American English edition has an imprimatur from Michael C. Barber, SJ, Bishop of Oakland.
A whole family catechetical series for adults, children, and teens for at-home formation and/or facilitated parish sessions. The story-based approach focuses on the core of our Catholic faith and coaching parents to share their faith with their children.
License includes access to color family booklets (editions for BOTH young children or ages 11-14). Please purchase one license per child in your program (if a family has two children in the program, purchase two licenses).
Spirit With Us, the third year of Faith Stories, illustrates the work of the Spirit with stories from the Acts of the Apostles, the Epistles, and the lives of saints and modern believers.
- The Spirit at Work
- Pentecost: The Day the Spirit Came
- Spirit of Belonging
- Philip and the Ethiopian
- The Maiden Who Found a Home
- Spirit of Prayer
- The Church at Home
- The Woman Who Laughed With God
- Spirit of Forgiveness
- The Man Who Made Trouble
- The Soldier Who Had No Enemies
- Spirit of Action
- A Letter of Good News
- The Bishop for the Poor
- The Not-the-End
Preview English Handouts
Preview Bilingual Handouts
Preview Spanish Handouts
This reproducible eResource is licensed for one year with the number of children for which you paid. You may print or email the files for use by your team and participants, but please do not post them to any web site. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our product licenses.
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The Pastoral Center
Before retiring, Judith Dunlap was involved in religious education for over 30 years. She spoke throughout the country and wrote about the importance of the family’s role in catechesis. She served as a consultant for St. Anthony Messenger Press (now Franciscan Communications). She continues to give retreats and parish missions on various topics of faith. She has a B.A. in education from Marquette University and an M.A. in theology from the University of Dayton. She is married, and has five children and ten grandchildren.
Mary Cummins Wlodarski has been a parish minister (DRE, Pastoral Associate) since 1976. This is the same year she married Wayne, with whom she raised their three, now adult, children. Mary has a B.S. in Education and an M.A. in Theological Studies, both from the University of Dayton along with an Associate in Pastoral Supervision from United Theological Seminary. Most recently she is an adjunct instructor for the Office of Learning and Teaching at UD.