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SJB Catholic Online Resources for Parents

“The catechesis given by parents with the family ‘precedes, accompanies and enriches all other forms of catechesis.’
When children are baptized, parents accept the responsibility to bring up their children in the practice of faith
and to see to it that the divine life that God gives them is kept safe from the poison of sin,
to grow always stronger in their hearts.”

-National Directory for Catechesis, pages 234-235

CCD – Online Resources and Materials

Allelu: PreK – Kindergarten Lesson plans

Alive in Christ Digital Books-Parish SJB 2020 2021 Grades 1-8

Dynamic Catholic: Blessed First Holy Communion Preparation

Dynamic Catholic: Blessed First Reconciliation  

Dynamic Catholic: Decision Point – Confirmation


The Kids Bulletin 

A fun way for Catholic kids to learn about their Faith each week.

10 Ways To Parent Your Child In The Catholic Faith

This document provides 10 recommended ways to parent their children in the Catholic Faith. Parents are the most influential agents of catechesis for their children. They have a unique responsibility for the education of their children; they are the first educators, or catechists. They catechize primarily by the witness of their Christian lives and by their love for the faith.


This website is available to all SJB parishioners. Watch together as a family the best in Catholic movies, children’s programming, audio dramas and books, we provide a trusted and engaging entertainment alternative in support of a Catholic lifestyle. Learn together with bible studies, sacramental prep materials, documentaries, books, and audio talks from leading Catholic experts will help you grow in understanding your faith.

Catholic Family Crate

This is a website for learning the Catholic faith. Each month the family receives a crate (box) that focuses on two feast days, a Catechesis lesson, a virtue and learning a traditional Catholic prayer.

Catholic Mom

This is a website for sharing and learning about parenting and faith issues. You can stop by their new Catholic Mom Blog and share your comments and ideas. Check out their new Catholic Moments Podcast for news and chats with different authors, columnists, and musicians. Other highlights of the Catholic Moms web site include recipes, traditions, holy day and holiday ideas, home management, kids’ activities, and motivational tips pages; you can submit your ideas or find out new tips.

Catholic Sprouts 

At Catholic Sprouts we work hard to help parents evangelize their children, because passing on the Faith is our greatest calling. Catholic Sprouts is a thriving community, 20K strong!


The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an assembly of the hierarchy of the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands who jointly exercise certain pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States. The purpose of the Conference is “to promote the greater good which the Church offers humankind, especially through forms and programs of the apostolate fittingly adapted to the circumstances of time and place.” Great resource for Church “documents” such as an online Bible, Daily Mass readings, Catechism, and more!

Faith & Life Series 

This is a website for learning the Catholic faith Ignatius Press’s Faith and Life Online Series offers students, grades 1-8, a thorough grounding in Catholic doctrine. In light of salvation history, students will learn about Sacraments, morality, social teaching, and the Church’s life and mission. Interactive learning includes videos, games, discussion questions, reflections, links to more information, online assessments, reports, and more.

Sophia Institute Press   

A Family of Faith Online is a unique, structured program that helps you instill in your children a broad understanding of the Catholic Church’s teachings while connecting you to an online community with personalized support.

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Saturday: 4:00PM

Sunday: 8AM, 11AM, 5:30PM


Wednesday: 11:40AM

Saturday: 3:00PM

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