Patience is AWESOME! Patience is COOL! It’s a Fruit of the Spirit! Spirit in Life. Spirit in Life Spirit in Life
Fruits of the Spirit: PatienceExploring the Fruits of the Spirit in short fun conversations
Beth and Kristofer Cowles discuss the Fruits of the Spirit as St. Paul lists in Galatians 5:22-23. Each video is 3 – 5 minutes long, and helpful for adults, parents, and kids to begin discussing the Fruits in their own lives – how to recognize them, how to practice them, and how to get better at them. Beth and Kristofer share their own experiences and challenges with bearing these Fruits in God’s Garden of Grace.
Episode 5 – Patience gives a quick discussion of the Fruit of Patience.
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Fruit of the Spirit Children’s Song by Bob Baxter
I’ll Fly Away arr.by Craig Courtney
Hope is practiced through the virtue of patience, which continues to do good…which accepts God’s mystery and trusts him even at times of darkness.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XIV
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Young/School Age Children
Look to Him and Be Radiant – Lessons, crafts, coloring pages, book recommendations, and more from a Catholic school religion teacher/Director of Religious Education
Teaching Catholic Kids – parent newsletter published by Our Sunday Visitor, Sunday Gospel reflections, crafts, liturgical season information and saint stories.
Parent-catechists and Parish catechists
Catechist’s Journey – A Loyola Press sister site for Catechists to learn from and share with one another. Joe Paprocki is the website creator and lead catechist.
The Religion Teacher – Jared Dees’ site with weekly lesson plans, activities, and other useful information and resources for teaching your students.
If you or your parish use a curriculum
Sophis Press Curriculum Site – Parents or catechists can use the free downloads for Sunday Gospel lessons, current event lessons (for High School), and using Sacred Art for teaching the faith. (Scroll to the bottom of the page for these resources and to sign up to have them delivered to your inbox.)
RCIA Adapted for Children Resources
Click here to find tons of free resources as well as Holy Owned and Operated’s members-only material.
Prayer to the Holy Spirit
Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful, and kindle in them the fire of your love.
Send forth your Spirit, and they shall be created. And you shall renew the face of the earth.
Why do Catholics use Latin? In this episode of On the Road to Perfection, Mama and Daddy discuss what the purpose of using Latin. From it being a dead language to its historical roots, Mama and Daddy answer this question with plenty of humor!