Select Page

This Week’s Free Thing!

Nope, we’re not passing the collection plate for these. Although you can hit that donate button anytime!
These are not the only free things on the site, just where our weekly Free Thing is that everybody talks about.

We WOULD love it if you gave us your email address so we can notify you each week when the next Free Thing is available (are you really gonna remember to check each week? 83% of our downloaders don’t!).
It isn’t required, though. But, please? Pretty please?

This Great Gift

This Great Gift

This weekend you may hear a lot about Jesus, Moses, and Elijah, and how Jesus represents the fulfillment of the Prophets and the Law as represented in Elijah and Moses, respectively.

So, in This Week’s Free Thing, we are going to talk about Peter, and how he just steps in it and misses the whole point.

Beth and Kristofer explain what This Week’s Free Thing is all about.

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Water, water everywhere!
This week’s Gospel reading is supposedly about Jesus healing the leper. Look again:
It is really about disobedience and how disobeying God is far from being a personal, “I’m not hurting anybody else” thing.
Take five minutes to enjoy This Week’s Free Thing, and you will permanently change your children’s behavior, and yours, with the fun – and wet! – activity!

Rising Very Early

Rising Very Early

The purpose of prayer is to get us in line with God’s will; to have an open and hope-filled heart that God knows what He is doing and that He loves us, so even though He permits “punishment and scourges, accept them, because He acts for our welfare in whatever He allows to befall us.”

This week we learn how to be in God’s will in just five minutes..

TWFT Archives

If you missed one or more of This Week’s Free Thing! then just click here to find it. Everything from last month all the way back to the beginning in March 2020 is available. And don’t forget to sign up to receive TWFT straight to your inbox so you won’t miss it again!

Get Connected

Community is an essential, basic part of the Catholic faith. Click here to get to our community area of the web site, which we are building and set to fully launch on April 10. Or you can get on our general contact list with the form on the right and we will personally let you know when it is ready. This will be perfect for parents, catechists, and religious educators to engage, learn from each other, ask questions, and realize the wonderful universal nature of our Church!