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  • Book Club for Catholic Teens

    Book Club for Catholic Teens

    Book clubs are a fun way to get teens thinking about a topic and discussing it. And a book club discussion can be held in person or virtually. All you need is a good book to be the foundation of your conversation. Read More

  • Musical Statues Game

    Musical Statues Game

    Musical Statues is an active game which encourages youth to get up and move. It makes a good break between more sedentary activities. Read More

  • Who’s Your Buddy? A Lesson Plan on Friendship

    Who’s Your Buddy? A Lesson Plan on Friendship

    This lesson plan on friendship helps teens understand that they shouldn’t try to go it alone on their faith journeys. Good friends who support us in faith are a blessing. Read More

  • The Book of Amos

    The Book of Amos

    The Book of Amos is about a shepherd named Amos who becomes a prophet. He warns Israel about their sins, including social injustice and false worship. Amos tells the rich to stop oppressing the poor and calls for true worship and justice. His message is clear: live righteously, help the needy, and worship God sincerely. Read More

  • 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B

    15th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B

    The readings for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B are a call to spread the gospel in our communities. This selection from scripture could lead to a discussion of evangelization and the importance of not walking alone. Read More

  • Fight the Bite Secret Tag Game

    Fight the Bite Secret Tag Game

    The Fight the Bite Secret Tag game is a fun and engaging activity for youth. It helps them build social skills and promotes interaction. Players must be sneaky and observant, which adds excitement. In this game, players secretly tag each other with bug bites. Players who get caught in the act get an extra bite! This is a long game, meant to be played while other activities are going on. If your group is only playing this game it will be almost impossible for them to give each other bites without being noticed. Read More

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