Sunday, November 8, 2009


a_gift_that_pleased_jesusThirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Click on the links below to download each item

  • Sunday’s Gospel
  • Coloring Page
  • Mass Worksheets 7-10, 11-14 Revised
  • Current Contests
  • Word Search – Puzzle, Solution
  • Crossword – Puzzle
    Solution:  Across:  2.  widow;  3.  treasury;  4.  condemnation  Down:  1.  scribes;  3.  two
  • Lesson Plan

  • Pre-K Lesson Plans:

    We will be providing weekly Pre-K lesson plans this year. These do not coincide with the Sunday Liturgy of the Word, but are specifically created for Catholic Pre-K learners.

Religious Education Resource Articles:

Extra activities:

  • Christianopoly File Folder Game: Gospel Matthew 22:15-21 Do you think paying bills and taxes is easy? Here is a game to see how well you can handle the responsibility of good financial stewardship; making the right decisions about the money we have and managing it wisely. This includes being able to pay necessary bills at home, putting aside for the things you want, and taking care of your family. Not only do you have bills to pay, mortgages, insurance, etc. you must pay taxes, make donations and do tithing as well.
  • Current Contests
  • Puppet/skit scripts at
  • Teaching Catholic Kids – Great Resources from Our Sunday Visitor
  • To Teach – Great Resources from USCCB – Charity in Truth (Caritas In Veritate)

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About Author

Laura Grace writes our lesson plans from St. Nicholas Chapel at the Pax River Naval Air Station in Patuxent River, Maryland. Visit Laura at her blog at The Catholic Toolbox. Elyse A. is a student who enjoys her faith and writing. Margaret Dwyer, a wife and mother of 4 children, lives in Easton, MA and runs Vacation Bible School at her parish in addition to teaching CCD and serving on the Pastoral Council. Margaret credits a friend's persistent urging to pray the Rosary and attend Mass during the week during a difficult time as a pivotal moment in her life, and feels called to bring Catholics to a deeper faith life by promoting the sacraments and the Rosary!

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