Linda shared the following great story:
One day my first grade class was practicing the Glory Be in unison. It seems that the better they know a prayer the louder they pray, so when I walked by one little gal, there was no question about what she said at the end of the prayer: “is now, and ever shall be, world without MEN. Amen” I guess I should have corrected her!
You can find more great stories like Linda’s and share your own story about things that one of your students (child or adult) said or did that made you crack up, smile, or just blew your mind, right here on my blog as we spend the summer sharing Stories on the Journey.
All summer long, I’m inviting you to share your stories about your experiences as catechists – the joys, frustrations, hilarious moments, sacred moments, challenges, opportunities, successes, not-so-successful moments, creative moments, mentors and heroes, and callings. Each week, I’ll post a topic inviting you to share a brief story here on my blog (by typing in the LEAVE A COMMENT box at the end of my post).
- Keep your story brief – 1 or 2 paragraphs is fine.
- Return each day to read the stories that others are posting
- Feel free to comment on one another’s stories
- You need not share your full name…first names will do
Looking forward to hearing from you!!!
Enjoy stories from Week 1: How Did I Get Into This?