“Many of these digital spaces our children have been dropped into were not designed with children in mind,” explained Christopher McKenna, a digital security expert, founder of Protect Young Eyes, and a keynote speaker at the 2022 National Catholic Education Association conference.
Laws, lawsuits and adult involvement needed to save kids from social media ‘harm,’ say experts
At the consecration, my kids had something to say to Jesus
With childlike faith and full hearts, Jesus wants us to be with Him in the Blessed Sacrament.
Here is the simplest way to share faith with kids
“It turns out, ordinary conversations matter more than anything else.”
Families First Project offers tools to advocate for pro-family policies
One of the Families First Projects’ foundational goals is to create an appropriate “policy ecosystem” that supports the creation of stable families and helps them flourish by making it easier to get married, stay married, have kids, raise kids in economically stable environments, and care for extended family.
Catholic Charities, Marine Corps Reserve sponsor Toys for Tots Drive
Toy distribution for families begins Tuesday, Dec. 13. Families must register online before Friday, Dec. 2, with forms found on the Catholic Charities website.
Nine months after Russia began war, pope writes to Ukrainians
Pope Francis assured Ukrainians that he prays for them constantly, calls attention to their plight publicly and continues to support humanitarian aid for them so they would know they are not alone and so that people around the world would continue to provide aid.
Cross Catholic Outreach sets drop-off week for Box of Joy gift program
Box of Joy’s goal this year has been to engage 1,505 Catholic organizations in packing gift boxes for 144,500 children in poverty-stricken nations.
Pope’s November prayer intention: ‘For children who suffer’
Pope Francis noted that there are millions of boys and girls around the world living “in conditions very similar to slavery.”