Catch of the Day
Creativity and surprises abound at Pauline Kids, and you're never quite sure what you'll find in your fishing net! Hear from the Pauline Kids crew on a variety of timely topics, and use the comment box to come aboard the conversation!

You Are What You Eat
Posted on November 25, 2011 08:39 Article Rating
What's the difference between physical and spiritual "food"?  Actually, it's pretty simple.
A Thanksgiving Parade
Posted on November 23, 2011 16:33 Article Rating
This afternoon in New York City, people will gather to watch an unusual spectacle as enormous balloons are inflated for tomorrow's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Life—a Million Times Better
Posted on November 22, 2011 02:57 Article Rating
Flipping through a catalog of toys, reminded me of how cool these things used to look to me. I was convinced my life would be a million times more fun if only I would get Little Miss So-and-So.
The Eucharist is…
Posted on November 21, 2011 08:00 Article Rating
What is Holy Eucharist anyway? And how can we share the depth of that mystery with the kids in our lives?
Coming to Church
Posted on November 18, 2011 11:00 Article Rating
You may take a bus or subway to Mass, ride in a car, hop on your bicycle, or just plain walk.  All of those things are modes of transportation, but none of them are how you actually come to Church. Actually, we don’t come to Church at all.
Out of Hiding
Posted on November 16, 2011 16:48 Article Rating
Great books for Catholic kids do exist, and I’d love to talk with you about them!
What Time Is Mass?
Posted on November 14, 2011 17:39 Article Rating
If you’ve ever wondered what it would have been like to actually have been there with Jesus when he preached and healed—or even when he died on the cross—then Mass is the place for you.
All Saints Day
Posted on November 01, 2011 14:28 Article Rating
...St. Paul is just as frank when he reminds the churches he founded that “our citizenship is in heaven.” Although the Church echoes this reality in her liturgies throughout the year, it is especially underscored on the Solemnity of All Saints.
In Fourteen-Hundred and Ninety-Two...
Posted on October 10, 2011 13:06 Article Rating
...For whatever reason, I had never really thought much about the fact that Christianity was first carried to our shores by a historical figure known an explorer, and not a missionary.  What’s more, Columbus wasn’t even looking for what he has been credited with discovering. The Caribbean is, after all, nowhere near India. It seems that while Columbus had a compass, God had a plan...
Changes at Mass???
Posted on September 25, 2011 20:20 Article Rating
We’re committed to helping kids not only get the most out of Mass, but learn how they can put the most intoMass.
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