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.
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.
Shoe Sort is a fun youth group game where people try to match shoes with their owners. It makes a great icebreaker or team building game.
This icebreaker is part name game and part Duck Duck Goose. There is a lot of handshaking and introductions going on, so this game would be a good youth group activity for a meeting with new members.
Bible Scavenger Hunt is a game for youth which gets kids up and moving and encourages them to get familiar with their Bibles
You might know that Pope Francis has promoted devotion to Mary “Our Lady Untier of Knots”. The Human Knot game is a fun activity to add into a teaching about this devotion. Since it is a cooperative game also makes…
Pope Francis’ Five Finger Prayer is a way to remember who to pray for. Download a printable PDF of this prayer aid.