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Celebrating the Talents of our Youth: Come see our Art Show at the Panorama Room


Proverbs 22:6

-Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.

The above scripture is the reason why we parents do what we do. Just as your biological parents tell you that they love you, so does God.  We all want what is best for our young people .... to give them the best upbringing possible. ..... young people, know that you are loved!

Below are a few tools, resources, and links that you might find interesting ... Enjoy!

Catholic Youth Trivia
http://catholicismpure.wordpress.com/2011/03/20/child-saints-as-role-models-for-children/

Did you know that there were child saints? Yes! St. Tarcisius of the Holy Eucharist, a twelve year old acolyte. St. Dominic Savio, a fourteen year old devout catholic and orator. The Little Shepards of Fatima. Read their stories here and take a look below:



Catholic Homily of the Week Materials
http://www.sermons4kids.com

Like the crossword puzzles, games, and coloring materials in the weekly bulletins that you get at Mass? This is an online version that corresponds with the Sunday Teachings.  We encourage you to go over this page with your parents ... hey, maybe they might join in the fun! :) If you want to color online, you can do so by clicking here .... Enjoy!

Animated Series - Catholic Heroes of the Faith and EWTN Kids
catholicheroesofthefaith.com

Besides learning about the Saints of the Catholic faith in Sunday School, you can even learn by watching cartoons! There are lots of promotional videos on Youtube , or your parents may buy you the full DVDs ... See the video below:


EWTN (the Catholic television station) even has an animated series at EWTN Kids. As always, you should watch these with your parents and ask them if you have any questions about the faith ... Take a look!


Daily Word
http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/

Whatever you do, stay close to God through His Daily Word. The Catholic Church makes it easy - 1st Reading, 2nd Reading (on special days like Sunday and other Holy Days of Obligation), and Gospel .... Here's a link to be encouraged daily.


Catholic Teen Fiction
http://www.johnpaul2high.com

With all the digital media out there, there really is no substitue for a good book (especially the Bible) ... Regina Doman is a Catholic author, who has written a very popular series of books from a Catholic perspective .. Based on the lives of five teenagers in a Catholic High School, these books get rave reviews from parents and educators alike ... as always, consult your parents if you have any questions on the Catholic faith ... Let us know what you think!

There are many other resources available to you in the church. Ask your Religious Education Coordinator for more information.


It's your forum. We want to support you as we all grow in the faith. Let us know if you have any suggestions.

Pax vobis -Peace in Christ !


Youth (under 18)