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Saint of the Internet: Isidore of Seville

Saint Isidore of Seville was born in Cartagena, Spain. He had an older brother, Leander, a younger brother, Fulgentius, as well as a sister, Florentina. Leander was quite a bit […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—March 24, 2019 – 3rd Sunday of Lent

Luke 13:1–9 When people told Jesus about a group of Galileans killed by Pilate, he told the people that unless they repent, they will all likewise perish. To help them […]read more

How’s Your Lent Going?

Most catechists begin each class with a gathering prayer and welcome. During Lent, you may want to add a brief check-in period to see how the children are doing—with school, […]read more

Let’s Learn About Lent

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 […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—March 17, 2019 – 2nd Sunday of Lent

Luke 9:28b–36 Jesus journeys to a mountain with Peter, James, and John in this Sunday’s Gospel. While praying, Jesus becomes transfigured. His glory shows through as the ancient Israelite leaders […]read more

Watch Now: Gospel Weeklies Unit 4 Webinar

©             How can I make time to read the story aloud when I have only a 45-minute class? How do I pace activities for […]read more

Planning Ahead: Late Close Lessons

Lessons for the 2018–19 Pflaum Gospel Weeklies end this year on the Fourth Sunday of Easter. If your classes meet beyond May 12, you may choose to use any the […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL—March 3, 2019 – 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Luke 6:39–45 In Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus tells a parable to teach us to worry about our own actions before we criticize things other people do. When we are good, Jesus […]read more

Ash Wednesday Resources

The Church celebrates Ash Wednesday on March 6 this year. Catholics receive ashes and recommit themselves to prayer, fasting, and sharing of resources. It’s a good time to review the […]read more

A Pair of March Saints: Frances of Rome, John of God

  Things were clearly different in the 15th century. At just 11 years old, Frances of Rome announced that she was committing her life to God as a religious sister. […]read more

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