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Author: Joan McKamey

In times of challenge, looking to saintly models of faithfulness can inspire us. Every saint in Heaven faced life’s challenges with faith. During their earthly lives, they placed their trust […]
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One of the best-known and well-loved saints is Saint Francis of Assisi. He is the patron saint of animals, archaeologists, ecology, Italy, merchants, messengers, and metal workers. His feast day […]
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Para la versión en español, haga clic aquí. October is Respect Life Month. This is a yearly reminder to help Catholics understand, value, and become engaged in building a culture […]
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For the English version, click here. Octubre es el Mes del Respeto a la Vida. Este es un recordatorio anual para ayudar a los católicos a comprender, valorar y participar […]
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Use some of our seasonal resources about autumn—from fall color to riddles to saints—to grow in faith knowledge and appreciation for this season of the year: Promise: “Solve These Autumn […]
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We’ve likely all been told—and possibly said on occasion—that patience is a virtue. But just what is a virtue? I like the simple definition in the Catechism handbook for Good […]
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Para la versión en español, haga clic aquí. Hospitality is a virtue that catechists and teachers naturally exhibit at the beginning of a school or program year. Welcoming the children, […]
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For the English version, click here. La hospitalidad es una virtud que los catequistas y maestros exhiben de manera natural al inicio del año escolar o de su programa de […]
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A recent Pew Research Center survey found that only one-third of U.S. Catholics believe that the Eucharist is truly the Body and Blood of Christ. The Gospel Weeklies naturally link […]
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Seeds and Promise (and some Good News) catechists and teachers may wish to enhance their class sessions with our new Miss Heidi’s Gospel Reflection and Saint in the Spotlight video features. Along with each […]
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