How To... and Hold Your Own
Zoom. Utilize zoom to hold your own in person sessions. It is free for up to 100 people if it is under 40 minutes.
Formed: for parishes that subscribe.
Saint of the Day is a good resource to teach a little bit about a new Saint each day we are away.
The Pastoral Center has several options, including how to talk to your kids about the Coronavirus as well as access to their Lectionary based eResource for free.
The USCCB has listed several helpful resources as well.
The National Catholic Partnership on Disability has listed several helpful resources. They have a few specific to those with disabilities.
Ascension Press has several online opportunities. See their calendar of events on their homepage.
My Catholic Life: for RCIA. Though, it would be good for adults as well.
St. Benedict Press is offering their LoveEd program free to families.
NFCYM's response website. This has multiple helpful links for things even outside youth ministry.
Catholic Information Services. Through the Knights of Columbus, registration required.
St. Paul Center has free online Adult bible studies.
Prayer and Worship
Living with Christ. Liturgy and prayer opportunities.
Word Among Us has temporarily opened their website and all their prayer resources are available for free.
Podcasts such as Bishop Barren's homilies.
Masses available throughout this time.
Ignatius Press is offering access to their online sacramental preparation materials until the end of June.
Schools Religious Education
Sophia Institute has made several resources available.