Welcome to the ECACS
Religion Resource Website
The Ten Commandments
This site, written for children, includes a page for each of the ten commandments that includes the religious wording and a simplified description to help students understand how each applies to their life.
Catholic On-line - Advent
Here you will find explanations on The Advent Wreath, Christmas Novena begin Dec 16. First Week of Advent Page, Second Week of Advent Page, Third Week of Advent Page, Fourth Week of Advent Page, Christmas Eve Page, Christmas Page and a Nativity Gallery
Learn about the biblical story of the Jesse tree and discover its usefulness as an educational craft project during Advent.
The Advent Calendar
by Saint Margaret Mary Parish in Naperville, Illinois. Calendar features animated doors, inspirational graphics and readings
... mostly from Psalms used during Advent. The calendar is intended for both children and adults.
The Season of Advent
At this site you will find an explanation on The Colors of Advent; The Spirit of Advent; Evergreens and The Advent Wreaths and Advent Daily Readings
Anno Domini -
Jesus Through The Centuries
An exploration of the heart of two millennia.
Western Catholic Reporter
An estimated 3,000 pages of commentaries, helps, information, news, sermons, statistics, studies, photographs, and tracts are presented.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church.
Internet Christian Library
Guide To Early Church Documents.
The world wide web site for the propagation and the study of the Gospels
Canadian Catholic News
Worksheets developed from a Catholic perspective (grade level 3/4 - can be easily adjusted) Worksheets available on all aspects of Catholic Calendar
Catholic - Celebrating Advent-Christmas
Prepare for Christmas with Advent wreath and Advent calendar activities, along with information about St. Nicholas, Advent prayers, and more
Bible Activity Worksheets - Worksheets for bible studies
Blest Are We -worksheets, games, etc
Catholic Worksheets - Worksheets for bible studies
Patron Saints Alphabetically
Feature - Lent
(TLC Note: This page will change every month, and will not have the same subject.)
Artcyclopedia's May Feature 2000 is called The Passion of Christ. It has pictures and a brief explanation of the passion of Christ with links to the great artists and their impressions of the passion.
The Catholic Encyclopedia has links to events that happen throughout the religious year. Just click on the first letter of the word you want to look up and scroll down until you find that word. In this case "L" is for Lent.
Catholic Online Lenten Pages
This is an online resource for the season of Lent. It highlights Ash Wednesday, Lenten History, Holy Week, the Lenten Gospels and the Stations of the Cross.
Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper
This is a picture of Leonardo Da Vinci's, "The Last Supper."
Catholic, Catholic Update, Ash Wednesday - Our Shifting Understanding of Lent
Teacher / Parent background on Ash Wednesday.
Catholic, Lent - Call to Conversion, Frequently Asked Questions About Lent
A site from American Catholic.org on the different questions asked about Lent.
Catholic, Catholic Update, Praying with Lenten Scripture - Day by Day
Day by day readings throughout Lent.
American Catholic, Catholic Customs, Stations Of The Cross
Has links to 4 different pages within American Catholic on the Stations of the Cross.
Catholic, Catholic Update, Day by Day Through Lent - Creating a Place for Peace
Day by Day Through Lent - Scripture Readings #2.
American Catholic, Lent - Call to Conversion, Lent More Than Penance
Background information on Lent.
to Pray, Stations of the Cross - children and their families walk with Jesus
by Lucille Perrotta Castro. "Stations are places where people wait while they are going from one place to another. A school-bus stop is like a station. People wait at train stations or bus stations or airports. Think of some stations where you have been."
"Stations are also places where people take time to think about Jesus as he went to die on a cross. They are "Stations of the Cross." They show us how much Jesus loved us."
Children Learn to
Pray, Heart Prayer During Lent
This site offers weekly prayers for children that are appropriate for the season of Lent.
Children Learn to
Pray, Heart Prayer During Holy Week and Easter
This site contains prayers for children that are specific to Holy Week.
URI Kids World Religions
A great place to start researching world religions.
World Religions Photo Library
Photographs by Christine Osborne of major world religions.
Who founded it? When was it founded? What do they believe? How do they celebrate or practice. Find quick answers on these questions about 11 major world religions.
Thematic Links Unit
Grade 7: World Religions
Check out this site by Coelho Middle School teachers. Designed for a Grade 7 class.
for Kids Online, Religion
Click for quick facts on major world religions or find in depth information on Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, The Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church.
Scan this list of Interfaith holidays for the each year.
Religions and Scriptures
A quick look at the scriptures important to major world religions.
Do you know which symbol goes with which religion?
How is God
To be created is to be called by God. The mystery of vocation or call is part of God's love for us.
Jesus Christ Calls Us to Serve
Do your best to match the left column to items in the right column. Beware! You may use an item more than once and there may be some items left over. Each time you play, new questions will appear. The lowest score wins. Good Luck!
Sacrament Symbols: A Matching Game
Match the names of the sacraments with their symbols
This selection of pages requires careful viewing of the pages. There is a short information paragraphs at the top of each page. Then if a student scrolls down to the bottom of the page, there are usually questions and answers that can be used as information:
The Sacrament of Matrimony: an
How high is your MQ (Marriage Quotient?) Test your knowledge of the Sacrament of Matrimony by trying to capture the most stars!
The Sacraments: An online quiz
Take this quiz to see how much you know about the sacraments of the catholic church.
Basic, simple definitions of the seven sacraments of the catholic church.
We Meet Jesus in the
As you grow in your love for God and other people you have a place to review what you are learning. These online activities will help to reinforce your knowledge of the sacraments that you are learning about.
We Share Jesus Christ's Priesthood
See how high you rate in this vocation challenge! Each time you play, new questions will appear.
Telus 2Learn - Do a search for religion and find many links to teacher recommended sites.
- site with many applets and videos.
Blackgold School Division - great site with links to educational sites.
TeacherPlanet - site with many links to educational sites.
Lesson Plans -site that provides links to lesson plans