Show and Tell: Sharing Your Story of Faith

Children ask a lot of pointed and profound questions about God that can be difficult for us to answer. Right up there with the question of “Why do bad things happen to good people?” has to be the question “What’s your story of faith?” or “Why do you believe in God?” While our students might not ask such questions using exactly these words, they will often try to ferret out from us why we believe […]

Adults Sharing Faith – Kids Listen In

Last week, we hosted an evening of adult faith formation at St. Cajetan parish that featured 5 adults forming a panel to share their stories of faith connected with the Rosary. While the event was sparsely populated (I’ve yet to solve the mystery of getting parents to attend faith formation while their children are in class…still working on it!), a bonus feature was that the 7th grade catechist brought his students over to “listen in.” […]

What’s Your Story? Kids Say/Do the Darndest Things

Stories on the Journey: Take a look and share your own story on the following themes: Week Two: Kids Say/Do the Darndest Things Week One: How Did I Get Into This? P.S. I’m returning home from a great trip to Fall River, MA, where I spent a day with DREs and catechists talking about Practice Makes Catholic and A Well-Built Faith. Many thanks to Margie Copeland for organizing the hosting both events.  I enjoyed watching the […]

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