Chapter 43 Activity: Keeping the Seventh, Eighth, and Tenth Commandments
Students are asked to list 10 practical ways to keep the 7th, 8th, and 10th Commandments.
Themes in Paul’s Epistles
An artistic presentation of several themes in Paul’s epistles, and the Scripture passages they correspond to.
How Paul’s Conversion Changed His Life
A worksheet using Scripture passages to show how Saint Paul’s attitude toward Christ and Christians, Gentiles, and his enemies changed after his conversion.
The Story of Betrayal
Read the following accounts from Sacred Scripture about Judas Iscariot: John 13:21–30, Matthew 26:14–16, 26:47–56, 27:3–10. Then number the sentences below in the order they take place in the Gospels.
Read Matthew 9:9–13. Answer the questions below.
Is This Mary or Martha?
Read each sentence, and decide if it describes Mary or Martha. Write your choice on the line that follows.
Mary Magdalene: Apostle of the Resurrection?
Write a short essay comparing Mary Magdalene to one of the Apostles. Support any comparison you make with a Gospel and verses about the Apostle.
An Interview with Mary Magdalene
Read the following Scripture passages and then answer the interview questions as if you were Mary Magdalene.
Fill in the blanks by referring to Luke 1:5–25,57–66.
Jesus' Arrest and Sentencing
Use the assigned passages from Scripture to fill in the answers to the following questions.
Exploring the Healing Miracles
Read one of the following accounts of healing, and then answer the questions below.
"It's All about God" Versus "It's All about Me"
Look up the Kingdom of God Scripture passage(s), and summarize the main idea in the story or saying in the “It’s All about God” column. Under the other column for that same passage, write how someone writing from an “It’s …
Jesus the Good Shepherd
Locate the following passages in the Bible. Write each verse on the lines provided.
Reflecting on the Lord's Prayer
Next to each phrase from the Lord’s Prayer, write another version of the phrase, using more current language or simply putting the words in a different way.
Jesus, the Expert on Prayer
Read the Gospel passages below, and write a summary statement or two about what Jesus tells us about prayer.
Human Rights and the Life of Jesus
Match the events in Jesus’ life outlined below with the articles from the United Nations documents “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” and “United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child,” outlined on the handout “Human Rights” (Document #: TX003012), …
The Birth of Jesus
A fill in the blank worksheet from the birth narrative of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke.
Look up the following passages in the Book of Ruth and briefly explain how one person blesses another in these verses. (There may be more than one blessing going on at one time!)
The Life of Moses: A Chronology
Number the following events in the correct chronological order. After each event, note the chapter and verse from Exodus that describes the event.
A worksheet with tough decisions students may be faced with in their lives.
Shapes of Support
Like Job we all need friends and family members to whom we can turn in our times of pain and sorrow. Fortunately our support comes in all shapes and sizes! Use these fill-in-the-blank statements to think about the people to …
The Suffering of Job
A worksheet with questions about how the book of Job applies to the students’ lives.
The Patriarch Family Tree
A fill in the blank family tree of several generations of people in the Old Testament.
Fill in these blanks to create sentences that could relate to a modern-day situation—either your own or someone else’s.
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