They work well for catechists to pull up on a smartphone and pass around a class to read, as well as show through a projector, or just link to it from the Parish/School website.
These reflections are examples of ordinary people sharing their faith, personal stories, and requests for God’s help through the journey of their own stations. For the most part, they are gut level Lenten reflections, free of polarizing ideologies. Thus, this blog is not only a great stand alone resource for Lenten reflection, but also a model of how we Catholics can proclaim our faith without becoming bogged down by in-house ideological differences.
For additional information, contact Tim Welch, Catholic Education Ministries at email@example.com
St. Robert of Newminster Parish of Ada, MI is offering their fourth annual grandparent/grandchild camp on June 26, 27, 28, 2017 from 9:30 to 12:00 at the parish center.
Grandparents and grandchildren ages 8 - 12 come together for a the three-day faith learning experience that includes faith sharing, praying, games and crafts. Grandparents have the opportunity to share faith and create memories.
The program is created and organized by Jolana Peard, using a variety of ideas and resources.
The theme for 2017 is The Holy Family based on Luke 2: 4 - 5, with daily lessons entitled, meet the family, what's in a name?, and the wise guys.
Themes for previous years: The Jesse Tree, The 12 Tribes, and Noah's Ark.
To learn more about this "best practice," contact Jolana Peard, pastoral associate of elementary ministries.