Teaching Catholic Kids

Teaching Catholic Kids is a valuable tool for parents, teachers and catechists. Free downloadable activities and teacher resources are updated each month and made available from the best of Our Sunday Visitor books, workbooks and writers. Take advantage of these great resources.

Waiting and hoping this Advent

Let's use the weeks of Advent to prepare our hearts for the coming of Our Lord

A month of gratefulness

November's Teaching Catholic Kids is full of thanksgiving -- and Thanksgiving!

A to Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

October's Teaching Catholic Kids is all about the zzz's -- prayerz

Back to ritual and routine – Hallelujah!

September's Teaching Catholic Kids focuses on routines at home during the new school year

Focusing on friendships

This school year, focus on making and keeping friends new and old!

Make Ordinary Time extraordinary

Use these summer days to deepen your faith ... and have fun!

Summer faith and fun

Family time, faith time and fun!

Celebrate Mom!

May is Mary's month -- and Mother's Day

Bunnies & Baskets: Making room for Christ this Easter

You don't have to give up the fun stuff to keep Christ at the center of your Easter ...

Lenten family Fridays

Try a new tradition this Lent

The message of Jesus is love

The infinite love of the Lord is the core of our Faith

The New Year's Huddle

Slow down, take stock of your many blessings this January

Watching and waiting

The peace of the Christmas spirit

Learning gratitude

Remembering to count our blessings at this busy time of year

Know the Rosary, know the Gospel

During October we draw closer to this most foundational Catholic prayer

Do not be afraid, I am with you

Autumn is a time of new beginnings

The most important thing

Making time for God in our lives

Carrying each other's burdens

We are the Body of Christ

'Lord, Send Us Your Spirit!'

Renew the face of the earth
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