freerepublic.com- A Brief Catechism for Adults- Lesson 28: The Sacrament of Holy Orders (Priesthood)
sadlierreligion.com- Holy Order Trading Cards
Bishops, priests, and deacons serve the Church in different ways. Design trading cards to explain the different roles and responsibilities in the Church of a bishop, a priest, and a deacon. Distribute the activity sheets. Invite a volunteer to read the directions aloud. Remind the students the use their We Believe text to gather information for their trading cards. Encourage the students to be creative! Provide markers, crayons, colored pencils, glue, glitter, and so on, to design the trading cards. If possible, have the students use pieces of cardboard or sheets of oak tag paper that can be glued to the trading cards. Allow time for the student to complete the trading cards and share them with others.
teachersnotebook.com- The Colors That The Priest Wears
This booklet is for the colors of the Catholic liturgical year. It is "A Color-by-Number Booklet for the Liturgical Calendar". There’s no better way to show the kids this than the colors that their priest wears during mass. There is a page for each of the liturgical seasons, along with special days during that time. There are 16 color-by-number pages, a cover, and a color-by-number key for the coloring pages. The activities on each page include color-by-number, reading, tracing important words and colors. Included, are a couple extra pages (All Saints/All Souls) and a blank page for you to add your own to the booklet. Also posted at teacherspayteachers.com
Preparing for Mass- Color and cut out the altar and items on page 19. Color and cut out the priest and vestments on page 21. (Children Discover the Mass by Mary Doefler Dall).
practicalpages.wordpress.com- Priest’s garment paper figure with all his priestly garments separately to dress him as described in Exodus. (Scroll down for this.)
catholicicing.com- Saint Craft for Catholic Kids- Printable Templates for Paper Bag Puppets
E-book that you can purchase with templates for making paper bag puppets: Pope, Bishop, Priest, etc. They are so cute and the kids really enjoy making them!
smp.org- Comparing and Contrasting the Three Degrees of Holy Orders
Complete the following chart telling about the specific qualities of bishops, priests, and deacons. After completing the chart, write a one paragraph reflection telling how those ordained in each of these ministries contribute to the good of the Church.
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