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Session 1 - Playlist Menu
Who/What Is God?
Who Is Jesus?
Who/What Is the Holy Spirit.
The Many Names of Mary
The Rosary Connection
Mother of God?
What's Our Story?
Where Did It Come From
Who Wrote It?
Why Should I Read It?
Why A Church?
What Is Its Mission?
Who Is The Church?
One God, the supreme being, is introduced.
Create a booklet of drawings around the images you chose from bible descriptions
There are nagging questions we've all asked: Does God exist? Why does he allow humans to suffer? Includes discussion prompts.
Who is the Holy Spirit and why should you care? Also includes description of the Trinity. from Dynamic Catholic
God's creatures draw upon images and symbols, concepts and narratives--all to know their Creator better.
Bible references to the Coming of, the Role of, and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Fr. Mike Schmitz provides a simple description behind the prayer and its physical representation.
Science is falsely accused of proving God does not exist. Everywhere we look closely at science, it favors fine-tuning which indicates – God.
God is a term that's thrown around a lot, but what do Catholics really mean when they say God?
The mystery of God’s self-revelation of his name at the burning bush.
The genealogy of Jesus Christ as found in the first 16 verses of Matthew,
There are so many different images of Jesus, but what was he really like?
An article for Parents
Dot to dot worksheet to learn the Sign of the Cross
Is there really a God? How do we know that God exists?
Jesus was completely human, but ALSO completely God! Crossroads Kids Club
Examine 3 images of God and compares it to who God has revealed Himself to be.
A visual representation to be used for discussion.
Do you know who God is? EWTN
A worksheet for students to list the places they go to pray to God, listen to God, talk to God, and wait for God.
If there is a God, and God can do anything, then why doesn't He just show Himself?
Make this fun snowman craft to demonstrate how three persons can be one
Ms. Rebecca Reads the story written by Diane Stortz.
Teen & Adult
The great Creation debate continues between believers and non-believers, scholars and theologians.
Bishop Barron talks about creation and what it means for all of us
What are the chances of life on earth to have just ‘happened?’ Short video produced in old-fashioned TV style.
Former director of the Vatican Observatory, talks about evolution with regards to scientific theories and religious interpretations of the origin of the world.
PK - Gr 1
A song about the creation with Motions for children.
Your life is a story. And it’s caught up in the great story of humanity.
Science and faith are NOT at war, but instead complement each other
PK- Gr 1
Video of Children singing "God Made Me"
Fun for All
Choose from 37 creation crafts and activities to help children learn about the seven days of creation.
When a man loves, his heart overflows. He would like to share his joy with others. He gets this from his Creator.
Is it possible for good Catholics to believe in evolutionary theories without contradicting certain teachings of faith
Find hidden items in drawing
Families are the domestic Church, where Jesus grows.
Quick video (based on book of Acts) how the people that are church love.
The church is so much more than a building. Learn how we, the people, are the church.
Teens & Adult
The Church isn’t perfect. But for 2000 years, it has been a tremendous source of Good in the world.
This video invites parents to reflect on being the church in the world and what that might look like within their family.
Teens + /
Two short trivia quizzes (teens and up/children) with answers for those that learn best when challenged.
“What’s the point?” That was the question I found myself asking during Mass one Sunday...
What happened at Pentecost? Why is it called the Church's birthday?
We uniquely encounter the love of God in His Church. But really? The Church?
Link to church craft with downloadable template & instructions
The 4 Marks of the Church are qualities that Jesus Christ shares with his Church
As human beings, we need a familiar thread to bring us together to advocate and support each other.
What is the Church? Jesus said to Peter, “You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my Church.” Is it a building? Is it an institution?
What then does it mean to be Catholic? It means first being a Christian. It also means realizing that it takes time to grow into that identity,
Short, concise answers to questions about who Mary is, and why it is important to know her.
A beautiful animation where Pope Francis explains why we need to take care and cultivate our relationship with the Virgin Mary
Stories from Mary’s life that offer children the opportunity to learn from her / with coloring pages.
from Loyola Press
Collection of printable Mary themed coloring pages.
Fill-in the blank worksheet for "Hail Mary" prayer
A short introduction on the structure of the Rosary and how to pray using it.
w/ Fr. Matthew Cashmore
Catholics have many ways of addressing Jesus' Mother
The significance of this enduring image and what it symbolizes to Mexico's indigenous peoples.
Word search puzzle.
Learn about the history and tradition of the Rosary. Busted Halo Video
Ways to honor Mary with crafts and activities for Catholic kids.
from Catholic Icing
Huge collection of resources from University of Dayton
Unscramble each of the clue words.
Copy the letters into matching numbered cells to reveal the message.
Ever wonder about Catholics’ relationship with the Virgin Mary? Do they worship her or just pray to her?
This is a humorous presentation about how the Biblical canon was determined.
A look at the most essential principles taught by the Catholic Church for reading and interpreting Scripture.
Explore a few facts that will give you some knowledge and confidence when it comes to understanding your Bible.
Introduction to Catholic Children's Bible. Not a bible story book - it's the bible with learning lessons.
Listed by Bible story, and divided into Old Testament Bible crafts and New Testament bible crafts.
With all the writings floating around the ancient world, who decided which were sacred enough to be scripture?
Review of Bibles geared toward children of different ages, from toddlers through college students.
Tiahna shows you how to look up a verse with The Catholic Youth Bible
From United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Five solid ideas in five minutes, all geared toward helping you understand and enjoy Scripture a little bit more.
There are numerous Bible translations so which one should you have?
Science clearly shows evidence of dinosaurs, but they’re never mentioned in the Bible. What gives?
The Bible is no ordinary book. It's all about God, and how much he loves us.
People ask if everything Catholics believe is found in the Bible. The answer? Both “yes” and “no.”
The Bible can seem confusing at first, but it's really pretty easy, once you know the trick.
Fr. Mike Schmitz offers several reasons to pick up your Bible again, see it with new eyes.
Large collection of animated Bible stories.
Podcast with accompanying article. Scroll to bottom of page for podcast play button.