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Gathering Families to teach about Mercy is the most effective way to teach the children
In this wonderful and useful outline, everything you need to succeed at teaching about Mercy in your inter-generational gatherings is provided: Step-by-step time clock, all the talking points, handouts, prayer, and theological background.
If you aren't holding gatherings for whole families, this is an excellent time to begin.
This outline leads to these learning objectives:
To understand the meaning of the church’s teaching on mercy, and to learn how to practice the Works of Mercy in your family life
To become more aware of the enormous gift of God’s mercy as it is directed toward us even while we are still selfish and sinful
To learn how the ministry of the church helps us realize and accept God’s mercy through the sacraments and community life
To make solid decisions about ways that we will extend our mercy toward each other
To review the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy as a practical way to live our faith
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The Pastoral Center
Bill Huebsch is an author, theologian, former director of religious education, and long-time Catholic publishing professional. He is also a husband, a widely-published and award-winning author, a gardener, a university professor, and a pretty qualified corkscrew operator. He has been a farmer, a marketing director, arts administrator, director of religious education, and diocesan administrator. Bill has published nearly thirty books as well as numerous articles, booklets, and screenplays.
Bill is the founder of the online Pastoral Center and past president of Twenty-Third Publications. Bill writes and teaches extensively on the catechetical mission of the Church and on the importance of continuing to implement the vision of the Second Vatican Council.