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Celebrating Saints: Luke—October 18

PATRICIA MATHSON The Gospel of Luke is sometimes called the Gospel of mercy because it includes many teachings of Jesus about God’s forgiveness and mercy....

Engage Students in Advent by Creating a Blog

SR. CAROLINE CERVENY, SSJ-TOSF Advent can be a busy season of parties and shopping. It also presents creative opportunities to reflect on the meaning of...

Bears Can Eat Red Apples or Marshmallows

CONNIE STEWART Connie Stewart's students learn the names of the seven Sacraments with the help of this simple sentence: Bears Can Eat Red Apples or...

Lend a Hand, Lift a Heart!

MARY ANN DOBBS 'Lend a Hand, Lift a Heart!' was the theme for the religious education program at St. Roch Parish in Flat Rock, MI....

Seeing, Hearing, Experiencing: Sharing the Mysteries of the Triduum

Although the Triduum takes place over three days—counting from sundown to sundown, according to Jewish tradition, from Holy Thursday night to Easter Sunday evening—help your students begin to grasp that the Triduum is one three-day, continuous celebration. Unless we see these days as an organic whole, we miss their interconnectedness.

A Vocation Vocabulary: Know What You’re Talking About

by Karen M. Elliott, CPPSThe biblical stories of individuals called into a vocational covenant with God and God’s people are as inspiring today...

Complete-A-Project Bible Search: Jesus, the Good Shepherd

This Complete-A-Project Bible Search Activity is for teacher and students (grades 4-6) working together.

The Divine Praises – Sung by Matt Maher and Audrey Assad at WYD 2016

An easy version to sing along with... The Divine Praises sung by Matt Maher and Audrey Assad. Suitable for all ages, for prayer. Video is...

Forward Pass for Values

Helping your students think critically about Super Bowl advertising and the halftime show can lead to a fruitful discussion about Christian values.

Mary: Disciple and Woman of Faith

A Theological Reflection