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Author: Nicholle Check

It may seem early to the average person, but for program directors and catechists, Advent is right around the corner! Pflaum offers a free Advent event plan in both English and Spanish as part […]
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Over the catechetical year, the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies present the Ten Commandments in age-appropriate activities related to the Sunday readings. Visions students already know God’s laws, but Keeping the Ten Commandments Every Day […]
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The Pflaum Gospel Weeklies are based on the Sunday readings and apply the Gospel to the children’s lived experiences. This year, following the Liturgical Calendar, the children begin with Gospels from the […]
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One school activity that is universally popular with students is a field trip. A tour of your parish church is fun and educational and can serve as a reset for […]
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Saint Jerome is proof that saints aren’t perfect. In fact, Saint Jerome was known as crabby, irritable, and sarcastic. Yet he still made it to sainthood—of course, by asking for […]
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As your class time winds down, you may find yourself with more minutes than activities left in your lesson plan. Maybe the children breezed through an activity more quickly than […]
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It’s among the first things parents ask when their children return from class: What did you learn today? Children who can remember and express what they’ve learned are far more […]
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Pflaum offers three online Early Start Lessons for programs that begin before regular lessons start on Sunday, September 18. Lessons are available for Seeds (English, Spanish), Promise (English, Spanish), Good […]
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Catechists and teachers are getting geared up to start a new catechetical year. Give veterans and first-timers the tools they need to help them have a successful year. Resource manuals […]
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Every week, the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies lessons begin and end with prayers of the Church, prayers of the season, or spontaneous petitions and prayers of thanksgiving, so it’s fitting that catechists and […]
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