Alive-O Programme (General)

September 23, 2013

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Alive-O the only programme I can use to teach religious education? Currently, the Alive-O programme is the only religious education programme approved by the Irish Episcopal Commission on Catechetics for use in Catholic schools.
February 21, 2012

Prayer at Home

Prayer is the basis for communicating with God, for growing as a person and for receiving help and wisdom for […]
February 21, 2012

Doctrine

Alive-O aims to impart doctrinal knowledge through its objectives and methodologies. It takes into account, as catechesis always should, the […]
February 21, 2012

Scripture

What is Scripture? Scripture is The Word of God The Bible is a sacred book for Christians. The Bible is […]
February 21, 2012

Art

“Above all other…the image is the immediate personal language of the senses” (Alive-O) Why is art used in Alive- O? […]
February 21, 2012

Music

There are many different media given each week in Alive-O to help convey the aim (What am I trying to […]
February 21, 2012

Celtic Christianity

Powerpoint Presentations for all classes from First to Sixth.
February 21, 2012

Planning a School/Class Mass

Organising a Mass for the children highlights the importance of the Eucharist as a celebration.
February 21, 2012

New English Translation of the Roman Missal

Examples of the new English translation of the Roman Missal.
February 21, 2012

Home-School-Parish Links

Suggestions to involve home and parish in the implementation of the Alive-O programme.
February 21, 2012

Teacher Faith Development

Faith and Spiritual Nourishment for the Teacher.
February 21, 2012

Sacred Space

A sacred space is a small area in which you can place symbols that help your child to sense and express that God is present in their lives.
February 21, 2012

Using Alive-O at Home

As parents, you are the primary educators of your children. In the sacrament of Baptism, you promised to be your child’s “first teachers in the ways of the faith” and to be “the best of teachers”. The Catholic school and parish are there to help and support you in this important task.
February 21, 2012

Séiplínigh

Beo Go Deo - Naíonáin Shóisir go Rang a 6.
February 21, 2012

Guide to Alive-O for Priests and Parish Workers

Classroom visits are a great way for priests and parish pastoral workers to link in with what is going on in schools, and to enhance the Home-School-Parish Links that are already in place within the parish.
February 21, 2012

Enhancing Home-School-Parish Links

The religious education of children is the responsibility of the parents, supported by the school and parish working together in partnership.