In these activities students consider how they can stay connected to God and each other in meaningful ways that enhance their spirituality and connection to their faith.
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Help students to explore how Christian beliefs shape the way Catholics view themselves and others. In upper secondary, students will Students will explore the diversity of religious and spiritual beliefs in Australian society.
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What does it mean to be a steward and how do you do it? Explore the idea with these classroom questions and activities.
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These questions and activities look at how students can be changemakers to fulfil their role as stewards in caring for creation.
The following questions and activities help students make connections between Catholic theology, social teachings and lived experience. In the early years, we start by taking a look at houses (ours, Jesus’ and God’s) as a way of building the knowledge and skills to do this.
These questions and activities teach students how to deal with change in their own lives and then explore how change interacts with Church teachings and belief.
While these questions and activities were designed for use before and after the Voice campaign, they are general in nature and suitable for use with teaching a Catholic approach to any divisive or polarising social issue.
How did Jesus teach us to deal with change? Was Jesus a changemaker? Who were some influential female changemakers from Biblical times? How does the Church change and deal with change when it comes to issues of gender?
Catholic remembrance is about gratitude, learning and connecting with those who are already in God’s presence. The antithesis of this is glorifying war. As Catholics remember, we consider the preciousness of each human and how God loves us all.