Teach students not only what the four marks of the Church ARE, but why they are important and how they are found in Scripture and Tradition.
This collection of activities is a no-prep unit for any catechist or schoolteacher that does NOT require
Ready to help students get to know their Confirmation saints better and develop deeper relationships with their role models (as well as improving writing skills to boot)?
Use one or both of these essay-writing activities to prepare for Confirmation
Help students not only understand the annunciation and the immaculate conception, but also avoid confusion and stop mixing up these two important Marian feasts!
Use this quick handout to compare and contrast the two events, including mnemonic
One way to deepen students' understanding of the saints is to recognize their short and long-term legacies in the Church and world.
Use this short research project to help students identify the "evidence" of their saint's life (writings,
Whether it's Advent or you are teaching the Marks of the Church during another liturgical season, use this FREE activity to teach students how the marks are beautifully echoed in this image.
This quick activity can be taught in part of one class