Sacrament of Reconciliation Resources
Perhaps this could be used with a strong Senior class: Irish Catholic Catechism for Adults – Study Guide, Pgs 53/54: Chapter 18 Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation
The following link from Veritas could also prove very helpful: How to use the Irish Adult Catechism in Your Parish: http://www.veritasbooksonline.com/irish-catholic-catechism-for-adults-2/using-the-irish-catholic-catechism-for-adults-in-your-parish.html
Suitable for all classes:
YouCat Pgs 132 – 140; The Sacraments of Healing: Reconciliation
Seek & Find Pgs 185-188 Lesson 50: Forgiveness & Reconciliation
And from Northern Ireland: God’s Confession published by the Derry Diocesan Centre [£10/€15] Copies available by request email to: email@example.com This simple, practical publication is an excellent student workbook exploring the Sacrament of Reconciliation over the course of five lessons.
Also for the Year of Mercy….
Catholic Schools Week 2016
Catholic Schools Week 2016 will take place from Sunday, January 31 to Saturday February 6.
The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2016 is “Catholic Schools: Challenged to Proclaim God’s mercy“.
Resources for CSW 2016 will be circulated in due course.
Trocaire’s Lenten Campaign for 2016: Climate Change as a Justice Issue
An opportunity to link in with Laudato Si’; the Papal Encyclical:
“Living our vocation to be protectors of God’s handiwork is essential to a life of virtue; it is not an optional or secondary aspect of our Christian experience…” (Laudato Si’, 217)
See the link our Dublin Diocese Post-Primary Education Website:
Now there are even more reasons to embrace ‘a green school’ policy and become an environmentally aware school community.
The links below offer further ideas:
For more ideas, take a look at this website encouraging Parishes to evaluate their approach:
You could log onto RTE Player, to view the recent episode of Joe Duffy’s Spirit Level from October 4, where a discussion panel focus on Laudato Si’