Tag: relationship

  • Faith Reflection: Conscience

    Saint Paul wrote that the difference between what we will know in heaven is as great as the difference between what we know now and what we knew when we were children: When I was a child, my speech, feelings, and thinking were all those of a child; now that I am a man, I […]

  • Multiple “Signs” of Intelligence in the Bible

    Read about Howard Gardner’s eight “signs” of intelligence (and at wikipedia). Consider the first seven intelligences for this activity: Spatial – picture smart Bodily-Kinesthetic – body smart Musical – music smart Linguistic – word smart Logical-mathematical – number smart Interpersonal – people smart Intrapersonal – self smart Small Group Process: Task 1: Form groups of […]

  • A Personal Invitation

    I invite all of you who follow Jesus, wherever you are, to spend time every day renewing your personal relationship with him, letting him touch your hearts. Scripture As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you. Abide in my love. John 15:9 Prayer Loving God and Father, open my mind and heart […]

  • Where Hope Grows

    Why do you think the film is titled Where Hope Grows? What changes do you see in Calvin, Milt, Colt, Katie and the other characters throughout the film? Discuss how you see the growth of hope throughout the story. Who or what is the source of hope? How does Calvin’s relationship with Produce help him […]

  • Be Forgiving

    Theme 1: What does it really mean to forgive? Outcomes Students will examine the ways Jesus models forgiveness define forgiveness express the Christian call to forgiveness identify areas in their life where they are called to forgive name and appreciate the fruits of forgiveness Key Concepts “Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy” (Matthew […]

  • Be Loving

    Theme 1: What is love? Outcomes Students will examine and evaluate their understanding of love analyze Scripture pas- sages where Christ models love explore the Christian dimensions of love within the context of popular notions of love analyze ways they love others because they love themselves articulate what it means to be loved and to love […]

  • Be With Me

    Theme Who do I want to be with? Outcomes Students will explore and express the qualities of relationships they want to have name how they want others to “be with them” know that each person has been created with the freedom to shape his or her own relationships repeat and explain the Beatitudes identify ways […]

  • A Closer Look: Peace vs Just War

    Over the centuries, the Catholic Church has developed a teaching on peace and just war. Peace: CCC 2304 Peace, it states, is the result of justice and charity. One must always be a creator of peace and reconciliation. Just War: CCC 2309 If relationships between peoples become so tense that war threatens, certain clear conditions for a […]

  • But I Don’t Teach Religion

    Judith Dunlap, When You Teach in a Catholic School(2004) writes, “Whether you teach science or math, music or gym, you are responsible for supporting the religion teacher by helping shape the faith and value system of the young people in your classes. Religion isn’t just about learning the facts of history and how to read […]

  • Glory Road Essay Question: What Does It Take to Change the World?

    After viewing the film Glory Road write a 5 paragraph essay response to the question: What Does It Take to Change the World? Pick and choose from the following six ideas to develop your own thesis and topic sentences. In your essay refer to specific detail from the film, your own experiences, and passages from […]