Sacraments & Liturgy

Check here for a list of posts connected to teaching about or preparing for the Sacraments.
(Posts with a * indicate they contain free printables.)
 
Sacraments & Liturgy:
Sacraments Idea Board on Pinterest
Video Playlist for the Seven Sacraments
Fulton Sheen as a Minister of the Sacraments* (Mini Book with photos and quotes)
Sacrament Symbols* (Printable graphic organizer for notes)
Sacraments and Grace* (Printable graphic organizer for notes)
Sacraments Signs and Actions notes*
Sacrament Graffiti Walls
Sacrament Mosaics 

Baptism:
Celebrating a Baptism Day, Part One- Link to my Goddaughter's Mommy's Blog :)
Celebrating a Baptism Day, Part Two
Reviewing Baptism (Notebook activity- Bapt. Cert., Renewal of Bapt. Promises, OT stained glass)
More Baptism + Bible Art Examples  
Doors to the Sacraments {Baptism}- Classroom display

Eucharist:
Seeing Jesus in the Eucharist- Monstrance Art Project*
Reviewing the Eucharist Notebook Activity
Third Roman Missal Youth Handbook*
How to Get the Most out of Mass*
Peg Doll Saints, church, and Mass Kit (Pre-4th)

Confirmation:
Reviewing Confirmation Notebook Activity (with a tie into Pentecost)
Confirmation Fact Foldable* Notetaking device
Pentecost Self Portraits & Confirmation Door
Confirmation Parent Support Letter*
Confirmation General Requirements*
Confirmation Sponsor Requirements*
Confirmation Service Project Record Sheet*
Confirmation Saint Name Report*
St. Augustine Holy Spirit Prayer*
Confirmation Penance Service Program*
Confirmation Penance Service Reflection for Adults*
Confirmation Penance Service Reflection for Students*

Reconciliation:
Pop Out Divine Mercy Chaplet* (Connection to Reconciliation)
Review Reconciliation* (Notebooking activity- connection to Divine Mercy)
Image of Divine Mercy and Reconciliation Lapbook 
Divine Mercy Watercolor Art* (printable coloring page)
Divine Mercy Melty Bead Craft* (printable pattern and examples)

Anointing of the Sick:
Reviewing Anointing of the Sick* (Notebooking Activity)

Holy Orders, Marriage, and Vocations:
All Vocations are Modeled after the Trinity*
Vocations, Part One: Vocation Posters
Vocations, Part Two: Favorite Resources for Teaching about Vocations
Vocations, Part Three: My Hands Can Serve Activity *
Vocations, Part Four: Holy Orders Printables *
Vocations, Part Five: Matrimony*: discussion and printable
The Cafeteria is Closed: Marriage Youth Group Lesson*
Praying for Vocations* Tactile Prayer Stations
A Bishop's Coat of Arms Activities*

15 comments:

  1. thank you so much for your wonderful work

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  2. Hi Katie. Wow! What an amazing resource. I am most likely teaching 5th grade CCD this year and your stuff really fits what I want to do. (I'm also a homeschooling mom.) I just wanted to make sure the links on this page were all up to date. I was hoping to see notebook work on the Sacrament of Marriage. Are there any? Thanks so, so much for making this available.

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    1. Hi Nicole! Yay! I am glad that you are finding some resources for use at both CCD and in your homeschool. I do have a couple of other posts about marriage that were not on this page- thank you for asking! It is updated now. You can find a notebooking/discussion activity about marriage here:
      http://looktohimandberadiant.blogspot.com/2013/06/vocations-part-five-matrimony.html
      You might also like the My Hands Can Serve activity, which is about preparing for our future vocations.
      http://looktohimandberadiant.blogspot.com/2013/06/vocations-part-three-my-hands-can-serve.html
      And I have another activity that you might like about how all love and all vocations are modeled after the Trinity. I just did it for the first time this year, so I don't have a blog post up about it, but hope to do that very soon. If you send me your email address, I would be happy to send it to you as soon as it is done. My email is katherine (dot) bogner (at) gmail (dot) com.
      Thanks, and let me know if you have any more questions!

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    2. Nicole, I got that activity about vocations and marriage posted! It can be found here: http://looktohimandberadiant.blogspot.com/2015/05/vocations-blessed-trinity-activity.html

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  3. Your Mass handbook is AMAZING!!!! I absolutely adore it! Thank you so much for this resource!

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    1. Thanks, Jami! That came out of need when the new Roman Missal came out and there were very few resources, and most were for littler kids. It was cool to see teens and tweens walking into Mass carrying that book :)

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  4. Hi Katie,

    I love your ideas! I teach 3rd grade RE and am going to use some of these! I especially love your fold outs - (like on Lent) but for some reason when they print it is just lines rather than the words. Can you help?
    Thank you!
    Kylee
    kyleetonkin@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Kylee! I'm so glad you've found some useful items! And I'm sorry that you are having trouble printing. My best recommendation is to download first before printing. Sometime printing from various browsers does not translate well. When you click on a file on my blog you want to print, it opens in Google Drive, and then you want to click on the down arrow. It will open as a pdf file. (You'll have to have a program like Acrobat reader to do this). You should be able to print then. If you continue to have trouble, please send me an email at katherine (dot) bogner (at) gmail (dot) com and I can email you the file directly, which might work better :) (I'm sending you an email as well to make sure you see this!) Thanks!

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  5. How do I print the Youth Handbook in book form?

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    1. It is set up so that if you print the book two sided in the normal order, (page 1 on the back of page 2, etc.), then stack, and fold in half it should be a booklet in the correct order. Feel free to send me an email if that doesn't help! katherine (dot) bogner (at) gmail (dot) com

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  6. Hi Katie!!
    Your craft ideas are simply superb! I tried out the Year of Mercy crafts and children simply loved them..thanks a lot Katie:) May God bless you abundantly for your wonderful selfless service:)

    Thanks!
    Lini

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    1. Thanks, Lini! I'm so glad they liked them!

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  7. Thanks, Katie! I have shared your blog with the teachers at my school. They are thrilled to have such a great resource. Thank you!!!!

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  8. Hi! Your work is so beautiful! I am organizing "blessing bags" for the homeless as a Lenten service project at our Catholic School. Do you have a quote made that the children could color that would be appropriate to include in the bags as inspiration to someone living on the streets?

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    1. What a wonderful service that you are doing, both for the homeless and for your students. I don't know if I have something that will be just right, but I looked through my archives and pulled a few suggestions. I think my top pick would be one of the pretty Sacred Heart Stained glass pages, and then maybe have the students write a favorite Bible verse on it in their own handwriting (maybe with some guidance from you). I'd love to see how your blessing bags turn out! If you think of it, send a picture to looktohimandberadiant@gmail.com.
      Sacred Heart of Jesus
      The Easter one on this page
      Exodus 14:14
      Psalm 68:19
      John 12:46

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