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An activity, including a discussion and a craft, on forgiving friends and family members, based on The Catholic Children’s Bible featured story “Jesus Teaches Us to Forgive”, Matthew 18:21–35.
A series of interview questions that students can ask married couples about symbols and marriage.
A worksheet where students are asked to interview several adults about their Confirmation experiences.
The leader’s copy of several preassessment questions and answers used to gauge students’ knowledge of the Sacraments of Holy Orders and Matrimony.
A number of real-world scenarios that deal with the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit and the fruits of the Holy Spirit.
A set of discussion questions centered around the meaning of Redemption: a matter of unconditional love, from "The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ."
A listing of scripture passages and complementary discussion questions from “The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ.”
The Leader’s Guide for a preassessment of students’ knowledge of the Sacraments.
Guidelines for critiquing “What is My Story?” from “The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ.”
An activity based on reflecting on moments in your life in which you faced a significant challenge, from “The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ.”
A list of Scripture readings that can be included in celebrating the Rite of Marriage, from "Christian Morality: Our Response to God's Love."
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. It invites students to reflect on the significance of key symbols used in baptism.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students can read the account of Jesus' baptism and answer questions about it.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students ask the provided to questions to adults who can tell them about the details of that student's baptism. A reflection on the significance of the sacrament is done at …
These activities are easily adapted for family members at home. When gathered for a meal, or for the specific purpose of these activities, family members can do one activity, a couple, or all of them, depending on the amount of time …
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