own artwork Before beginning, talk to your children about the 40 days Jesus spent fasting and praying in the desert, and how he was tempted by the devil, or read the scripture passage directly (Mt. 4: 1-11). Then give each child the first worksheet.…

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Free Papal Activity Book!

Are you proud to be Catholic? I am! One of the unique parts of the Catholic faith is the leadership of the Holy Father. No – Catholics don’t worship the Pope, and we don’t believe that every word that comes from his mouth is objective truth. We DO believe that the Pope is infallible in…

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Christmas Bookmarks!

Is anyone looking for stocking stuffer ideas? Print, cut, fold and laminate these bookmarks, and gift and tuck one (or both!) into someone’s stocking! It’ll only take 5 minutes… make that 7 minutes if you feel inspired to add a tassel or ribbon! Click here to download. If you don’t need any more stocking stuffers,…

A Few Ideas about the Sabbath Rest…

  It’s that time of week again… Sunday is back! The “Sabbath rest” has been given a variety of meanings. For the Jews, it has always meant a rigorous abstinence from various forms of physical activities. For many Christians, it means not working their normal job on Sundays… This idea has caused some pretty intense discussions…