The light of faith is unique, since it is capable of illuminating every aspect of human existence. A light this powerful cannot come from ourselves but from a more primordial source: in a word, it must come from God.”

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“Evangelization is the way in which we show others why and how to trust in God.” – Jared Dees

Resources for Teachers and Catechists:

The Religion Teacher catholic-lesson-plans
Institute for Catholic Culture
Real + True
Goodlove Community
Catholic Kid
Cardinal Newman Society
Catechism Angel
Magis Center
Sophia TOB
Holy Heroes
Catechist Magazine
Catholic School Playbook
National Community of Catechetical Leaders
Catholic Mom
Theology of the Body Parent School
Sophia Teacher
Look to Him and be Radiant

Keep the Faith! Share the Faith!

School Children

A book by one of our teachers!


Seeds of Faith Reflection

sower of seeds

Design by Andy Wagoner


There is a plethora of high quality, FREE, Catholic content available on the web. We thought it might be helpful to assemble and recommend some of those resources for you.

  • Jimmy Akin’s Mysterious World
  • Pint’s with Aquinas Podcast
  • Catholic Stuff You Should Know Podcast
  • Thomistic Institute Podcast
  • Institute of Catholic Culture Podcast
  • Classical Theism Podcast
  • Catholic Answers Focus
  • Catholic Answers Live
  • Word on Fire Show

Prayer Table Activity

Prayer Table

Prior to class: Place a variety of objects on the “Prayer Table” related to that evening’s vocabulary/concepts/lesson. Ask the students to name something that they see on the table and reinforce what they know about it. Try to relate it to the topic of the evening.

Activity: At the beginning of each class, gather students around the Prayer Table.  Ask each student to state a petition, intercession, thanksgiving, praise for the week. This helps children hear the prayers of their peers, and to recognize that they are not alone. End by praying a traditional prayer, such as a Hail Mary and/or Our Father.

“This Prayer Table activity seemed to bring the class together, reinforce what they already knew and shared, and encourage them to learn more about our Catholic Faith. The best piece of advice regarding prayer … Prayer is portable! You can pray anytime, anywhere, alone or with others.” – Loretta Macaluso, Catechist in the Diocese of Covington

Trust in God and never forget that “all things work together for good for those who love God” (Rom 8:28). If there is anything the Office of Catechesis and Evangelization can do to assist you, do not hesitate to contact us by e-mailing [email protected] or calling (859) 392-1500.