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This activity asks students to illustrate the organization of the Church by filling in the title of the group or role described in each box.
Students will examine seven different images of God’s people used in the Bible, and describe what each image reveals about God’s relationship with his people.
Students create a storyboard to show how God is revealed in Sacred Tradition.
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!
Correlation to Curriculum Framework Course IV: Jesus Christ’s Mission Continues in the Church from The Church: Christ in the World Today.
In your visit to a different Christian Church, be prepared to ask the church’s representative some thoughtful questions about what they believe, their mission, and their worship. Here are some questions to start with. You might also think of other …
Answer the following questions about the models of the Church.
Write at least two examples of ways that the Church and you model the four Marks of the Church.
Answer each question by writing what you know for sure, what you think you know but are unsure about, and things related to the topic that you would like to explore.
You will be guided through this handout, taking notes and answering questions as directed in your class.
Answer the following questions, which reflect specific beliefs contained within the Apostle’s Creed. If you are uncertain about your answer, write the letter “U” next to it. If you have no knowledge of a particular topic, leave the space blank.
Each statement below is a core belief of the Catholic faith. Choose a symbol (“I get it,” “I’m unsure,” or “I don’t get it”) that best reflects your understanding of each belief. Then briefly explain what you might know about …
In the time allotted for this exercise, answer each question to the best of your knowledge. Each set of questions corresponds to the units you will study in this course and represents content you will cover in more detail in …
A worksheet completed in groups about the history, role, and characteristics of secular institutes.
A partially independent and partially group completed worksheet for students to fill out about the inspirations and charisms of a particular religious congregation or order.
A preassessment for students about their knowledge of terms associated with consecrated life.
A worksheet with questions about the future of priestly ministry.
A worksheet completed in groups about the effects of the Sacrament of Holy Orders from both the book and the student’s personal knowledge.
While watching the PowerPoint “The Formation of a Priest”, the students must fill out this worksheet by filling in the blanks.
A preassessment about things that a student already knows, thinks that they know, and wants to know about the Sacrament of Holy Orders.
A preassessment of one’s knowledge of terms and concepts associated with the Vocation of Holy Orders.
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. …
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