Stewardship Throughout the Year 9-12 Grades. An Overview of lesson themes, key words, and resources for 9-12 Grades.
Climate Change Game. Based on CAFOD’s Climate Change Game this interactive game is a way of getting students up out of their seats and engaging in an interactive way – with a little help from their friends.
Bible Study Vocations. A Bible study with the goal to understand what a vocation is and to recognize the gifts God has given us and allowing the students to discern what God is ultimately calling them to.
Examination of Conscience. A great examination of Conscience in light of Catholic Social Teaching.
Facts about the Priesthood. Q/A sheet about the Diocesan Priesthood, formation, and the call from God.
Empowering Discipleship in High School Youth through the Four Pillars of Stewardship. Four lessons suggestions based upon the four pillars of Stewardship: hospitality, formation, prayer, and service.
Stewards of Vocations grades 9-12. Students will know what a vocation is and recognize gifts in their lives and the Saints.
Listen activity handout. Worksheet to reflect on listening to God.
Live your faith: The Challenge of Stewardship. Learn what stewardship is through the Scriptures, Bishop’s statements, and lived experiences. In this lesson, students will have the opportunity to discover their gifts and challenge themselves with the message of living one’s faith in the world each day. 1 ½ hour session.
Reverse Scavenger Hunt. A game to reinforce the understanding of stewardship of our community and earth begins at home.
Seminarian card Activity. The goal of this activity is to create a connection b/w seminarians and students.
Stewards of Vocation Video Resources, Grades 9-12. Suggested video's on the stewardship of vocations.
Stewardship Prayer Service. Based on Saint Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
Suggestions for Prayer and Liturgy. Index of Scripture references, hymns, and prayers for prayer services.
The Earth Speaks. A Weekend (Friday-Sun) on Environmental Stewardship.
We Plant Seeds Prayer. A prayer by Bishop Kenneth Untener.