Liturgical Year

Liturgical Year resource center from Loyola Press

Liturgy podcast from Spirit and Song

(Oregon Catholic Press)

Family

Sunday Connection - Loyola Press

God speaks to us in many ways, including through the Sunday Scripture readings. The Sunday Connection provides useful background and activities to better understand the upcoming Sunday’s Scripture readings, helping you to connect the Scripture to daily life in a meaningful way. Includes activities for grades 1-8 and the whole family.

Sunday Gospel Activities

Sunday Gospel activities for children and families: coloring pages, lesson plans, Mass worksheets, crossword and word search puzzles and more to help prepare for Sunday’s Liturgy of the Word.

This Week's Liturgy – Sadlier

This Week’s Liturgy includes reflections and discussion questions on the readings for each Sunday and holy day liturgy. Activities for young people are included. Some materials for younger children can be printed out.

Our Sunday Visitor’s Lifelong Catechesis site for adults and children

Lectionary based activities, question of the week and saint of the week

Liturgical Year Activities from Loyola Press

Loyola Press offers a variety of free resources and activities on the seasons and feasts of the Catholic liturgical year with related activities to celebrate various feasts, and resources on the Sunday readings.

Children

Sunday Connection - Loyola Press

God speaks to us in many ways, including through the Sunday Scripture readings. The Sunday Connection provides useful background and activities to better understand the upcoming Sunday’s Scripture readings, helping you to connect the Scripture to daily life in a meaningful way. Includes activities for grades 1-8 and the whole family.

Sunday Gospel Activities

Sunday Gospel activities for children and families: coloring pages, lesson plans, Mass worksheets, crossword and word search puzzles and more to help prepare for Sunday’s Liturgy of the Word.

This Week's Liturgy – Sadlier

This Week’s Liturgy includes reflections and discussion questions on the readings for each Sunday and holy day liturgy. Activities for young people are included. Some materials for younger children can be printed out.

Our Sunday Visitor’s Lifelong Catechesis site for adults and children

Lectionary based activities, question of the week and saint of the week

Liturgical Year Activities from Loyola Press

Loyola Press offers a variety of free resources and activities on the seasons and feasts of the Catholic liturgical year with related activities to celebrate various feasts, and resources on the Sunday readings.

Teens

Praying with the songs of Taizé

This 48-minute documentary tells the story of the songs of Taizé, and how they point towards the heart of the mystery of prayer.

Resources for Prayer: The Faith Prayed

Theme for Catechetical Sunday 2016  from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Come Pray the Rosary

Allows Catholics worldwide to join together  in praying  the rosary or to pray the rosary individually

"Between Sundays" - The Five Loaves

Each week Tom and Kimi Tomaszek provide a 6-8 minute weekly video reflection on the upcoming Sunday scriptures, accompanied by a contemporary Christian song from one of the artists at OCP. They offer Between Sundays freely as their commitment to the Gospel.

Lectio Divina - American Bible Society

Lectio Divina is a weekly framework for a faithful and respectful reading of the Bible, coordinated with the Catholic lectionary calendar. (English and Spanish)

Any Given Sunday

AnyGivenSunday endeavors to bring the richness and beauty of the weekly Sunday readings alive for the young church. Reflections are written by some of the best-known Catholic youth speakers, musicians and comedians in the country. Receive a weekly update by going to the website.

Our Sunday Visitor’s Lifelong Catechesis site for adults and children

Lectionary based activities, question of the week and saint of the week

The Mass as Prayer

A short video on the Mass as Prayer by Fr. James Martin, SJ

On the Road to Emmaus

Mass explained for teens from OutsideDaBox

Liturgical Year Activities from Loyola Press

Loyola Press offers a variety of free resources and activities on the seasons and feasts of the Catholic liturgical year with related activities to celebrate various feasts, and resources on the Sunday readings.

St. Mary’s Press Resource Center – Sacraments

A library of videos and activities for teens on all of the sacraments.

Loyola Press Sacraments Center

In this online center there information about the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church: Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony, and Holy Orders.

Adults

Ignatian Spirituality

Sponsored by Loyola Press, this site features all things Ignatian – the Spiritual Exercises, the Examen, blog posts, prayer practices, all about St Ignatius of Loyola.

Creighton University Online Ministries

A ministry of the Collaborative Ministry Office of Creighton University.  Guides for daily and seasonal prayer, online retreats in multiple languages, other prayer practices and more.

Praying with the songs of Taizé

This 48-minute documentary tells the story of the songs of Taizé, and how they point towards the heart of the mystery of prayer.

Resources for Prayer: The Faith Prayed

Theme for Catechetical Sunday 2016  from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Pray-As-You-Go

Daily prayer downloads that combine music, scripture and reflection questions . Also available as an app.

Come Pray the Rosary

Allows Catholics worldwide to join together  in praying  the rosary or to pray the rosary individually

"Between Sundays" - The Five Loaves

Each week Tom and Kimi Tomaszek provide a 6-8 minute weekly video reflection on the upcoming Sunday scriptures, accompanied by a contemporary Christian song from one of the artists at OCP. They offer Between Sundays freely as their commitment to the Gospel.

Lectio Divina - American Bible Society

Lectio Divina is a weekly framework for a faithful and respectful reading of the Bible, coordinated with the Catholic lectionary calendar. (English and Spanish)

The Sunday Website from St. Louis University

A site to help break open the Sunday liturgy for each Sunday of the year, including prayers, the spirituality of the readings, music and general intercessions for the week.

Liturgy Podcast at Spirit & Song (OCP)

Spiritandsong.com is a virtual faith community, a place where Christians of all ages can experience faith-building music, online prayers, devotions and much more. Liturgy Podcast is a weekly liturgy planning resource for musicians, liturgists, homilists, youth groups, faith sharing groups, and all who look to the liturgical readings for inspiration and nourishment – that explores the Scripture and plays suggested tracks from the spiritandsong.com repertoire.

Lectionary Index for Sunday Readings

From the Catholic Lectionary Website, this website provides comprehensive tables of the scripture readings from several Latin and English editions of the Catholic Lectionary for Mass, so that you can easily obtain an overview of all the readings used in a particular liturgical season

Our Sunday Visitor’s Lifelong Catechesis site for adults and children

Lectionary based activities, question of the week and saint of the week

The Mass as Prayer

A short video on the Mass as Prayer by Fr. James Martin, SJ

Roman Missal site from United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Everything you want to know about The Roman Missal. The Roman Missal is the book containing the prescribed prayers, chants, and instructions for the celebration of Mass in the Roman Catholic Church.

Church Year.Net

A comprehensive site for information on the seasons, feasts, prayers for the entire Church year, and each of the seasons.

Liturgical Year Activities from Loyola Press

Loyola Press offers a variety of free resources and activities on the seasons and feasts of the Catholic liturgical year with related activities to celebrate various feasts, and resources on the Sunday readings.

Sacramental Catechesis from Pope Francis from his weekly audiences in 2014

Sacramental Catechesis site from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Downloadable resources and videos on each of the seven sacraments.

Loyola Press Sacraments Center

In this online center there information about the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church: Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Matrimony, and Holy Orders.