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End of the Year Presentation

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This presentation was prepared for an end-of-the-year open house for parents of an 8th grade CCD class. It is a brief summary of the lessons, activities, and events of the year.

This presentation was prepared for an end-of-the-year open house for parents of an 8th grade CCD class. It is a brief summary of the lessons, activities, and events of the year.

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    • 8th Grade CCDRoom 207: St. Dominic Pray for us!
    • Our Textbook Resources
    • Some Fall 2009 Lessons
      The Greatest Commandments (love God and love neighbors) are a summary of the Ten Commandments.
      God loves first: The Israelites loved God because he freed them from slavery. We love God because he died on the cross for us.
      We love God by following the Ten Commandments and loving one another as he loved us.
    • Fall Activity Example
    • Some Winter 2009-2010 Lessons
      The early Church was very similar to today’s Church in many ways.
      The Church defended its beliefs by establishing the Biblical canon, through the writings of the Fathers of the Church, Ecumenical Councils, and the Creed.
      Thanksgiving (the holiday) is similar to the Eucharist, which means “thanksgiving.”
      The Church was divided during the 1054 schism, the Great Schism, and the Protestant Reformation.
      St. Pius X encouraged people to receive the Eucharist daily and lowered the age of 1st communion to 7.
      The Church went through many changes after Vatican II.
    • Winter Activity Examples
    • Some Spring 2010 Lessons
      We respond in love to God’s covenant through faith, morality, and the sacraments.
      The goal of the Church is the Kingdom of God, which we participate in through our vocations.
      The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit in Confirmation are…
      The Church is the Body of Christ, the Temple of the Holy Spirit, and the People of God.
      Confirmation is NOT a graduation.
    • Spring Activity Examples
    • What is the Church?
    • Catechesis with Fr. Bob
      Catechesis with Fr. Bob
    • Confirmation Retreat
      Fire and Ice!
      Popple!
    • Confirmation
      Congratulations to all of you! Now it is time to pursue your calling within the Church. Use the gifts that the Spirit has given to you and make a difference in the world.
    • Thank you for a great year!