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What Young People Are Saying

From July 2018 to December 2019, the National Dialogue worked with its national leadership network to host local conversations with youth, young adults, parents, and ministry leaders – to listen… Read More

Lenten Resources

This Lent, why not let us do the heavy lifting and provide you with a plethora of resources from across the web to make your Lenten load a little lighter.… Read More

Bible Sunday

Pope Francis has issued an apostolic letter entitled “Aperuit Illis,” instituting the “Sunday of the Word of God” for all dioceses and churches throughout the world. “I hereby declare that the… Read More

Advent Resources

To help you and your families celebrate Advent well this year, we have put together the best resources we could find. We even categorized for an easy search. We are… Read More

Mourning During the Pandemic

A Guide to Celebrating Loved Ones Lost in the Midst of COVID-19 “Coming in from the cold of a bleak winter’s day is perhaps an analogy for the place that… Read More

Formation for EMHCs and Readers

As we prepare for the reopenings of our churches, we have prepared a short tutorial for those who serve in these important ministries. Please take a few moments to watch… Read More

ICYMI: Family Ministry Basics

In case you missed it, here is the recording of our webinar with Doug Tooke of OBD Films and our great conversation about parish ministry with families. Download the slides… Read More

On Praying the Rosary

I miss my dad every night around 7:30 pm. That’s when we stop everything and pray the Rosary. We started back in March when we hosted Nine Days of Prayer in… Read More

Springtime. Finally.

We turned a corner here in Connecticut this weekend. No, we are still quarantined and still going to school virtually. That will likely continue for some time. We stay safe… Read More

Watch Our Lenten Retreat: Falling Into Grace

In case you missed it, our recent webinar is now available to watch online! This one-hour webinar with Steve Angrisano was presented on March 26, 2020: Often, we can become… Read More

A Thought for the New Year

I’m sorry…I didn’t mean it I take it back Strike it from the record What is as irreversible as murder, violates its victims more than theft, is as deadly as… Read More