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Author: Nicholle Check

Saints lived extraordinary, ordinary lives. While they accomplished great things on Earth, most of them also had regular day jobs. They were barbers, accountants, fishermen, doctors. Catholic social teaching emphasizes […]
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The Gospel at Home is a free resource from Pflaum that helps you share the Sunday Gospel message with your families. You can link families to a weekly English or […]
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Every fall, teachers and catechists must determine what their children already know well and what they may need to learn. Depending on the age of your children, they may need […]
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The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a celebration of a life lived wholly without sin. Mary also experienced many hard times throughout her life on Earth. This Bible […]
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Today marks a great celebration in the Church – the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Use this free printable to trace the history of the Church’s teaching about Mary’s […]
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As you plan your back-to-school catechist formation and first-day student gatherings, use these back-to-school prayers—the “Hands” prayer for younger students, a blessing for middle-schoolers, and the “Sharing Your Light” prayer […]
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Which saint slept in a wine cask to prevent the chance of spreading the plague? Can you name the saint who was kidnapped by pirates? Who was Saint Jerome’s unlikely […]
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Many teachers and catechists are busy preparing for students’ return this month. No matter when your faith formation instruction begins, Pflaum Gospel Weeklies provides three Early Start lessons for Seeds, […]
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How well do you know the saints the Church celebrates in the fall? Which saint is known for helping people who are poor, sick, or abandoned? Which one reformed the […]
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When classes begin this fall, you will need to assess basic Catholic knowledge, including prayers, practice, and vocabulary. The Pflaum Gospel Weeklies offers free activity sheets and Catholic Resource pages […]
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