Children of all ages can learn more about St. Isaac Jogues by participating in activities described in the Footsteps of the American Saints program.
Christ has no body but yours. No hands, no feet on earth but yours. Yours are the eyes with which he looks with compassion on this world
Most Catholic youth are familiar with the rosary, but the Chaplet of Divine Mercy is less well known. The Chaplet is a devotion which reminds us that God is merciful and that we too must show mercy.
The traditional guardian angel prayer is something we teach young children, but it is a wonderful prayer for Christians of all ages. Praying it connects us with our guardian angel who is always with us, watching over us.
St. Michael the Archangel is a warrior who fights evil. He is a protector. Children can understand St. Michael as a spiritual superhero whose nemesis is Satan.
Today’s activity from STL Catholic Youth is a printable puzzle of the Ten Commandments. A key is also provided, in case you are not an expert in cryptography. 🙂
This simple Ten Commandments activity will help children who already have some knowledge of the Ten Commandments learn how to order them correctly.
Mary, the First Disciple is the official religious recognition program of the Roman Catholic Church for girls in 7th through 10th grades who are enrolled in the Girl Scouts, Camp Fire, and other Catholic youth organizations. Through this program, participants…
Sometimes we can teach our children through the ordinary. We can help kids learn about St. Peter Claver on his feast day by checking the family first aid kit. Your kids might say “What does a first aid kit have…
Anslem’s Prayer is a good prayer to say before reading scripture. It would also work well will a discussion of discernment or discipleship.