or Stone - Penitential Preparation
Objective: Helping students to reflect on the impact that
their actions have on the lives of others.
Y2K - on the Psalm
Objective: Understanding that the psalms were for the people
of Israel (and can still be for us) a means of expressing
awareness of God's powerful presence in everyday life.
- The Church
Objective: The students will reflect on "the language"
of faith expressed through church architecture and liturgical
of the Cross Project
Objective: Students will illustrate a "Station of the
- Praying your
Objective: The students will be invited to draw upon their
personnal experiences to enter into prayer.
- Listening to the Lord's Prayer
Objective: The participants will be invited to meditate on the words of the Lord's prayer as the Word of God.
Objective: The participants will be invited to reflect
on the beatitudes as blueprints for discipleship.
- To Die for:
Objective: The participants will reflect on the martyrdom of
Christians in the past and be invited to reflect on the meaning
of this faith witness in their own lives as followers of Christ
- A Note from
Objective: The participants will reflect on a scripture passage
and be invited to respond by writing a short prayer to Jesus.
Glass" Bulletin Board
Objective: The students will reflect on the uniqueness of each
person and of their role in God's plan.
- A Word of
Objective: Given a biblical notation, the students will be
able to find the passage in the Bible.
- "Bless me!"
Objective: The students will be invited to reflect on how what
we say to or about others either "blesses" them or "curses" them.
- " I Believe
Objective: Students will be invited to refect on the Nicene
Creed and to write their own creed.
- "Love Mirror..."
Objective: Students will be invited to reflect on 1 Corinthian
13; 3-7 and to use this text as a "mirror" to examine the quality
of their love for others.
- "Love Letters"
Objective: Experience the love of God in the love of one's
parents and through scriptures.
Objective: The students will reflect on the difference
between love and infatuation.
- A Byte
of Bible a Day
Objective: The students will be invited to read Scriptures
and to react to it in writing.
Activities - Saints
A few suggestions of activities aiming at helping students
learn about Saints, identify with them, and reflect on the role
me Count the Ways"
Objective: The student will make a list of possible loving
actions and implement a few of them.
Space for God"
Objectives: The students will be invited to let God enter more
fully into their lives.