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This handout provides questions for students to reflect on and answer as they read quotations from this Constitution.
Reflection questions on William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116.
It is important for us to take stock of where we are in life and put plans in place to achieve our goals. It is important to do that in our spiritual life as well. We are all spiritual people. …
For the next twenty-four hours, pay attention to experiences and details of your day. The following list suggests phenomena for you to observe, and you may think of other subjects for observation. Create an observation journal on a separate sheet …
Reflection on the First Commandment.
A research assignment worksheet done in pairs to find important information about different religious orders.
A worksheet completed in groups about the symbolic words and actions that take place during the Rite of Ordination, as well as their meaning and effect.
This resource is a group activity worksheet that has students list examples of the Bishop’s roles in the areas of teaching, governing, and sanctifying.
A series of questions that help young people reflect on what God is calling them to become.
A set of reflection questions, based on the four objects of love.
A series of reflection questions to be asked after viewing the movie about the life of Mother Teresa.
Several questions about yourself and relationships to consider before entering into the permanent covenant of marriage.
A numbers of questions relating to the equality of men and women in society as well as in marriage.
A movie guide with questions pertaining to the film “Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County.”
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