Our new digital app takes all the stress out of faith formation. The Spirit of Truth app combines fun, interactive learning games with the engaging content of Spirit of Truth: Parish Edition. From sacred art puzzle games to crosswords, your students will not just learn the faith, they’ll having fun doing it!
Spirit of Truth Digital Edition is a completely-digital platform available via app or browser – not just a digitized book. The catechist is able to assign and track assignments, grade and communicate with your students/parents, and assist remotely as needed. There are multiple ways to implement the app in your faith formation program, such as:
Reading, question and answers and Sacred Art Reflections are now joined by Angry-Birds-type sorting games, driving games, drawing activities, puzzles, iSpy activities, word searches, crossword puzzles, drag-and-drop matching games — all age-appropriate per grade level.
We designed the app to enable the parish catechist to track student progress to ensure families are completing their assignments. Through your dashboard, you can:
Our digital platform covers the entire Catechism in a rich and age-appropriate way and is designed to connect with students of diverse backgrounds and differing familiarity with the Faith.
Each lesson features talking points, background essays, and step-by-step instructions for teaching the Faith in the Home, giving parents everything they need to catechize their children and develop in them the habits of holiness.
Student App: Tablet computer with iOS 12.0 or later; Android 6.0 or later; Browsers Chrome 81.0 or later, Safari 13.0 or later, or Edge 83.0 or later.
Teacher Portal: Computer with browsers Chrome 81.0 or later, Safari 13.0 or later, or Edge 83.0 or later. Can be run on Tablet Browser, but recommend a larger screen for best experience.
Students are introduced to the loving goodness of the Blessed Trinity, they meet the members of the Holy Family, and they learn who the saints are and what they teach us.
Students begin to develop an awareness of God as our Father in Heaven, the creator of Heaven and earth, who is all good, who created them in His image and likeness, and who loves them unconditionally.
This year focuses on how much children are loved by Jesus Christ, and how his death and Resurrection has opened the way to heaven.
Students learn what the Catholic Church is, who the Holy Spirit is and how He guides Her, and what it means that Jesus continues His mission through Her.
Most of this year focuses on the moral life, our loving response to God's great gift to us, and students explore more deeply what it means to be created in the image and likeness of God.
This year provides an in-depth exploration of God's grace in the Sacraments, with a focus on what a Sacrament is and why Jesus instituted them.
Students spend this year immersed in God's Word in the Sacred Scriptures, and explore how the Bible communicates God's plan of salvation to us.