In this creative and practical resource, Sr. Janet Schaeffler shows us step by step how to introduce young minds and hearts to all these wonderful ways of being Catholic. Some activities include:
A daily Advent project that invites families to appreciate the gift of the Incarnation
An exploration of Lenten symbols, prayers and liturgical objects such as ashes, palm branches, the color purple, the desert, and the Stations of the Cross
A group project to help students personalize Catholic social teaching A Marian feast activity to build awareness of the powerful and loving role Mary plays in daily living
Each activity includes background for catechists, materials lists, reproducible blackline masters, lesson starters, instructions, prayers, and options to extend the activities.
Janet Schaeffler, OP, is the author of many books and articles, including The Spirituality of the Catechist, and The Creed: A Catechist’s Guide, both from Twenty-Third Publications.
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Janet Schaeffler, OP—an Adrian Dominican Sister—has spent many years in parish and archdiocesan catechetical ministry (most recently as Director of Adult Faith Formation for the archdiocese of Detroit). The author of hundreds of articles and several publications in catechetical and parish ministry, her articles can be found in The Priest, Catechetical Leader, Catechist, Ministry and Liturgy, etc. Janet currently accompanies others on their faith-journey through days of reflection/retreats, parish missions, workshops, catechist formation opportunities, adult faith formation opportunities, Myers-Briggs explorations, and online courses.