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Students list leisure activities in which they participate before rating the frequency and satisfaction for each.
Circles of Learning
This handout provides a diagram for students to fill in as they reflect on the impact of friendship and relationships.
Goals of Formal Education
Students rank eight possible goals of formal education based on their importance or relevance.
Cases to Examine: Levels of Independence
Students read several scenarios and rank the level of independence demonstrated.
Personality Perceptions of __________
Students choose adjectives from a list to describe a specific person.
This handout provides a series of questions for students to answer about themselves.
How Do I Know That I Am Fully Alive?
This handout asks students to rank statements according to their beliefs about what it means to be fully alive.
Cases to Examine: Dealing with Conflict
This handout provides three situations for students to read and evaluate. Students must give a suggestion for how to respond to the conflict in each scenario based on the strategies in the book.
Cases to Examine: Self-respect
This handout provides three situations where teenagers are not fully respecting themselves. Students read the situations and respond with suggestions that demonstrate more self-respect.
TV Truth: Keeping a Record
This handout provides a chart to help students keep track of the types of truths and lies portrayed on TV.
An Inventory on Money Matters
This handout provides a chart to help students keep track of their expenditures during one week
Cases to Examine: What Are We Afraid Of?
Students read several real-life scenarios and explore the many fears, anxieties, and pressures that influence decisions.
The Literature of Love
Reflection questions on William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116.
Meeting the Needs of Sick People
A worksheet on sickness and healing in a community context.
Jesus' Healing Presence
A worksheet that asks students to locate and answer questions about a healing story from each of the Gospels.
"The Secret Garden"
A set of questions that can be used to reflect on the movie “The Secret Garden,” a film that is an excellent example of reconciliation.
A set of questions that can be used to reflect on the movie “My Life” and the key themes surrounding the sacrament of Reconciliation.
Am I a Sacrament of Reconciliation?
This exercise can give students a better sense of their role as an instrument for reconciliation.
A worksheet that explores several different types of hunger that we experience.
That Catholic Feeling
Whether or not you have been baptized, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults outlines a process for growing in faith. Here are four statements from the introduction to the rite that describe characteristics of the process. After each statement, …
My Baptismal History
If you were an infant when you were baptized, ask the following questions of your parents to learn more about the celebration of the sacrament. If you remember your Baptism, answer the questions yourself and ask your parents for details …
A Healthy Approach to Life
It may be easy to think of church councils as having very little to do with our personal life. Yet the themes of Vatican Council II—change and renewal—are ones that we are called to live out for the rest of …
Hugh's Life, My Life
After reading the fictional story of Hugh in the textbook, use the chart below to reflect on the similarities and differences in the faith life of Hugh and you!
Jesus as Sacrament!
For each statement below, use your Bible to find at least three stories from the life of Jesus that support each theme. Write the citation of the stories under their respective statement, and be sure to tell which sacrament is …
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