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Junior High Religious Studies

Social Justice Sites:



3. Locally, how does our community help? Look through our local news for examples:


Religious Studies Grade 3:

Grade Three Litany of the Saints:


Easter Sunday Wordsearch


http://www.joanyedwards.com/wordsearch/B20HeIsRisen.html See how fast you can complete the interactive wordsearch based on Christ's resurrection!

The Book of Proverbs offers sound advice. Lots of common sayings we use originated from Proverbs.
They are short sayings that help Catholics and non-Catholic people make wise choices. Solomon contributed many of the proverbs and the collection was finished 250 years after his death. Proverbs identifies four kinds of fools: the ignorant, stubborn, immoral, and proud. That's right, proud people can be considered, foolish. Pride places the credit and focus on self rather than God. A proud person starts to believe, s/he is in total control.


Pride goes before destruction,
a haughty spirit before a fall. Proverbs 16:18

Better to be lowly in spirit and among the oppressed
than to share plunder with the proud. Proverbs 16:19 (remember this at evaluation time)

I say, "I am pleased or impressed" by someone's actions rather than, "proud". It is subtle, I know, but for me, it keeps me on a positive path.

Religious Studies:


May the month of Mary.

A good place to start is this website. It explains what the rosary is! http://www.cptryon.org/prayer/child/rosary/index.html

Let's pray a decade of the rosary together. Follow the step by step instructions at this link:


Or use this diagram projected:


Joyful Mysteries on Mondays, Saturdays

Sorrowful Mysteries on Tuesdays, Fridays

Glorious Mysteries on Wednesdays, Sundays

Luminous Mysteries on Thursdays

Now let's let some audio lead us in the prayers of the rosary:


Corpus Christi 2010:

New Words

Monstrance is a gold or silver container in which the consecrated host is carried.

The Feast of Corpus Christi

The Feast of Corpus Christi celebrates the sacrament of Holy Eucharist.For many years, in many places this feast has been celebrated with an outdoor procession.By taking the Blessed Sacrament to the streets we show people that Christ lives in the midst of their daily lives. It is by this bread that we are nourished.
On the Feast of Corpus Christi we look for the sign of the bread. It reminds us of the pilgrimage of Israel during the forty years in the desert. The host is our manna whereby the Lord nourishes us – it is truly bread from heaven and we carry Christ in our daily lives. The Blessed Sacrament will be carried in the Monstrance and this is placed in a special carrier for the procession. It will be carried through the streets as a sign that God so loved the world that he sent His only son to be our Saviour.
On June 6, 2010 All Saints Parish will be holding our third Corpus Christi procession. There will be two processions, one beginning at 10:00 a.m. from Our Lady of Assumption Church and the other beginning at 10:00 from St. Basil’s Church on the North side. Both processions will make their way to St. Patrick’s Church by 11:00 a.m. Corpus Christi finishes with a barbeque at St. Patrick’s Church. Everyone is welcome to attend the procession and enjoy the barbeque to follow. The invitation is open to all parishioners and non-parishioners who want to come and witness faith in action.

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