Prepare for your mission each week with this easy-to-use organizational tool and reference guide for catechists and religion teachers. Your 2019-2020 Planner Handbook will celebrate “Sacraments: The Faith Celebrated”.
New for 2019-2020
A Liturgical Calendar for Classroom and Home
This popular calendar, a tradition every fall in Catechist magazine, provides a beautiful and effective overview of the liturgical year for teachers, parents, and children.
New for 2019-2020
This practical book is a treasure trove of easy, meaningful, and enjoyable ways to introduce children to each part of the Mass and show them how the Mass connects with daily life.
With craft projects, service ideas, games, small group sessions, prayers, ideas for exploring Scripture, and more. Organized by season.
Pope Francis inspires young people to go out and change the world. This brief, empowering booklet can help them take that important first step by following Mary’s example of saying “yes” to God’s plan.
Over 150 Creative Catechetical Ideas to Add Variety to Your Lessons
Includes ideas from taking attendance and to the opening prayer to keeping the children fully involved and engaged
Filled with excellent tips and wonderful reflections, this book will help the catechist of any and every level re-engage and re-energize their spirituality so that sharing the Good News will be fulfilling and life-changing for catechist and student alike.
Geared to junior high and high school students, this book of prayer services follows the liturgical year with beautifully crafted prayers that will resonate with young people and help give them a deep experience of the faith we share.
We are all called by our baptism to evangelize—to share the faith with others. But what exactly does that mean? Ringing doorbells and handing out tracts? Buttonholing people at the airport, supermarket, or work to talk about Jesus?
This practical resource for catechists and teachers is filled with 30 hands-on activities that can turn ordinary lessons into meaningful rituals. Guaranteed to make the faith come alive for those you teach.