Even so, the home must continue to be the place where we learn to appreciate the meaning and beauty of the faith, to pray and to serve our neighbour. ~ The Joy of Love # 287, Pope Francis
Learning the Faith
Real + True - Real+True is part of The Catechism Project, a global initiative sponsored by Our Sunday Visitor Real + True features videos in multiple languages and innovative content to present the Catechism of the Catholic Church as a living voice for the modern world. Our mission is to share the gift of the Catholic Faith through beautiful, captivating, and relevant content in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. All of the content is free, and available to people worldwide. Promo Video on YouTube.
Cross Boss TV (Cross Boss Media) ENGAGING CHILDREN TO HELP NURTURE THEIR SPIRITUAL LIVES Cross Boss Media is a production studio that creates music and short-form videos, along with an episodic series, providing children ages 7 to 12 genuinely entertaining content in a secure domain to encounter Christ, inspiring virtuous action.
Studio 3:16 (Cross Boss Media) A spirited new comedy for kids. Peace of Mind for Parents.
Catholic Mom - CatholicMom.com celebrates all things faith, family, and fun from a Catholic perspective with columnists and contributors, a book club, music from an array of talented Catholic musicians, Sunday Gospel activities for children, and a weekly Catholic Moments Podcast with interviews of special people doing extraordinary things to live out our Catholic faith and share it with others.
Faith and Family (Franciscan Media) Sunday Gospel reflections and actions - read, understand, discuss, act.
Curated Faith Formation Resources (LifelongFaith Associates) Lifelong Faith Associates offers a wealth of resources in a number of categories including family which provide parents and all adults with the benefits of their years of research and development.
Teaching Catholic Kids(Our Sunday Visitor) Families can either subscribe to the print version of this newsletter or go to the monthly online newsletter filled with faith forming activities that teach children about the Catholic faith. (Facebook page)
Catholic Feast Days (Catholic Apostolate Center) This website features profiles of saints, special devotions in the church, including those who are blessed and Marian devotions, and other important events in the liturgical calendar. This ever-growing website can serve as a reference to learn about the lives of holiness of saints throughout the whole Catholic Church.
Saint Reflections Introduce kids to positive Catholic role models. This site has an alphabetical list of saints, saints of the month and day.
Saint of the Day (Franciscan Media) Saint of the Day iPhone App provides a daily entry that is audio capable and includes a brief saint biography, commentary on the saint’s relevance to your own life, and a reflective quote from Scripture, the saint, or another spiritual writer.
Tour of a Catholic Church for Kids (YouTube) Can you name the podium where the lector stands? Do you know why the holy water fonts are located near the doors? Well, here is your chance to find out! We are about to embark on a church tour. Keep in mind that every church looks different. Your church might be bigger or smaller than this one. It may be older or made of different material. However, the important thing to remember is that whether your church looks like this or not, it is still the place where your parish assembles to worship God