God With Us!
We hope that conversations with your son or daughter about ‘God With Us’ are going well! This post is a list of resources for anyone with a middle school student. It includes videos, articles, and other ideas to learn more about this month’s topic with your middle school student.
Trying doing one video and one activity per week. They will hopefully be the start for great conversation. If you and your child have questions, write them down and bring them to Becca next month!
Check out this video about the Immaculate Conception. The feast day is Dec 8th and it is a Holy Day of Obligation.
Mass times: Dec 7th 7:00 PM Dec 8th: 8 AM and 5:30 PM
We talked briefly about the 12 Days at Family Formation. Each number has significance! Read the article below to learn why a song needed to use code to talk about Jesus and you will listen to the song in a whole new way! Have a blessed Advent and Christmas!
Joseph’s perspective is not often discussed. Here is a great song about Joseph as the earthly father of Jesus. Have a blessed Advent!
FORMED has some great programs, books, audio and movies that pertain to this month’s topic. Check it out!
If you aren’t already on FORMED, all you have to do is go to http://www.formed.org and put in our parish code- KYJ3M2. Create a profile, and then you have free access to everything on FORMED!
There is also now a FORMED app. Check it out on the app store!
Each month at Family Formation, we will be focusing on different passages from the New Testament. Read these together with your family before you come for Family Formation. Discuss as a family what you think these passages mean, and bring any questions you have to Tim or your classroom teacher!
How many of us are sitting in a waiting room, or in our cars waiting to pick someone up, or on the couch after a long day, and you are scrolling through your phone? Here is a list of 5 Catholic apps that will make that scrolling time holier and more productive!
We will feature more next month! The 5 for this month are all FREE apps!
Each week our parish apologist, Tom Pietropaoli, writes a column for the bulletin, the
Apologist’s Angle. Here is his column for November 12th.