List of Lenten resources for families to use in preparation for Easter.
From formed.org “Renowned speaker and author Fr. Michael Gaitley tells the dramatic history of God’s love and mercy as interwoven through the transformative message of St. Faustina, the miraculous appearance of Mary at Fatima, the witness of Maximilian Kolbe, and the world-changing papacy of Pope St. John Paul II. Featuring the brilliant cinematic artistry of […]
The Cat Chat Family teaches your children the most important lessons on the Catholic Faith with catchy songs, jokes
Join Brother Francis as he helps children up to 8 years old understand how to live a joy-filled Catholic life.
Faith And Life free downloadable resource produced by the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska Office of Religious Education for grades 1 – 8.
See “Bible Studies” categories on Formed.org for entire selection of topics.
The Opus Joyous Show weaves a wonderful story of spiritual adventure rich in Catholic symbolism and clear and effective explanations.
Ryan Defrates: Secret Agent is an animated action-adventure series about a young spy with a whole lot to learn!
Short 5 – 10 minute videos on a variety of topics including parenting and family life.
Mike and Alicia Hernon want you to know that all families are messy – and that’s a good thing. Check out the Messy Family Project.
Me and My House is a practical game plan for Catholic parents who are struggling with all the things that parents struggle with.
With a bright and cheerful voice and smile, Camp Director Tara Costain launched the one-of-a-kind virtual camp: “Welcome to Anchor Camp 2020!” Beside her co-director Joanna Simpson, Tara began a 5 day fun packed virtual camp experience for 48 campers and 28 staff.
Looking for some inspiration? It’s tempting, but unfortunately we can’t just sit around all summer long doing nothing. You may have said something similar to the children