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Living Lent at Home...

Picture the simple additions to your home decor that can bring Lent's rich meaning to your family.  Click on the link below to see Elizabeth Clare's website for ideas for helping your children's Lenten practices as well.

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Catholic Family Faith
Lent does not mean doom and gloom...
especially in a family with toddlers and children.   Find family friendly ways to live prayer, fasting and almsgiving that excite you and your children.


Couples Retreat
Enjoy a time of prayer and dialogue with your Spouse
ed by Paul and Kay Halfman of D-6 Ministries
March 26     5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
St. Justin Martyr Parish
                                      scan QR code to register
               or contact Marge Kathalynas at


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 Core Values of FAITH Alive in the Home Program

Mary McKinney, Corey and Shirley Small_e


Trained home visitors support parents in integrating the spiritual and moral domains with other developmental areas to form the whole child.

Setting family faith goals chosen by each family, parents, and facilitator collaborate in fostering the child's growth in a faith environment.


Hands-on Learning

FAITH provides resources and advice to assist parents in preparing their child for

school readiness as well as spiritual and moral growth using age-appropriate  activities for

  • Catholic faith tradition

  • Virtue-based formation

  • Restorative home practice

  • CDC Milestones developmental tracking




Through personal invitations to parish life, or young adult group menortoring sessions, young parents develop the faith relationships

that will continue to support them in their beautiful vocation as teachers of faith in their homes.

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