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Author: Nicholle Check

On July 5, the Church in the US honors Saint Elizabeth of Portugal, the 14th-century queen consort who is remembered for her work to promote peace in her family and […]
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This week, the Church celebrates Saint Kateri Tekakwitha (July 14) and Saint Bonaventure (July 15). These prayers and reflections can help you include these two saints in a special way […]
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Fifty days is a long time in the life of a child. Remember how long the days ticked by waiting for your birthday or a special holiday? Share with the […]
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The signs of spring can help young children begin to understand some of the mysteries of the Easter season, including death and resurrection. Help Seeds children understand that the seasons are a […]
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The major events in the Church Year—the Incarnation, which we celebrate at Christmas, and the Resurrection, which we celebrate at Easter—are so important that they are not celebrated for just […]
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Saint John Paul II wrote and spoke extensively about God’s divine mercy. His devotion to divine mercy began when he was growing up in Poland during World War II. He […]
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On Holy Thursday, Catholics remember the institution of the Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper. At that sacred meal, Jesus and his friends celebrated Passover. Jesus shared the bread and […]
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Help children understand and participate in the many celebrations of the Triduum—Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. This Visions activity Triduum Days/Los días del Triduo walks through each of […]
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Saint Isidore of Seville’s feast day is April 4. Learn more about him and invite your class to do activities suggested below that relate in some way to his life. […]
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Take a minute to look at Lent through the eyes of a child. First, Lent feels long. Forty days whip by quickly for adults, but it is a long stretch […]
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