Catholic Faith Education Newsletter - Lent 2012


Lent 2012 - Volume 5, Number 2

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Resources Featured on the Catholic Faith Education Blog


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Technology and Religious Education

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Daily Bible Poste printable poster.

Resources for Feast Days and Special Days

Resources for feast days:




Resources on the Sunday and Daily Readings

Articles, Commentaries, Homilies, Clipart, Coloring pages, Puzzles, Children's Stories for the upcoming Sunday Gospel readings:

For more articles, commentaries, homilies, clipart, coloring pages, puzzles, children's stories for Sunday Gospel readings consult the following pages: Sunday Readings: Matthew - Sunday Readings Mark - Sunday Readings Luke - Sunday Readings: John

Other Useful Resources: Prepare for Mass Blog - Lector's Notes - Lector Works

Daily Mass Readings:

March - April - May - June

Daily Gospel

Contemplating Today's Gospel

Liturgical Calendar 2012
free printable monthly calendars

october 2011

november 2011

The Common English Bible - Lenten Readings

View more presentations from Common English Bible


Blog World Resources

blog iconThe Religion Teacher

blog icon Liturgy and Catechesis Shall Kiss

blog iconThe Catholic Toolbox

blog icon Catechesis in the Third Millenium

blog iconJonathan F. Sullivan

blog iconEngaging Faith


Articles Online

Articles for CATECHIST Magazine - February 2012

  • How can our class fast together during Lent? How is having students pray at home as part of a lesson on prayer a good idea, a bad idea?

Articles from various sources

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