Teacher-Catechist Resources

Planning for RCIA: Tips and Advice for a Successful Program

Planning for RCIA: Tips and Advice for a Successful Program
These booklets can help coordinators, DREs, and parish staff stay organized and on top of their many responsibilities, from communicating with parents and team members to managing catechetical sessions, to planning the big day—the liturgical celebration itself.
 

Love Thy Neighbor - Adult Prayer Card

Love Thy Neighbor - Adult Prayer Card

This pocket-sized prayer card features an image of the Good Samaritan and encouraging words from Luke 10:27 on the front. A "Prayer for My Neighbor" is printed on the back, a handy reminder that we are all family, children of our heavenly Father, who asks us to love and care for one another.

 

The New Directory for Catechesis

The New Directory for Catechesis

Catechetical expert, Deacon Matthew Halbach presents a user-friendly overview of the Catholic Church’s new Directory for Catechesis with this easy-to-read guide that makes the Directory accessible, relevant and meaningful to those involved in catechetical ministry.

 

How to Talk to Children About Divorce

How to Talk to Children About Divorce
Andrea K. Spoor offers a compassionate and honest guide to talking with children about divorce
 

Evangelizing the Parking Lot Parent

Evangelizing the Parking Lot Parent

A Catechist’s Guide to "Casual-Catechesis" for Families.

 

Planning for the Catechumenate for Children: Tips and Advice for a Successful Program

Planning for the Catechumenate for Children: Tips and Advice for a Successful Program

These booklets can help coordinators, DREs, and parish staff stay organized and on top of their many responsibilities, from communicating with parents and team members to managing catechetical sessions, to planning the big day—the liturgical celebration itself.

 

Year of St Joseph Stickers

Year of St Joseph Stickers
Pope Francis has pronounced 2021 to be the Year of St. Joseph and the Year of the Family.
 

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.
 

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.
 

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.

 

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.

 

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.