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Author: Nicholle Check

When Saint Ambrose became bishop of Milan, he had some catching up to do. In fact, at the time, Ambrose was not yet a priest, nor was he even baptized […]
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It may seem early to the average person, but for program directors and teachers, Advent is right around the corner! Pflaum offers a free Advent event plan in both English […]
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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 […]
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The Pflaum Gospel Weeklies are based on the Sunday readings and apply the Gospel to children’s lived experiences. This year, following the Liturgical Calendar, the children will begin studying the […]
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Though parents are their first teachers, children learn their Catholic faith from many people—from catechists to clergy. Who Teaches Me About Jesus? will help Good News children (grades 2–3) identify […]
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In the Gospel for October 13, the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Luke 17:11–19), Jesus heals ten lepers, but only one returns to thank him. This is a lesson in […]
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Saints provide excellent models of service and faith to children. It’s never too early to introduce the children to saints, any one of whom may become a lifelong inspiration. Play […]
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The inspiring anthem “We Sing for Freedom” focuses on the worldwide issues of human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Based on Galatians 5:1—“It is for freedom that Christ has set us […]
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The Church honors Saint Francis of Assisi on October 4. Pope Francis took his papal name after Saint Francis; the name recalls the saint’s commitment to the poor as well […]
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Saint Jerome is proof that saints aren’t perfect. In fact, Saint Jerome was known as crabby, irritable, and sarcastic, and yet he still made it to sainthood—of course, by asking […]
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