Teacher-Catechist Resources

Let Us Go Forth

Let Us Go Forth

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.

 

Weekday Liturgies for Children

Weekday Liturgies for Children

Enriching Faith Series

Perfect for catechist, religion teachers, DRE’s and parents who want to enrich their family participation in the liturgy.

*Reproducible/activity books are not returnable.

 

Teaching Kids to Respect Others

Teaching Kids to Respect Others

The epidemic of bullying and disrespecting others fills the news each day. In this excellent and important book, Kevin Dowd offers catechists and parents practical and prayerful ways to help our children learn about and deal with issues of respect, bullying, and prejudice.

 

Fun Prayer Activities for Summer

Fun Prayer Activities for Summer

This newest in our series of activity booklets can help parents fell good about giving their children activities to feed their faith. Puzzles, games, and activities for ages 6-11 teach about general prayers of praise, thanksgiving , and sorrow for sins, plus specific devotions like pilgrimages and novenas.

 

How to Talk to Children About Prayer

How to Talk to Children About Prayer

This helpful booklet—covering topics like “What is prayer?” “Why do I pray?” “Where do we pray?” “What do we pray for?”

 

How to Talk to Children about Jesus

How to Talk to Children about Jesus
Janet Schaeffler offers great suggestions for talking to your children about Jesus’ life and times.
 

How to Talk to Children about God

How to Talk to Children about God

Allie Johnston offers great suggestions for talking to children about God—God’s goodness, God as Creator, how we understand the Blessed Trinity, God the storyteller, God the listener, the God who forgives, and the Good Shepherd.

 

How to Talk to Children About People with Disabilities

How to Talk to Children About People with Disabilities
This booklet guides parents and catechists to help children learn how the words we use, the looks we give, the food, clothing, and shelter we share are all important in reaching out to others...
 

How to Talk to Children About Death

How to Talk to Children About Death
Carole Eipers offers a compassionate and honest guide to talking with children about death, loss, and grief.
 

Who me, Evangelize?

Who me, Evangelize?

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?

 

How to Talk to Children about Making Good Choices

How to Talk to Children about Making Good Choices
Connie Clark offers great suggestions for talking to your children about telling the truth, accepting responsibility, fairness and sharing, understanding rules, keeping promises, asking forgiveness, respecting differences, caring for creation, and why right thinking is important.
 

Family Liturgical Pack

Family Liturgical Pack

This helpful collection provides you with a Sunday Missal, a Sunday Missal for Young Catholics (ages 6-11), and a liturgical classroom calendar to hang in a classroom, on a bulletin board, or other place in your home.