A Costa Rican priest says he has been suspended, removed from his parish, and sent to psychological treatment by his bishop who is angry with him for celebrating the reformed liturgy in Latin and ad […]
The Catholic Kids Bulletin worksheets match up to the weekly Mass readings in the Catholic Church. There are coloring pages that match the weekly Gospel reading. In addition, there are activities throughout the month, along with Psalm copy work and a word search. The top of each bulletin outlines the liturgy so kids can follow along during Mass and learn the order and structure of the Mass. Each week, I highlight a Catholic Saint, this month it includes Saint Clare and Saint Rose of Lima! These help students focus at Mass, or as a pre-teaching activity to help prepare your students for the Sunday Mass.
September Catholic Kids Bulletin
Septiembre Boletín para Niños Católicos
Parishioners attend Sunday Mass at St. Augustine Catholic Church on August 15, 2021 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parishioners wore face coverings during Mass inside the historic church which is recognized as the oldest Black Catholic parish in the country. Hospitalizations in the state for COVID-19 passed another record August 13th to 2,907 patients, the last date for which data is available.
First, some good news.
Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke seems to be doing a bit better.
The American cardinal, 73, who is a native of Wisconsin, is reportedly breathing more easily than in recent days and is about to be transferred out of the intensive care unit at the hospital where he has been staying, the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. (link)
Raymond Cardinal Burke in Rome, Oct. 14, 2019. / Daniel Ibanez/CNA
Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Aug 20, 2021 / 17:22 pm (CNA).
We at Catholic World Report, along with the Ignatius Press family, are deeply saddened to learn of the death this morning of Will Pemberton. Will, who is the son-in-law of author and artist Michael O’Brien, […]
When we harbour anger, we are slaves to resentment and unforgiveness. Resentment robs us of peace and peace is the foundation of the spiritual life.
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