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Prayer & Connection in Times of Crisis

 

 

 

 

During this unusual time, our families can really be engaged with whole family catechesis in our homes. This can be a great time of deepening our faith and leading our children away from fear while developing new family faith traditions!

Holy Week Resources:
Journey to the Cross  
Scavenger hunt finding items at home for reflection on the Stations of the Cross.
Seder Supper Service  
Celebration of Passover
Three Great Days  
Family activities beginning on Holy Thursday. 

More Free Family Resources:
Teaching Catholic Kids
Order of the Mass & Explanation

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Sunday nights  @ 7,  tune in to ProjectYM Live!

 

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