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Author: Nicholle Check

The task of planning and presenting a lesson can be daunting for any new catechist. Teaching the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies, however, comes together in three easy-to-use components—the student lessons, student […]
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The editors of the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies write lessons to be age-appropriate and to anticipate the many situations in which you may teach your students. But in many parishes and […]
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Take a comprehensive look at the entire 2020–2021 Pflaum Gospel Weeklies year. The editors have compiled Scope and Sequence charts for all levels in both Spanish and English. The charts […]
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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 […]
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Pflaum Gospel Weeklies lessons for the 2020–2021 year begin on Sunday, September 20. If your classes begin before then, take advantage of the three online Early Start lessons available for […]
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Ordinary Time is the period in the Church Year during which Catholics immerse themselves in the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ. It falls in two parts on the liturgical […]
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Pentecost is widely considered the birthday of the Christian Church. It commemorates when the disciples were commissioned by the Holy Spirit and then dispersed to the far reaches of the […]
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Help Visions students increase their familiarity with the different Gospel writers. Famous Words from the Gospels challenges students to identify familiar quotes from Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Let students […]
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To children, Lent could seem as though it’s mostly for adults. Let children know that through prayer and good works, they too can participate in this important season in the […]
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