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April 16, 2023
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Bible Videos for Children
The videos below are from a variety of Christian sources. Use your own judgment and discretion when adapting content for your children. Videos are sorted by most popular.
Activities / Handouts
This litany of belief is a prayer based upon the prayer of the father of the boy possessed by a demon (Mark 9:24) and the profession of faith of St. Thomas the Apostle (John 20:28). The responses are
Sunday April 12, 2026The readings for Divine Mercy Sunday Year A (2nd Sunday of Easter) help us reflect on the boundless mercy of God. Some topics for this weekend include how we see ourselves and others as God's family. We also consider God love for us. Here are some ideas.
Each week, on this page you will find a series of word games created by artificial intelligence using ChatGPT. Feel free to adapt and use these in your classroom or at home. All images have also been generated by A.I. technology and therefore may be freely used.
“Empty tomb, wowed Peter and John! Omen of risen Christ, blessed miracle.”
In this anagram, all of the letters in the phrase “Empty tomb” are used to create new words and phrases that relate to the Gospel story in John 20:1-9. Peter and John found the tomb empty, which was a sign of Christ’s resurrection, and this was a blessed miracle that affirmed their faith.
Aword scramble game based on keywords from the passage? Here are the instructions:
- Choose four to five keywords or phrases from John 20:1-9, such as “tomb,” “stone,” “linen,” “saw,” and “believed.”
- Jumble the letters of each keyword or phrase, and write them down out of order.
- Print or write out the jumbled words and give the list to the players.
- Each player must solve the scramble by unscrambling the letters to form the correct word or phrase!
- “bomt” becomes “tomb”
- “stoen” becomes “stone”
- “ilenn” becomes “linen”
- “swa” becomes “saw”
- “lveeeibd” becomes “believed”
Gospel Questions and Answers
- Question: Who went to the tomb of Jesus first, according to John 20:1?
Answer: Mary Magdalene went to the tomb of Jesus first.
- Question: What did Mary Magdalene notice first when she arrived at the tomb?
Answer: Mary Magdalene noticed that the stone had been removed from the entrance of the tomb.
- Question: Who did Mary Magdalene assume had taken the body of Jesus?
Answer: Mary Magdalene assumed that someone had taken the body of Jesus and did not know where it was.
- Question: Who arrived shortly after Mary Magdalene at the tomb of Jesus?
Answer: Peter arrived shortly after Mary Magdalene at the tomb of Jesus.
- Question: What did Peter see when he entered the tomb?
Answer: Peter saw the linen wrappings that had been around the body of Jesus, lying there, and the cloth that had been on Jesus’ head was folded up separately.
- Question: Did Peter and Mary Magdalene understand that Jesus had risen from the dead?
Answer: No, neither Peter nor Mary Magdalene at this point understood that Jesus had risen from the dead.
For this Easter snack, kids create edible bouquets as they explore Romans 6 and discover how Jesus give new life!
This Easter object lesson encourages preschoolers to experiment with plastic Easter eggs as they discover how Jesus came back to life.
Elementary-aged kids learn about the tomb that was empty Easter morning as they create these mini Easter garden crafts!
During the Easter season, the Church proclaims, "But wait! There's more!" Jesus' story does not end with death. He is Risen!