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This handout provides a set of guidelines and instructions to help students successfully participate in a Socratic seminar.
This handout helps students list characteristics that come from society and from Jesus’ teachings that describe what it means to be human.
This handout challenges students to reflect on and brainstorm what it would have been like to create Church teachings and rules shortly after Jesus’ death and resurrection.
This small-group activity provides each group with an example of Christ's mission. Groups must answer questions surrounding their particular example.
This handout provides three situations for students to read and evaluate. Students must decide if the story shows an example of Euthanasia.
With your group, read Saint Ignatius of Antioch’s letter to the Romans. Then answer the following questions.
You will be guided through this handout, taking notes and answering questions as directed in your class.
A worksheet completed in groups about the history, role, and characteristics of secular institutes.
A scripture passage from the Gospel of Luke about Martha and Mary is read along with a commentary, and is followed by large group discussion questions.
A partially independent and partially group completed worksheet for students to fill out about the inspirations and charisms of a particular religious congregation or order.
A worksheet completed in groups about the effects of the Sacrament of Holy Orders from both the book and the student’s personal knowledge.
A reflection worksheet and class discussion on the video Gang Busters: One Man’s Mission to Stop Bullets by Creating Jobs.
This resource is a discussion guide and worksheet about the call to priestly ministry based on the film clip from There Be Dragons.
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