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  1. The Bible: The Living Word of God, Teacher Guide
    $39.95
    This course provides an introduction to the Sacred Scriptures and to the unfolding of salvation history, with a particular focus on Jesus Christ as the fulfillment of salvation history. Revelation, both divine and natural, is explored, as are inspiration, interpretation, and exegesis. The course guides the students in coming to know the people of salvation history, including the early leaders of Israel; the judges, kings, and the prophets; and the history of salvation as revealed in the New Testament. The students also learn about the role of the Scriptures in the life of faith for the individual as well as for the life of the Church. Learn More
  2. Liturgy and Sacraments: Catholic Connections Teacher Guide ‒ Second Edition 
    $39.95
    Explore the heart of our practice of faith with an age-appropriate exploration of liturgy and sacraments. At the center of the Catholic worldview is seeing the world as sacramental – the tangible can convey deeper meaning and lead us to God. This teacher guide helps lead students through an understanding of sacrament by exploring the Sunday Liturgy as well as each of the Seven Sacraments, and encourages students to see and recognize God in their own lived sacramental realities. This new Teacher Guide that accompanies The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers, Second Edition includes a number of ways to assess students. Each chapter includes a quiz while a cumulative test follows the end of every four chapters. There are also suggestions in the Teacher Guides for a week-long project that can be used to enhance learning, or as a summative assessment. Many review activities can also be graded, used as assessments, or be turned in for credit. The Catholic Connections curriculum is unique in that the Teacher Guide contains chapters that use the Bible as the primary text. This feature assists in developing students’ biblical literacy and knowledge, and demonstrates the close connection between Scripture and Tradition. Additionally, for students who use Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics, there are several suggestions for using its supplemental articles for further learning. Learn More
  3. The New Testament and the Church: Catholic Connections Teacher Guide ‒ Second Edition 
    $39.95
    How did we get from the person of Jesus to the Church we experience today? Lead your class through a consideration of The New Testament, exploring the work of the Spirit as evidenced in the New Testament and the development of the Church. Additional chapters consider the Letters and their role in guiding the developing communities, as well as the Church today. In exploring the challenges and controversies of the early Church, students are invited to see reflections of their own challenges and questions of faith and explore them with confidence. This new Teacher Guide that accompanies The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers, Second Edition includes a number of ways to assess students. Each chapter includes a quiz while a cumulative test follows the end of every four chapters. There are also suggestions in the Teacher Guides for a week-long project that can be used to enhance learning, or as a summative assessment. Many review activities can also be graded, used as assessments, or be turned in for credit. The Catholic Connections curriculum is unique in that the Teacher Guide contains chapters that use the Bible as the primary text. This feature assists in developing students’ biblical literacy and knowledge, and demonstrates the close connection between Scripture and Tradition. Additionally, for students who use Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics, there are several suggestions for using its supplemental articles for further learning. Learn More
  4. The Old Testament and the Trinity: Catholic Connections Teacher Guide ‒ Second Edition 
    $39.95
    Invite students into a deeper exploration of the foundational truths of our faith and their rootedness in the stories of the Old Testament. In this course, students will be introduced to the nature of God, his love as expressed in Creation, and his saving plan. Students will come to know our great ancestors in faith and the amazing relationship established between God and God’s people. With additional chapters on the Patriarchs, the Exodus, the Kings of Israel and Women of the Old Testament, your students are certain to find inspiration and relevancy for their lives in this ancient text. This new Teacher Guide that accompanies The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers, Second Edition includes a number of ways to assess students. Each chapter includes a quiz while a cumulative test follows the end of every four chapters. There are also suggestions in the Teacher Guides for a week-long project that can be used to enhance learning, or as a summative assessment. Many review activities can also be graded, used as assessments, or be turned in for credit. The Catholic Connections curriculum is unique in that the Teacher Guide contains chapters that use the Bible as the primary text. This feature assists in developing students’ biblical literacy and knowledge, and demonstrates the close connection between Scripture and Tradition. Additionally, for students who use Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics, there are several suggestions for using its supplemental articles for further learning. Learn More
  5. Religion Coordinator Manual: Catholic Connections
    $15.95
    This manual will help you organize and oversee religious education classes developed around The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers. The manual provides a variety of scheduling options for course selection and for different numbers of classes per week to help in planning the year's curriculum. In chapter 3, you will find extensive orientation on the place of catechesis in the mission of the Catholic home, community, parish, school, and opportunities for apprenticeship. Chapter 4 provides concrete examples of ways the school religion program can be integrated with other subject areas. The five appendices will provide you with a convenient way to share information with others: Appendix A describes opportunities for developing a truly Catholic learning community. Appendix B provides overviews of the six courses and the testing and activity resources. Appendix C provides tip sheets for catechists and parents on various topics related to the faith formation of young adolescents. Appendix D provides prayer services for various occasions. Appendix E offers a bibliography of reference materials for teachers. Using this manual as a resource will help you run highly effective middle school religious education classes built on the Catholic Connections program. Learn More
