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.

Fishers of Men

Answering God's call to holiness - July 2015

Perfect and Boundless Love

Dedicating June to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus - June 2015

The Ascension

"I go to prepare a place for you" (John 14:3) - May 2015

Our New Life in Christ

We are disciples called to witness - April 2015

Have the ashes worn off?

What do kids see when they look at us during Lent? - March 2015

Farewell to the Alleluia

We celebrate Mardi Gras and prepare for the season of Lent - February 2015

Exploring the Holy Childhood of Jesus

Did Jesus jump rope? - January 2015

Signs and Symbols of Advent

Weeks of waiting - December 2014

Remembering and celebrating

Commemorating the dead - November 2014

Angels Among Us

Get to know your Guardian Angel - October 2014

Lift High the Cross

"For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son..." (JN 3:16) - September 2014

Getting to know the Word of God

Summer Scripture fun - August 2014

Sowing and Reaping

Growing with God this summer - July 2014

Summer Celebrations 2014

Fun collection of summer activities for each day for kids and their parents!

'A vacation for the soul'

Catholic conferences enrich lives of parents and children by strengthening their faith ...

We Celebrate Pentecost

Bring the Holy Spirit to life for kids - June 2014

Hallelujah!

I know that my redeemer lives. - May 2014

A showering of God's love

Our greatest feast - April 2014

Season of Change

The transforming power of Lent - March 2014

Love One Another

Taking Jesus’ words to heart - February 2014
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About Margaret

Margaret DeMatteo

Margaret DeMatteo is a teacher and mother of two.  She likes helping kids "connect the dots" to put together pieces of their Catholic faith and tries to keep religious education active and engaging.

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