Religion with Mrs. Annie


God hears ME phone.pdf

Thank you!

To my wonderful Pandas-

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of the LOVE shared with me last week for Teacher Appreciation and my birthday! Also to everyone who met me at the Grotto to honor Mary, my heart was so incredibly full and I know Mary was smiling down! She cried tears of Joy as the Celebration ended!

I hope you all have a truly blessed and wonderful Summer! I will continue to pray that we will see each other very soon and please know how incredibly loved you are!

All my Love and Panda Hugs,

Mrs. Annie :)

PS I attached a phone craft for you to make if you would like to make so you can "call Jesus" and tell him all of your prayers!

Panda Prayers

You can click on the phone to send your prayer requests and intentions to Mrs. Annie. Any pictures that are sent will be added to Mrs. Annie's "classroom" panda prayers wall. Sign Up Instructions

Any videos listed below will require an account to view. Its FREE and very easy to sign up with your church parish name.

Here are the steps to sign up:

1. Go to

2. Click SIGN UP


4. Type your CHURCH PARISH WITH CITY in the box. I know Nativity, Prompt Succor, St Peter and Sacred Heart (NI and Broussard) all have accounts. It is easier to type in New Iberia to find all parishes listed. If your church parish is not listed you can use Sacred Heart of New Iberia. Special thanks to Mrs. Robin Landry and Father Keith.

5. Then you should be able to continue from there with Name and email and no credit card information.

Contact Mrs. Annie or 337-256-1565 if you need help.

Previous Lessons

May 3- Our Mother Mary


April 27- Saint Frances Cabrini & Our Lady of Prompt Succor

Mother Cabrini.pdf
OLPS Coloring Sheet.pdf

April 19 St. Bernadette and Our Lady of Lourdes


Prayer Cards


Color Sheet Movie

Field Trip Idea

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April 15 Spiritual Communion, Guardian Angel, Divine Mercy

Act of Spiritual Communion.pdf

Holy Week

This collection of ideas is to help you create a family liturgy in your domestic church. Many of the activities are intended for a broad range of ages, so you can participate in them as a whole family.

  • You can record your prayers, favorite Bible verses, journaling, and artwork in your own Holy Week Journal.
  • This list was comprised with the help of one of Mrs. Annie's favorite websites, Look to Him and Be Radiant. Mrs. Annie edited to serve our SES families specifically.
  • Please know that you are not expected to do ALL of this. This is rather a little something for everyone. Please use as you see fit for your family.
  • Here you can find a great overview of Lent and Holy Week mainly for Parents to answer questions your children may have Lent & Holy Week Infographic
  • Here are small prayer services that can be done as a family each day this week. Holy Week at Home- Prayer Services

Monday of Holy Week

Scripture: John 12:1-11

Video: The Witness Trilogy: God with Us ( (Full Movie)

Video: Holy Week in Two Minutes (1-3)

Craft: Mary Anoints Jesus’ Feet Craft (Pk-1)

Food: Lenten Pretzels

Song: Walking with Jesus (Rosary in Song) (

Rosary 9amStorytime with Fr. Schumacher 11amDaily Mass 12:05pmDivine Mercy Chaplet 3pmEucharistic Exposition & Benediction 6pm

Tuesday of Holy Week

Scripture: John 13:31-38

Video: Jesus in the Desert (PK-3)

Craft: Rooster Color By Number

Food: Your Favorite Chicken Dish (for the cockcrow in the Gospel)

Song: How Can It Be

Rosary 9amStorytime with Fr. Schumacher 11amDaily Mass 12:05pmDivine Mercy Chaplet 3pm

Spy Wednesday

Scripture: Matthew 26:14-25

Video: Spy Wednesday- 30 Pieces of Silver Hunt (All family activity)

Video: Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus (Pk-3)

Craft: Judas' Money Pouch

Food: Money Bag Wontons

Song: Were You There

Rosary 9amStorytime with Fr. Schumacher 11amDaily Mass 12:05pmDivine Mercy Chaplet 3pm

Maundy Thursday

Scripture: John 13:1-15

Video: Brother Francis-The Bread of Life: Celebrating the Eucharist (Pk-3) (

Video: The Veil Removed (Students all viewed this earlier this year; very powerful)

Activity: Family Foot Washing

Food: Hot Cross Buns or Allergy Friendly Version

Song: We Fall Down

Rosary 9amStorytime with Fr. Schumacher 11amDaily Mass 12:05pmDivine Mercy Chaplet 3pmHoly Thursday Service 7pm

Palm Sunday Lesson March 29 (Palm Sunday is April 5)

Holy, Holy.mp4

The file above is a recording of Mrs. Kay singing our version of Hosanna or Holy Holy . You can use for your Hosanna parade :).

Palm Branch.pdf
Holy Week.pdf

Mary & The Annunciation Lesson March 25

Angelus Color Page.pdf

Color page for Pk-K

Angelus Mini Book.pdf

Angelus Prayer for 1st-3rd

Mary Color Sheet.pdf

Color page for Pk-3rd

Video- Pk-3rd

St. Joseph Lesson - March 19


joseph pure heart coloring page.pdf




Divine Mercy- Lent
St. Edward School Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy Chaplet

This presentation is the Divine Mercy chaplet we use at school. This particular presentation is from Lent 2020.

The other file is a recording from this year's Divine Mercy for Louisiana. It is only the final decade. Enjoy!

Novena for Coronavirus

This novena can be started at any time.

During this novena we will be asking the intercession of these saints: The Fourteen Holy Helpers, those who lived during the time of the plague. St. Anthony the Great, patron of those affected by infectious diseases. St. Edmund, patron for victims of pandemics. St. Damien of Molokai, who put himself at risk to minister to lepers. St. Rocco, who is venerated for his prayers for those suffering from infectious diseases. St. Joseph, patron of the dying. St. Jude and St. Rita, patrons of impossible causes. St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, who founded hospitals dedicated to caring for the sick. Mary, Undoer of Knots.

Read more at: and to sign up for daily emails of the prayers.

Panda Rosary- Luminous Mysteries

Luminous Mysteries

This presentation will take you through the Luminous Msyteries of the Rosary just like we do at school.

Traveling Katies

Traveling Katies

If Traveling Katie is in your home over the next month, please make sure that she is displayed somewhere in your home and please gather as a family to ask for her intercession. Please share a picture of her with your student. Right now social media is very overwhelming and scary. Let's flood our pages with things that are good. St. Katharine is definitely something good in our lives!The last homes that Katie was scheduled to be in were the following:PK- Logan Hildago, Gabriel Leblanc, Jackson ChevalonK- Eleanor Humes, Nash Romero1st- Sam Cestia, Cullen Menard2nd- Liam Ellison, Parker Segura3rd- Brielyn CrochetFaculty/Staff- Mrs. Foret