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Invitados por Cristo – Preparación para la Primera Reconciliación y la Primera Eucaristía (Lección para estudiantes) Bilingüe

Invitados por Cristo – Preparación para la Primera Reconciliación y la Primera Eucaristía (Lección para estudiantes) Bilingüe

A seven-step sacramental preparation program leading older children on a journey to encountering Christ in the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist.

 

 

Invited by Christ – Preparing for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist (Student Lesson)

Invited by Christ – Preparing for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist (Student Lesson)

A seven-step sacramental preparation program leading older children on a journey to encountering Christ in the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist.

 

 

Invited by Christ – Preparing for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist (Teaching Guide)

Invited by Christ – Preparing for First Reconciliation and First Eucharist (Teaching Guide)

A seven-step sacramental preparation program leading older children on a journey to encountering Christ in the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist.

 

 

First Reconciliation Family Pack

First Reconciliation Family Pack

Each pack includes student lessons and one Family Activity and Memory Book

 

First Reconciliation Student (English)

First Reconciliation Student (English)

Together in Jesus Program

Lessons focus on biblical stories about Christian living -- including the Good Samaritan, the Ten Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount, and the Prodigal Son - to help children appreciate that God loves them and is always ready to forgive them. Activity stickers help children relate the stories to their lives.

 

Mi libro de actividades y recuerdos para la familia — Reconciliación

Mi libro de actividades y recuerdos para la familia — Reconciliación

The My Family Activity and Memory Book for families and their children preparing for first sacraments extends the lessons of the Together in Jesus programs even further.

 

My Family Activity and Memory Book — Reconciliation — Together in Jesus

My Family Activity and Memory Book — Reconciliation — Together in Jesus

The My Family Activity and Memory Book for families and their children preparing for first sacraments extends the lessons of the Together in Jesus programs even further.

 

Planning for Reconciliation: Tips and Advice for a Successful Program

Planning for Reconciliation: Tips and Advice for a Successful Program
These booklets can help coordinators, DREs, and parish staff stay organized and on top of their many responsibilities, from communicating with parents and team members to managing catechetical sessions, to planning the big day—the liturgical celebration itself.
 

Primera Reconciliación Family Pack

Primera Reconciliación Family Pack

Each pack includes student lessons and one Family Activity and Memory Book

 

First Reconciliation Student (Bilingual)

First Reconciliation Student (Bilingual)

Together in Jesus Program

The bilingual edition includes all of the components of English edition, plus six student lessons, “Questions Parents Ask” and a Family Focus posters in both English and Spanish.
 

 

First Reconciliation Teaching Guide

First Reconciliation Teaching Guide

Step-by-Step for Each Lesson

This guide includes tips for getting organized plus step-by-step plans for each lesson. Annotated illustrations of the children's handouts guarantee teaching directions will be easy to follow and lessons will be successful. Reproducible prayer rituals for each lesson reinforce the power of prayer in all that we do.

 

 

 

 

 

First Reconciliation Spanish Teaching Guide

First Reconciliation Spanish Teaching Guide

Step-by-Step for Each Lesson

This guide includes tips for getting organized plus step-by-step plans for each lesson. Annotated illustrations of the children's handouts guarantee teaching directions will be easy to follow and lessons will be successful. Reproducible prayer rituals for each lesson reinforce the power of prayer in all that we do.