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The descriptions below relate to the Church, present and past. Write the word or name from the box that matches each description. Some words will be used more than once.
Activities for Chapter 14 The Organization of the Catholic Church, including a core activity, core activity extension, and additional activities.
Several strips of paper that may come in handy when researching the role of the Magisterium.
A chart outlining different types of Church documents, the author and audience of each particular document, and what’s in each document.
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.
A homework assignment on mapping the Trinity.
A preassessment of knowledge on the Church's Liturgy.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students may 'agree' or 'disagree' with various statements about the Church as a way to preassess the class.
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 activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students are asked to familiarize themselves various places and people in their diocese and archdiocese.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. It is a short answer activity that discusses the various roles of different people in the Catholic Church, including their responsibilities and qualifications.
A word search on the mystery of the Church. Please note that this document is only available as a PDF.
This project is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students are asked to do research on the mark of the Church as 'One' using various websites.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students are asked to write down 10 things they know about the Catholic Church.
This worksheet is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students can explores the effects of the Holy Spirit in the Acts of the Apostles and today.
This activity is part of the Living in Christ Series. Students can read about the Catholic Church through various media outlets and answer these questions.
Student handout: Activity for chapter 19
Lord God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, We lift up in prayer Pope Francis, The successor of Peter, The Bishop of Rome, Our Holy Father, The Vicar of Christ on Earth. He has been called to lead your Church. Strengthen …
Preparation - Prior to the beginning of prayer, you may select three young people to assist: a presider and two readers. - You will notice that the response to the Litany of the Saints is in both English and Latin. …
Must--Should--Can Instructions: Check all the responsibilities you believe a pope must do in the MUST column, the responsibilities he should do in the SHOULD column, and the responsibilities he can do in the CAN column. # Responsibility MUST SHOULD CAN …
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 …
These activities are easily adapted for family members at home. When gathered for a meal, or for the specific purpose of these activities, family members can do one activity, a couple, or all of them, depending on the amount of time …
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