This is an activity to help youth think about the qualities of a good leader. It is held in an informal, small group setting so youth will be comfortable sharing.
The purpose of this reflection is to help youth consider who they give authority to in their lives. Who do teenagers listen to?
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is a complete summary of all that the Catholic Church teaches and believes.
This graphic novel will engage youth in the story of St. John Paul II. The comic book format makes the story of this saint’s life easy to understand and difficult to put down.
115 Saintly Fun Facts is a delightful way to look at the saints. So many books focus on how they died or what they suffered. This book focuses on what was really special and unique about these saints.
Ungame is a question and answer icebreaker which is perfect for teenagers. It can be played in person or virtually. It is just a conversation starter to help a group get comfortable.
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.
This video from Holy Heroes tells of how Mary and Joseph took Jesus to the temple and they met Simeon the prophet, which is the gospel for the feast of the Presentation of the Lord. A coloring sheet and Mass quiz are also available for each week. Use these to prepare for Sunday Mass at home or for Children’s Liturgy of the Word.
In this video from Life Teen, Joel Stepanek helps us understand the readings for the feast of the Presentation of the Lord. This weeks readings tell us that Jesus is a sign who is contradicted.
A Privilege Walk is an exercise where participants consider how circumstances in their lives can be benefits or detriments. These are circumstances which are beyond their control, largely related to the families they were born into and the resources they have.