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 FAITH FORMATION
It coordinates what you are already receiving with the Pflaum Gospel Weeklies and also includes online components to help you run your program:
• Gathering rituals offer prayer services focused on the week’s Gospel message
• Weekly questions get good conversation started, from preschoolers to adults
• Seasonal celebrations provide detailed planning guides for parish-wide gatherings
• Publicity ideas help gather a big crowd every week
El Evangelio de esta semana:
Juan 10,1-10
El Evangelio de este domingo describe a Jesús como un buen pastor que ha venido para que sus sgeugíuanid, opreostepguendayncuteindearnvsiudsaopvlejnaas;. lLaos scopnasotcoernesy las ovejas conocen la voz de su pastor. En la época de Jesús, los pastores dormían en la entrada del corral como una puerta que mantiene a las ovejas dentro. Jesús es la puerta a la comunidad cristiana. El Bautismo nos hace miembros de esa comunidad.
Descubrir el mensaje del Evangelio
Seeds (Pre-escolar): A los niños les encanta
la imagen del Buen Pastor y cómo cuida a los animales. La imagen ayuda a sus hijos a darse cuenta del cuidado de Dios en la familia que los rodea con amor y les da alimento, refugio y un lugar feliz y seguro para vivir.
Grado): Sus hijos tuvieron un juego para descubrir cómo cuidar de los demás y quiénes cuidan de ellos. Pidan a sus
hijos que cuente a la familia por qué Jesús se llamó a sí mismo el Buen Pastor. Hagan una lista de las mpoarnleorsads emn áqsu. e su familia muestra amor y cuidado
Good News (2.o y 3.er Grado): Sus hijos aprendieron acerca de algunos sucesos en la vida de san Pedro después de la Resurrección. Pídanles que cuente a la familia acerca de la misión que Jesús dio atalmosbAiépnóascteorlecsaadneteJessdúesrceogmreosaerlBaluCeniePloa.sHtoarbylen decidan maneras en que su familia puede compartir la Buena Nueva con los demás.
Family Guide
The Gospel at Home
Venture (4.o a 6.o Grado): Jesús se llamó a sí mismo el Buen Pastor. Hablen sobre las lecciones del Evangelio del Buen Pastor y cómo Jesús nos llama a cada uno por nuestro nombre. Pidan a sus hLiajos shqerume alensacsupernetgeunnltaarhoisntoarmia i“eGmebtrons dtheesuBus”. comunidad qué necesitaban y organizaron un plan para suplirlas. Dediquen tiempo a hablar acerca
de las necesidades en su comunidad que puedan requerir del tiempo y el cuidado de su familia. Visions (7.o y 8.o Grado): La clase investigó la menettráafroaraladfeaJmesiúlias cdoemDoiolas.pSuesrthaijdoes laeys eorvoenjassopbarera edliopasudrveidSatapnolerylaRgoetnhteer,quneméliqsiuoenreírao. Tyamábritéirnque comentaron sobre la popularidad del Salmo 23, en el que David ve al Señor como su pastor. ¿Ve su familia a Dios como su pastor amoroso y a Jesús como su Buen Pastor? Hablen acerca de maneras en que su familia puede llevar el mensaje del Buen Pastor a los demás. Planeen un proyecto de verano que ofrezca ayuda a los necesitados.
Recen juntos
ReuceegnuejunnatoDs ieolsSqaulme cou2i3d,eeal Ssualfmamo idlieal By ulaenprPoatestjao.r. Prométanse que siempre tratarán de “vivir en la casa del Señor” por largos, largos días.
COMING SOON!
FOR FAMILIES
Many resources are available online for families to download and use at home. Print and send home activities, send links home in a weekly newsletter, or encourage families to visit often to grow in faith together.
• The Gospel at Home weekly guide for parents with a summary of the Gospel and home
discussion starts and activities. (in English and Spanish).
• Seasonal activities with saints, other feasts, and other liturgical and prayer activities (in English and Spanish).
• Videos to coordinate with the week’s lesson (in English and Spanish).
Guía para la familia
El Evangelio en el hogar
7 do e mayo 4. Domingo de Pascua
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This Week’s Gospel: John 10:1–10
Sunday’s Gospel describes Jesus as a good shepherd, who has come so that his followers might have life to the fullest. Shepherds lead, protect, and provide for their sheep. Shepherds know their sheep and the sheep know the shepherd’s voice. In Jesus’ time, shepherds slept at the entrance to the sheepfold like a gate that keeps the sheep in. Jesus is the gateway to the Christian community. Baptism makes us members of that community.
Exploring the Gospel Message
Seeds (Preschool): Children love the image of the Good Shepherd and his care for the animals. The image can help your child notice God’s care in the family that surrounds them with love
and provides food, shelter, and a safe and happy place to be.
Promise (Grades K-1): Your child played
a game to discover how to care for others and who cares for him or her. Ask your child to tell the family why Jesus called himself the Good Shepherd. Make a list of ways your family can show love and care for others.
aGbouotdsNomewe seve(nGtsriandeths e2-li3f)e: oYfoSutr. Pchetiledr laefaterrned the Resurrection. Ask your child to tell the family about the mission Jesus gave the Apostles before he returned to heaven. Talk, too, about Jesus as the Good Shepherd and decide on
ways your family can share the Good News with others.
Venture (Grades 4-6): Jesus called himself the Good Shepherd. Talk together about the lessons of the Good Shepherd Gospel and how Jesus calls us each by name. Ask your child to
retell the story “Get on the Bus.” The Sisters ansekeedds wmerme,baenrsdotfhtehnefiorrcmomedmaupnliatny wtohaadtdthresisr them. Spend some time talking about some needs in your community that could use your family’s time and caring.”
Visions (Grades 7-8): In class, your child explored the metaphor of Jesus as the sheep gate for entry into God’s family. They read about Father Stanley Rother, a missionary and martyr, who gave his life for the people he loved. The young people also discussed the popularity of Psalm 23, in which David sees the Lord as his sahseypohuerrldo.vDinogeshyeopuhrefradmainlydedxopeyroiuensceeGJeosuds
as your Good Shepherd? Talk about ways
your family can bring the message of the Good Shepherd to others. Plan a summer project that provides help to those in need.
Pray Together
Pray together Psalm 23, the Good Shepherd Psalm. Ask God to care for your family and keep you safe. Promise one another that you will always try to “dwell in the house of the Lord” all your days.
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