Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd and the Child Podcast

This podcast is hosted by Kerri Mecke-Lozano. Kerri has been involved with Catechesis of the Good Shepherd since 2010. She is certified in Level I, II, and III, and is in the process of becoming a certified formation leader by CGSUSA. She has worked in atria in both the United States and in Haiti. Kerri has a sociology degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio and has completed the CGS Heritage course from Aquinas Institute of Theology, St Louis, MO.

Preparing a Prayer Environment in Your Home

This pdf offers tips on how to create a space for prayer in your own home.

K-5 Faith Formation

Year of the Eucharist

We have yet to complete Catechesis #10, #11, and #12 from this curriculum which is available online here.

EDGE & Lifeteen

Project Youth Ministry

Thousands of teenagers from across the country are gathering on Sunday nights for the BIGGEST YOUTH NIGHT EVER. It’s called ProjectYM Live and each week it’ll feature some of the biggest speakers and worship leaders in the Catholic youth ministry world. Our parish is signed up to participate – all your teenager has to do is head to PROJECTYM.COM/WATCH this Sunday at 7pm Central.

  • The broadcast starts at 7pm CDT, but plan to have your student log in a few minutes early to make sure they’re on when it starts.
  • They can access the event on any device with a web browser – but the faster the connection, the better.
  • Though this event is geared at teenagers, you are invited to watch along with them!


We have been using Lifeteen resources for our weekly Wednesday night program. Lifeteen has adapted their content for families to dive into the Sunday readings together using Summit. These weekly sessions are designed to be done as a family and are written to be facilitated by parents for teenagers and include adaptions for younger children, as well.

Global Life Night

Lifeteen is also offering a Global Life Night!  Beginning next Sunday, March 29th, they will be hosting a series of global Life Night experiences on YouTube. These 30 minute sessions will feature speakers, musicians, and a live host to engage with the online community. The first series will look at the theological virtues – beginning with hope. All weekly meetings will happen live at 3pm MDT and will remain live on their YouTube channel for viewing afterward.

Adult Faith Formation

Magnificat Magazine

Magnificat Magazine features the complete readings for each Sunday, weekday, and feast day Mass; daily reflections on the Gospel from the Church’s greatest minds and a snapshot on the lives of the saints. During this challenging time, Magnificat is providing complimentary access to their online version to help people pray from home. This resource is available in both English and Spanish here.

Other daily devotionals that have lifted their subscription fees include: Give Us This Day and The Word Among Us.


FORMED is a revolutionary online platform providing access to credible Catholic audio talks, movies, e-books, children’s resources, and video-based studies. There are also Faith Formation programs designed to support Sacramental Preparation including: Reborn, Forgiven, Presence, and Symbolon. For free access to this comprehensive resource go to Click “Register now” to join for FREE! If you are looking for a particular resource, please contact Jillian or Bridget. The site is also offering virtual bible studies during this time.

Podcast Suggestions

Spiritual Sustenance for All

Catholic All Year

A resource for your family to live liturgically all year round. This site it put together by a parent and includes tips for how to incorporate the practices of Lent and the Easter Triduum in your home, including Stations of the Cross coloring pages for kids—we have these available at the parish if you want to pick up a hardcopy. The site also offers suggestions for meals, daily schedules, prayers, and parenting tips. There is a lot here!


This article champions others that have lived during times when they could not receive the Eucharist. The entire site offers resources and articles highlighting the lives of the saints. There are also other inspiring stories and lifestyle suggestions.

Dynamic Catholic

This website includes daily videos and reflections your family can watch together.

Catholic Family Crate

Beautiful and fun packages to help you build a Catholic culture in your home! The monthly crates include: two activities a month for feast days, a memento, a print with a prayer/verse/or quote to learn for the month and hang up in your home, and a Spotify playlist to fill your home and car. There are monthly crates available, as well as one for Lent and Advent.

Catholic Vote

A news source which offers updates and news through a Catholic lens.

Opus Dei

Another website with texts on Christian life, electronic books, summaries of Catholic Teaching, and video series.

Word on Fire

In an effort to continue the practice of our faith in these trying times, you are invited to join Bishop Barron within his chapel for daily Mass, celebrated either by Bishop Barron himself or by Fr. Steve Grunow. The video will be posted below at 8:15am ET each day. It can be accessed here.

Spiritual Communion Prayer

My Jesus,
I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.

Download a PDF of this Prayer.

Pray As You Go App

Laudate App

Saint of the Day for Kids

Rosary Center

Visual Divine Mercy Chaplet

Catholic Mom offers articles, activities, printables, and morefor your family, classroom or organization to help you grow in your Catholic faith.


Diocese of Rapid City

Find more resources from our Diocese including ways to watch the Mass on tv and online.

Vatican Museum Virtual Tours

Did you know the Vatican Museum in Italy offers virtual tours? Click here to view.

Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross with Bishop Barron

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St. Anne’s Helpers Printable Stations Of The Cross Booklet

This printable Stations of the Cross booklet is so handy. Children love having their “own copy” and even coloring the beautiful pictures of Jesus on His Way of the Cross.

Sophia Institute for Teachers

Sophia Institute for Teachers offers many resources including a printable PDF containing the Traditional Stations of the Cross by St. Alphonsus Liguori.

Catholic All Year

Catholic All Year offers a printable Stations of the Cross coloring book. You get a 16 page pdf file, that can be printed as individual pages, or as a booklet (which uses 4 pieces of paper).

Drawn 2B Creative

Drawn 2B Creative offers tons on of free printables including Stations of the Cross. Have fun exploring!

Other Resources

Do you want good, wholesome Catholic content? Enjoy your free access to The Catholic Fatih. On Demand.

RECLAiM Sexual Health offers a science-based, Catholic Online Recovery Program and other resources for those who desire to reclaim God’s plan for their lives and the lives of loved ones impacted by pornography or other unhealthy sexual behaviors.

The Shield Prayer

God, I invite you into this temptation. Please remove from me any desire to look, lust or fantasize in this situation. Amen

Bloom For Catholic Women offers therapeutic and Catholic-based online courses for women healing from the trauma of discovering their husband’s sexual and/or pornography addiction. We’re dedicated to helping Catholic women gain confidence, hope, and resilience through professional therapeutic support, spiritual insight, educational resources, and an empathetic community.

Newman Centers are residence and Catholic ministry centers at non-Catholic universities throughout the world. These centers provide pastoral services and ministries to their Catholic communities, in particular to the Roman Catholic student population within universities throughout the world. Newman Centers were named in honor of Cardinal John Henry Newman and were inspired by Newman’s writings. The first Newman Center was established in 1893 at the University of Pennsylvania. Fill out a student connection card here.