This handout provides a series of Scripture passages and real-life accounts to help students reflect on poverty in America.
In 1986, Fr. Jim Notebaart flew to Nairobi, Kenya, to live and work as a missioner. Years later, he told an audience in the United States about an experience of Eucharist as transformation. Read this story and, on a separate …
Characters: Reader, Narrator, Servant, Levi, Hannah, Isaiah, Simeon.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted by the United Nations in 1948, sets the international standard for human rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has thirty articles. The following list paraphrases and summarizes the articles from …
The beliefs, practices, and attitudes of the Catholic faith.
A copy of the Gettysburg Address.
A reading on how to lead a Socratic seminar.
A resource on how to use the jigsaw process, with is a method where students share information and insights from different readings to create a larger picture.
A resource on how to conduct a justice simulation.
A reading on teaching and talking to students about differing abilities, along with several reinforcing activity ideas.
A movie guide with questions pertaining to the film “Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County.”
A lesson plan entitled “Students Teaching Students about Environmental Justice.”
A self-assessment survey on how well students are stewards of creation.
A reading on Thomas Merton and nonviolence.
A list of several conversation starters or self-reflection questions on the topic of justice.
A reading on the principles of Catholic social teaching.
A set of questions based on real-world situations and dilemmas that a person may be dealing with.
A reading on the Biblical foundation of justice.
This resource is part of the Living in Christ Series. It offers various project ideas for students who have recently studied ecclesiology, especially ecumenism and interreligious dialogue.
"Commitment to human life and dignity, to human rights and solidarity"; these are elements of what is commonly understood as social justice. In the Church today we have numerous "icons" we can look to in order to guide us in …
I walked with George the other day, And this is what he had to say: "If this is what its come to, then I'm glad that I've passed on. For the foundation laid so long ago apparently is gone. What …
"Be at peace among yourselves." (1 Thessalonians 5:13) "None of us is alone in this world; each of us is a vital piece of the great mosaic of humanity as a whole." (Pope John Paul II, Israel-Palestine) Think About That …
After the terrorist attacks of September 11, my students discussed Catholic social teaching on war and peace. One of my students said, "This is not the time to be Catholic; this is the time to be an American." He was …
"Africa has been the land of hope, salvation, and redemption. Abraham had come to Africa, Joseph from slave to savior. It was the land of refuge for Jesus and helped to carry his cross. Will we continue to dismiss Africa …
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