This prayer service will help your students appreciate the beauty and importance of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Assumption into Heaven.
Struggling with the petitions at Mass? This will help you create petitions for students in all grades.
This prayer service can be used to celebrate the solemnities of the Most Holy Trinity and the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi).
This prayer service is to honor St. Joseph, husband of Mary and foster father of Jesus (celebrated on March 19) and patron of workers (celebrated on May 1).
This prayer service will help focus students on continuing the work Jesus did with the poor.
Prepare your students and yourself for Advent with this Advent prayer service. You can read it together or assign parts to different people.
Prepare your class for this year’s national elections with this prayer service.
Prior to the prayer service, place a flag and crucifix on the prayer table where they are easily accessible. Select one boy and one girl. All classmates gather around the prayer table. After the introduction, the selected children will come forward and stand at each side of the prayer table. One will hold the flag so all may see it, and one will hold up the crucifix in a reverent way.
Are you ready for Advent? This prayer service will help you and your class prepare.
Help your students learn about consecrated life with this prayer service.
by Jean Grant
A litany is a type of prayer composed of several petitions. The “Kyrie” at the Mass might have been a litany in its earliest form. For our prayer today, the leader will read the names of some of those in consecrated life who have made an impact on our lives in the Church. Read more…
Kick off the school year with this prayer service.
by Jean Grant
Preparation: The theme “Teaching about God’s Gift of Forgiveness” comes to us from the guidelines of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for Catechetical Sunday, September 21, 2014. Forgiveness, as a gift, springs from the font of Baptism. With our hearts open to forgiveness, we keep the Word of Jesus alive and give witness to our faith expressed in the Gospel. Read more…