Welcome Parents. A list of links we believe that you may find useful.
Catholic Parents Online
It is our joy and obligation to uphold Catholic principles and standards; to work in an active and positive way to inform, support and collaborate with parents, teachers and leaders in the education of the children in the Archdiocese; and to ensure the growth and protection of high moral and ethical standards and the splendor of our Faith.
Dads.org / The Family Life Center
The Family Life Center is dedicated to defending the faith, family life, and fatherhood throughout the world. Founded by Steve Wood in 1990 in response to Pope John Paul II’s exhortation that the future of the world and the Church passes through the family, the Family Life Center seeks to renew society by renewing strong, moral families. The Family Life Center provides resources geared toward deepening a family’s love and knowledge of their faith. The Family Life Center places a special focus on fatherhood and providing resources which aid fathers in fulfilling their vocation.
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Parents & Kids Talking
This website is dedicated to supporting parents in their role as their child’s primary sexuality educator. No one knows your child better than you and your child needs your guidance. Talking with children about the physical and emotional changes of puberty enables parents to start an informal dialogue based on trust and respect.