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Students order important events from the 19th and 20th centuries.
This handout provides questions for students to research on the Internet about Renaissance Humanism.
Write a five-paragraph essay summarizing changes and significant events that affected the Church from the 700s through the 800s. Your essay must include suitable citations. You may use article 17, “Charlemagne: Holy Roman Emperor,” in the student book as a …
Find the biblical passages assigned to you, and then write on the line the words from the Mass that refer to or echo the passage.
A worksheet that visually explores the differences between Catholic and catholic.
A chart that compares and contrasts the specific qualities of bishops, priests, and deacons.
A number of questions on the leadership structure of the Church.
An activity where students are asked to locate information about their local diocese.
An activity where students assess their role in evangelization.
A worksheet where students are asked about ordinary charisms and religious charisms.
A worksheet where students are asked to explain each of the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit and then compose a short essay on instances where the gifts helped them out in difficult situations.
A chart that students are asked to fill in with at least two examples of ways the Church models the four marks of the Church, and at least two examples of ways they model the four marks of the Church.
An activity where students are given a chart containing the meanings, strengths, and limitations of each of the five models of the Church and asked to answer related questions.
A homework assignment on mapping the Trinity.
A chart used to draw parallels between the feasts of Shavuot and Christian Pentecost.
A preassessment of knowledge on the Church's Liturgy.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students can identify various items that might be found in the "Domestic Church" - that is, the Christian home and family.
This handout is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students can fill in the blanks to learn or review key concepts about the development of Trinitarian theology.
OVERVIEW This is a youth catechetical session intended to lead young people to an understanding of Pope John Paul II's life, ministry, general papal responsibilities, and the procedure for electing a new pontiff. It can be used in a …
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