Each statement below is a core belief of the Catholic faith. Choose a symbol (“I get it,” “I’m unsure,” or “I don’t get it”) that best reflects your understanding of each belief. Then briefly explain what you might know about …
Everyone knows what it feels like to be on the inside and the outside of a group of people. Fill in the statements below, and then write a prayer to Jesus asking for his help when you are an outsider …
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.
People may go through ups and downs in faith or have a mixture of feelings and experiences regarding their faith. For each description, list some times when you have experienced mixed feelings about your faith. You could also list questions …
Read each sentence, and decide if it describes Mary or Martha. Write your choice on the line that follows.
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.
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.
A worksheet that has students describe what Jesus is like and why.
Use the assigned passages from Scripture to fill in the answers to the following questions.
Read one of the following accounts of healing, and then answer the questions below.
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 …
Locate the following passages in the Bible. Write each verse on the lines provided.
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.
Read the Gospel passages below, and write a summary statement or two about what Jesus tells us about prayer.
Brainstorm personal family issues that are of concern to you as well as any issues that may be troubling your friends. Using the outline below as a guide, write a personal intercessory prayer in the blank space.
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), …
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!)
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.
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