November Week 4 Faith Formation
Welcome to our FOURTH week of November. Here are a few additional resources to use as we approach Advent. Praying for peace and joy for each of you as we enter this beautiful season.
Celebrate Advent at Home
This guide will help prepare your family for the birth of Christ during the entire Advent season. The calendar includes a simple and meaningful action, prayer, or reflection that families can do together at home each day of the Advent season. The calendar is available in English and Spanish. Here is the link:
A Collection of FREE Resources for Advent and Christmas from Saint Mary’s Press
Saint Mary’s Press has a wide variety of Advent and Christmas resources available HERE
Teaching the Liturgical Year
Here is a weekly lesson based on this Sunday’s (November 22nd) Gospel, available to help aid understanding for each age level…includes both educator guides and student activity pages
Continued from Last Week:
Recommended Resources for Lesson 3: Made in His Image but Fallen from Grace
- Video: Bishop Barron on Original Sin
- Video: Archdiocese of Milwaukee: What is Sin?
- Video: Bishop Barron on The Fall
Recommended resources for Called to be his People, Promised a Savior
- Video: Bishop Barron on Abraham, Isaac, and Christ
- Book: A Father Who Keeps His Promises by Scott Hahn
- Book: Bible Basics for Catholics by John Bergsma
- Book: Walking with God: A Journey Through the Bible by Jeff Cavins
- Video: All Saints and All Souls Day
- Video: What is Lectio Divina?
Family Faith Scrapbook
Share a picture of your Scrapbook to our Facebook Family page or send me a picture by Monday, November 30th and your family’s name will go into our November drawing for a $35.00 gift card to Texas Roadhouse.
Also attached, please find the Children’s Worship puzzle sheets that go along with our readings for the week. Find your child’s age and just hit “Print.”
Once again, here is the link to Dynamic Catholic if you wish to sign up for Best Advent Ever, hosted by Matthew Kelly.
Thanksgiving Blessings and Prayers to all of you…from our entire St. Joe’s Staff and Catechists…Be Well and Stay Healthy