Lectionary-Based Gospel Dramas Series

What better way to bring the Gospel alive for teens than through drama? Using reproducible scripts, the dramas in this two-book series "break open" the Gospels for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Holy Week, and Easter, moving the hearts and minds of Catholic youth and adults alike. By engaging in these dramas, participants act as catechist, lector, Gospel players, improv artists, small-group leaders, and audience—making themselves part of a unique learning environment that allows young people to be catechists for themselves and for one another.

The dramas are powerful yet easy to stage. The leader's role is purposefully minimal, allowing teens to take the leading roles in the production. These dramas have been used successfully in school classrooms, parish religious education programs, youth groups, RCIA catechesis, homiletic reflections at Mass, and retreats.

Each book contains everything you need to produce 10 dramas, including 10 reproducible scripts and 10 full-page icons by Vicki Shuck (an essential component for visual learners). Imagine the excitement and learning your teens will experience as they live the Gospel through drama!

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Lectionary-Based Gospel Dramas for Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany

By Sheila O'Connell-Roussell and Terri Vorndran Nichols

$26.25

The dramas are powerful yet easy to stage. The leader's role is purposefully minimal, allowing teens to take the leading roles in the production. These dramas have been used successfully in school classrooms, parish religious education programs, youth groups, RCIA catechesis, homiletic reflections at Mass, and retreats.

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Lectionary-Based Gospel Dramas for Lent and the Easter Triduum

By Sheila O'Connell-Roussell and Terri Vorndran Nichols

$30.50

The dramas are powerful yet easy to stage. The leader's role is purposefully minimal, allowing teens to take the leading roles in the production. These dramas have been used successfully in school classrooms, parish religious education programs, youth groups, RCIA catechesis, homiletic reflections at Mass, and retreats.

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