  6. The Prophets, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit: Catholic Connections Teacher Guide ‒ Second Edition
    $49.95
    How do we understand Jesus and deepen our relationship with him? This guide Illuminates Jesus as the fulfillment of the prophets, the Messiah who transforms and saves all people, and a guide and friend for youth today. As they explore the gift of the Holy Spirit, students will be encouraged to recognize the presence of God in their own lives. With additional chapters on the Gospel of Mark and Women in the New Testament, students will find many avenues that can lead them to Christ. This new Teacher Guide that accompanies The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers, Second Edition includes a number of ways to assess students. Each chapter includes a quiz while a cumulative test follows the end of every four chapters. There are also suggestions in the Teacher Guides for a week-long project that can be used to enhance learning, or as a summative assessment. Many review activities can also be graded, used as assessments, or be turned in for credit. The Catholic Connections curriculum is unique in that the Teacher Guide contains chapters that use the Bible as the primary text. This feature assists in developing students’ biblical literacy and knowledge, and demonstrates the close connection between Scripture and Tradition. Additionally, for students who use Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics, there are several suggestions for using its supplemental articles for further learning. Learn More
  7. God, Revelation, and Faith: Catholic Connections Catechist Guide
    $13.95
    As a catechist, you are called to help young adolescents know and understand the Scriptures and Tradition as sources of God's Revelation. God, Revelation, and Faith Catechist's Guide contains 10 sessions to help young adolescents understand how God reveals himself to us. The core activities form 60-minute sessions and have optional session extensions that make it easy to plan longer sessions. Seven of the sessions connect directly to The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers (Saint Mary's Press, 2009) and cover basic teachings about God the Father, the Holy Trinity, and God's plan for salvation. Two sessions challenge the young people to explore, from a Catholic perspective, the topics of personal identity and winning and losing. The concluding session focuses on how God has acted to bring about our salvation throughout history. The guide also includes an optional project that will enable the young people to see how God acts through the events they experience and through the people with whom they have relationships. Learn More
  8. Christian Morality and Justice: Catholic Connections Catechist Guide
    $13.95
    Through the Ten Commandments, God provides us with moral principles for living in right relationship with God and with one another. Christian Morality and Justice Catechist's Guide contains 10 sessions to help young adolescents understand these basic moral principles and explore how we apply them to the choices we make every day. The basic activities form 60-minute sessions and have optional session extensions that make it easy to plan longer sessions. Seven of the sessions connect directly to The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers (Saint Mary's Press, 2009) and cover basic teachings about Christian morality based on the Ten Commandments. Two sessions apply these basic moral principles to the topics of money and technology. The concluding session asks the young people to make God's goal for their lives their own personal life goal. The guide also includes an optional project on movies and moral choices. Learn More
  9. Jesus the Christ: Catholic Connections Catechist Guide
    $13.95
    At the center of our faith is a person, Jesus Christ, the source of our hope and our salvation. Jesus the Christ Catechist's Guide contains 10 sessions to help young adolescents know Jesus Christ and to inspire them to follow him. The core activities form 60-minute sessions and have optional session extensions that make it easy to plan longer sessions. Seven of the sessions connect directly to The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers (Saint Mary's Press, 2009) and cover basic teachings about the Gospels and the life of Christ. Two sessions connect Jesus' teaching to the topics of friends and dealing with difficult times. The concluding session explores the gifts we have to share with others as the Body of Christ and suggests ways to involve parents in the session. The guide also includes an optional project for finding, creating, and presenting a variety of images that depict the various roles and titles of Jesus Christ. Learn More
  10. The Holy Spirit and the Church: Catholic Connections Catechist Guide
    $13.95
    The Holy Spirit is the creative breath of God that gives birth to and sustains the life and mission of Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit and the Church Catechist's Guide contains 10 sessions to help young adolescents recognize that it is the power of the Holy Spirit that has united God's people in love and that continues to be a transforming presence in the Church and the world today. The core activities form 60-minute sessions and have optional session extensions that make it easy to plan longer sessions. Seven of the sessions connect directly to The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers (Saint Mary's Press, 2009) and cover basic teachings about the Holy Spirit's activity in the Church. Two sessions connect the characteristics of Jesus' followers to the topics of peer pressure and finding Christian role models. The concluding session is an opportunity for participants to review and celebrate what they have learned. The guide also includes an optional project for creating a multimedia presentation to share with others in the community. Learn More

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