Pathways is a family-centered resource that equips parents to make their home the cornerstone of faith development. The suite includes resources for initial formation, ongoing formation, and sacramental preparation that allow each family to grow in faith together.
Intentional@home is designed to help persons in every chapter of life take simple steps to integrate faith life in the home more intentionally. The website includes “bite-sized” ideas, habit-forming suggestions, and life pointers that will help households of all kinds grow in faith at home.
Families Forming Disciples is a hybrid, family-focused, thematic-activity approach where groups of families meet with catechists online and/or in-person to encounter the Lord together and to encourage each other to live as the Domestic Church in and through their home and family life. Includes ready-made lessons that families can walk through that includes powerpoints and activities.
52 Sundays is a dynamic guide to help you and your family reclaim the Lord’s Day with prayer, activities, food, and more! It offers simple and insightful ways for your family to spend time together each Sunday learning more about the Catholic faith and having fun while you’re at it. Free downloads. Spanish version available.
Family Formation is a family-based catechetical program that helps families grow in the transforming love of God by understanding and living the Catholic Faith. It has been refined over the past 30 years of parish implementation. Includes options to prepare for first reception of Reconciliation and Holy Communion.
Introductory video: https://vimeo.com/511716190/e428da7fc6
“Project Nazareth: Faith Begins at Home“ delivers weekly resources to families with children ages 5 through 12. These resources give parents suggestions for how to Ponder, Listen, Pray, and Act with a given topic throughout the course of each week. Guided by Sacred Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, different series within Project Nazareth explore the fundamental Gospel message, the Sunday Mass readings and other special topics such as the Eucharist.