Together We Journey, March 10

Personal Testimony: Molly McCann

I shared my friend Molly’s story with many of you last March, where you added your prayers for their safety and well-being after she and her two young boys were involved in a car accident. Molly recorded this testimony for her church, Celebration Lutheran in Sartell, but gave me permission to also share with you. Thank you for your prayers, and I know you will find hope in Molly’s reflections.

Trigger warning: Molly will speak about her car accident and her son’s time in the hospital after the accident.

This Week – Student Tasks

Lenten packets were sent out in the mail last week, and are attached to the weekly parent email.

Assisi
  • Knowing our Catholic Faith, pages 26-29
  • Lent Packet: pages 5-6
Lourdes
  • Bridges to Faith, pages 91-96
  • Lent Packet, week 3
Santiago
  • Called to be Catholic, pages 54-56
  • Chapter 7 Review / Assessment

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Together We Pray

Age Level Engagement Videos and Activities

Santiago: Why Stations of the Cross?

Lourdes – What is Mercy?

Assisi – Chapter-by-Chapter Eucharist

Liturgical Connection Links

These links contain resources to help your family pray the Mass, especially if you’re doing so from home. They are not required work for faith formation.

Gospel Background and home lessons at Loyola Sunday Connection

Growing with the Gospel worksheet grades K & 1 Download

Growing with the Gospel worksheet grades 2 & 3 Download

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