From the Catholic Company http://www.catholiccompany.com/content/The-Apostles-Creed.cfm
Apostles’ Creed Activities from The Catholic Toolbox http://catholicblogger1.blogspot.ca/2012/08/apostles-creed-activities.html and Nicene Creed Activities http://catholicblogger1.blogspot.ca/2011/10/nicene-creed-activities.html
Analysing the Apostles’ Creed (Times Educational Supplement) https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Analysing-the-Apostle-s-Creed-Catholic-Education-6126715
Three Ways to Teach the Creed to Younger Children (The Catechist’s Journey) https://catechistsjourney.loyolapress.com/2017/01/three-ways-to-teach-the-creed-to-younger-children/
Part One of the Catechism of the Catholic Church explores the Creed.
Why Do Catholics Have Two Creeds? Fr. William Saunders Catholic Education Resource Centre
Resources for Catholic Educators: The Creed
Busted Halo: 314 – What’s the difference between the Nicean Creed and the Apostles’ Creed? see also the Busted Halo Creed Archives
Understanding five key purposes of the creed OSV Weekly
The Nicene Creed Mary Birmingham Catholic Faith Life and Creed
The Nicene Creed is the profession of faith that summaries what Catholics believe. A creed (Latin, credo) is the summary of beliefs shared by a religious community. Two creeds summarize the faith of Catholic Christians: the Nicene Creed and the Apostles’ Creed. The Nicene Creed is said after the homily by the people assembled at Sunday Mass throughout the Universal Church.
What we call “the Nicene Creed” is more accurately called the Nicene-Constantinople Creed. Download the Nicene Creed. You may also want to compare the original Nicene Creed with the one we know today.
In this webcast series, the Creed is divided into sections and speakers go into what those sections mean.
There are seven sessions. Each is presented in 20-minute segments with reflection / discussion questions presented after each segment. Use the questions for personal reflection either alone or in a small group.