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What's New

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor announced modifications, Thursday, March 25, to the...
Bishop Anthony B. Taylor addressed the following letter, March 3, 2021, to...
When most Americans think of Mardi Gras, which is French for "Fat Tuesday," the huge...

Form your faith in domestic church

Updated Jan. 13, 2021

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor announced that he was lifting the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass (in person) on Oct. 1, 2020, for those in good health. The dispensation remains in effect for those under certain conditions. For those still unable to attend Mass or take part in faith formation programs in person, many Catholic ministries are working hard to help parishioners continue to practice their faith from home.

At Home With Faith Newsletter

The Office of Marriage and Family Life for the Archdiocese of Seattle offers this newsletter and other resources to help families live their faith at home.

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

This ministry has made resources available for children, parents, families and catechists in their communities and parishes and schools.

Catholic Icing Resources

This website offers lots of creative craft projects to help kids learn the Catholic faith.

Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The U.S. Conference of Catholics Bishops offers suggestions of how to perform these works within the safety restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus.

DomesticChurch.com

This website offers resources to help families create a Catholic culture in their home.

EWTNKids

EWTN's kids videos and faith formation series are available to watch online.

Ongoing Discipleship Formation

The U.S. Conference of Catholics Bishops compiled these free resources for parents and families and adult faith formation.



FORMED 7-Day Free Trial

FORMED, which offers Catholic resources for all ages on demand, is offering free trial to everyone for 7 days.

Holy Heroes Videos

This YouTube channel has lots of creative and helpful videos to teach the Catholic faith to children.

Keeping the Faith Amid COVID-19

Our Sunday Visitor will offer daily stories to help keep you mentally and spiritually grounded during this time of uncertainty in this newsletter.

Mary Walks Beside You: Strength For Living In Fragile Times

This online retreat is presented by from Pauline Media.

My Catholic Kids

This website is making their library of Mass videos for the Children’s Missalette available free to all.

Strong Catholic Family Faith

This website offers tips on helping parents talk with children about the coronavirus, a list of fun and educational things to do with kids at home and much more.

Tiny Saints

This website is providing free downloads and activities for families who may miss school, Mass and other events.

The Word Among Us

This ministry, with the help of the USCCB, is providing access to the daily Mass readings and its entire website to help people pray from home.

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

The U.S. bishop offer the daily readings in English and Spanish with audio and video reflections for free. The books of the Bible are also available.


What's New

Bishop Anthony B. Taylor announced modifications, Thursday, March 25, to the...
Bishop Anthony B. Taylor addressed the following letter, March 3, 2021, to...
When most Americans think of Mardi Gras, which is French for "Fat Tuesday," the huge...