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'Lord, Send Us Your Spirit!'

Renew the face of the earth

Amen! I believe

"Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed."

Approaching Easter with Joy

And walking with Jesus along the way

Coming with Sparkling Hearts

'Create in me a clean heart, O God'

Letting God Do His Work

"See, I am making all things new." (Revelation 21:5)

How can we give of ourselves this Christmas?

For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son (Jn 3:16)

Give Thanks to the Lord

For He is Good - November 2015

The Holy Rosary

Meditating on the life, ministry, and passion of Jesus - October 2015

Keeping God at the Center

Ideas and inspiration for faith-filled classrooms - September 2015

An Appointment with Jesus

Spending time before the Blessed Sacrament - August 2015

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

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
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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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