A worksheet on identifying symbols and rituals from objects and actions, from “The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ.”
Preassessment questions on students’ knowledge of the Sacraments.
A research assignment on the Liturgical Year: unfolding the Paschal Mystery.
Guidelines for critiquing “What is My Story?” from “The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ.”
An activity on human expression through ritual from "The Sacraments: Encounters with Christ."
A preassessment of knowledge on the Church's Liturgy.
A worksheet dealing with the rite of the Sacrament of Matrimony, from "Christian Morality: Our Response to God's Love."
This worksheet is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students can learn about the 7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit and use their own words to describe what each gift is.
This handout is part of the Living in Christ Series. It gives students spaces to write their own intentions and petitions as a prayer activity.
This resource is part of the Living in Christ Series. It is a handout for students to use the Mind Map format to brainstorm and explore relationships and associations between ideas and words.
This handout is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students may use it as a quick reference to key ideas behind the Cycle of Redemption in the Old Testament.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students are asked to reflect on important historical documents and consider the overall significance of studying history.
In this activity, students are asked to find various famous Old Testament stories and events by searching through Scripture.
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.
A thank-you card activity to give thanks for the special people in students' lives.
Stories are not just for young children. Everyone loves a good story and good storytelling is a useful tool for teaching. Using folktales as a teaching tool in a catechetical setting or a religion class can help teens understand the …
Remember the television show from the late 80's called "Doogie Howser, M.D.?" At the end of every show, Doogie would sit down at his computer and write a 2 or 3 sentence "blurb" that perfectly summed up his day and …
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