Welcome to our resources page. Below you will find links to resources for depression, grief and topics for families as well as a link to the FORMED website with other Catholic resources. Please contact the parish office if you have further resources to recommend or if you are in need of a referral to a counselor.
This book is C.S. Lewis’ journaled experience through the grief process after the loss of his beloved wife.
This book is a relatable story for both adults and children about the grief process and how everyone’s journey though grief is unique.
This book explains the psychology behind self-harm as well as how to better understand and help those who suffer depression and choose to express their pain through self-harm.
A practical book that uses several assertiveness techniques to teach adolescents how to navigate emotional expression, form (and maintain) friendships, as well as grow in self-knowledge.
This book is a linguistics professor’s informational and witty book discussing the differences between male and female communication. It provides psychological and social explanations for the different ways male and female brains are “wired” as well as gives some practical tips for navigating these differences for more effective communication.
This online brochure lists a variety of practical ways that parents and family members can be involved in their child’s educational life.
This online pamphlet provides foundational guidelines for homework as it relates to both children and parents.
This book offers parents tips and strategies for encouraging their children to do their homework and develop self-motivation to learn.
An updated version of his book The Strong Willed Child, this book discusses strategies and tips to help parents and teachers effectively teach children self-discipline.
On this CD, Dr. Hahn shares parts of his conversion story to illustrate the healing power of God’s mercy in his life through the sacrament of Confession.
This book provides practical tips and methods for breaking negative habits and forming positive habits that ultimately help us to lead a more fulfilled life.
This website provides news, advice, and responses to common questions parents ask about social media and moderating their children’s usage of it.
This website is a resources created by parents for parents to promote the appropriate use of technology and to discuss how parents can help their children also navigate the appropriate use of technology.
This online software assists with blocking inappropriate websites and is a great tool for creating accountability with technology.
This book lists practical tips and guidance for teenagers and young adults discerning marriage at any stage of the process: pre-dating, dating, and engagement.
This software helps to equip parents for ongoing coning conversations about pornography as well as offers accountability and support for those seeking to overcome addiction to pornography.
These children’s books help explain to children the beauty of being created in God’s image as male and female.
This book is an introduction to St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. It describes God’s great love for us and the plans He has for us to live a fulfilling and joy-filled life.
This CD gives parents practical tips for how to discuss with their children the goodness of how God created them and His plans for sex.
This books gives practical tips on Christian courtship/ dating and setting the
foundation for a holy marriage.
This religious education resource includes an activities book and leaders guide. It is a wonderful, structured, resource for families and religious education teachers.
This online site includes links to meditations and blogs as well as information on Catholic Saints, Sacraments, and other aspects of our Catholic Faith.
This children’s book is an excellent resource for teaching young ones the important habit of evening prayer to strengthen their relationship with Christ.
This page on the website for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) offers a list of practical suggestions, resources, and prayers for nourishing the faith culture in the home.
This page on the Knights of Columbus website offers a monthly series of prayers, meditations, and activities to enrich family life.
This article, based on the document Love is Our Mission: the Family Fully Alive was the preparatory catechesis for the World Meeting of Families in 2015. It discusses the importance of love as a covenantal relationship in the Sacrament of Marriage and offers families suggestions for how to teach love in their home.
This book discusses the mission of the family to become a community of love. It offers insights and guidance based on the example of the Holy Family of Nazareth to help families along their journey to heaven.
This handbook offers examples and clear steps for growing deeper in our faith. It is a great resource for individuals and families seeking to go further in their relationship with Christ.
This free resource provides comprehensive information on topics such as financial support, care options and organizations to help senior citizens stay connected with their community.
For further resources on these and other topics, visit https://formed.org/study
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