FROM OUR EDITORS—February 24, 2019 – 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Author: Erika De Urquidi ~ February 18, 2019

This Sunday’s First Reading tells the story of King Saul taking 3,000 men to find and kill David, his worst enemy. David walked into Saul’s camp in the middle of the night and found the ruler soundly asleep. He had the opportunity to kill him right there, but he didn’t. David spared the life of the man who was trying to end his, for he trusted [...]

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SUNDAY’S GOSPEL– July 9, 2017

Author: Alice Camille ~ July 5, 2017
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“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:25–30 Summer for many is a lazier time of the year. The longer hours of daylight give us license to cram a little more fun into each day. Yet trouble never takes a vacation, and burdens that weigh […]

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Start Humming Along

Author: Nicholle Check ~ June 26, 2017
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Get ready for fall by learning the words for all of the tunes on the new Pflaum Gospel Weeklies CD sets. Whether you need to brush up on well-loved favorites or you want to get a jump on the new tracks from Catholic composer John Burland, you will find all of the lyrics for Seeds, […]

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Boost Your Summer Saint IQ

Author: Nicholle Check ~ June 26, 2017
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Which saint helps you find things? Which one could be called the very first Christian? Which did Jesus call his friend? Saints provide your students with real-life examples of how Jesus wants them to live—with courage and conviction, loyalty and love. Test your Saint IQ with the Some Spring and Summer Saints printable.   Image […]

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SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – July 2, 2017

Author: Alice Camille ~ June 22, 2017

“Whoever receives the righteous person will receive a righteous reward.” Matthew 10:37–42 The idea is remarkable. Welcome a prophet, and you share in the prophet’s destiny. Assist a good person, and you’ll receive the same credit for the ensuing good deeds. We don’t have to be prophets ourselves, or humanitarians, or missionaries, or environmentalists, or […]

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Boost Your Summer Playlist

Author: Nicholle Check ~ June 19, 2017
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Pflaum recently recorded new music collections with well-known Catholic composer John Burland. The 2-CD sets available for Seeds, Promise/Good News, and Venture/Visions feature both new and well-loved songs that follow the Liturgical Year. Listen to sample tracks, and download virtual albums or individual songs. The CDs are also available for purchase on the Pflaum website. […]

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Celebrate Love—Human and Divine

Author: Nicholle Check ~ June 19, 2017
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This Friday, June 23, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. We celebrate that Jesus’ heart is human so he loves us with a human love, which we can appreciate. His divine love, of course, exceeds anything we could ever hope to understand. Help your children understand and appreciate this […]

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SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – June 25, 2017

Author: Alice Camille ~ June 19, 2017
SUNDAY’S GOSPEL – June 25, 2017

“What I say to you in the darkness, speak in the light.” Matthew 10:26–33 Consider the thick darkness surrounding the generation of Jesus. It was an era of empire and oppression, political ambition and treachery, masters and slaves, haves and have-nots. It was a time of schemers and takers and polished deceivers who worked hard […]

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