First Communion – Teachers

Dear Grade two teachers, below you will find some of the resources from the parents First Communion web page for Session 2: First Reconciliation. Feel free to use any of it with your students if you want…it’s hard to know if the parents have used any of it.
NOTE:  If you do want to watch the videos, many of them are on FORMED. A subscription to FORMED is needed to watch and the parish has purchased a special subscription for all parishioners to use, including our parish schools. It’s super quick! Just click the link, enter ‘Holy Family Whitby’ as the parish, then you will be asked for your name & email. Here is the link to set up your free Formed account: CLICK HERE

WATCH 'Forgiven' on FORMED First!

CLICK THE IMAGE TO WATCH 'FORGIVEN' - on FORMED.

Material needed from the First Communion Pouch

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SIGNS of GRACE - Mini-clips on FORMED to watch in conjunction with the Workbook

WORKBOOK PAGE 26 - CLICK IMAGE TO WATCH
WORKBOOK PAGE 16 - CLICK THE IMAGE TO WATCH
WORKBOOK PAGE 20 - CLICK IMAGE TO WATCH
WORKBOOK PAGE 22 - CLICK IMAGE TO WATCH
WORKBOOK PAGE 26 - CLICK IMAGE TO WATCH
**BIBLE STORIES**

Watch these short Bible Story videos to help reinforce Jesus' message of LOVE, COMPASSION & MERCY.

The Story of Zacchaeus – Luke 19:1- 10

This story illustrates how Jesus’ message of Love & Mercy and His salvation was intended for everyone—even an outcast.

The Parable of the Lost Sheep – Luke 15:17

In this parable, Jesus compares God to a shepherd and a sinner to the sheep. Just as the shepherd rejoices on finding his lost sheep, so God rejoices whenever we turn to him for forgiveness after wandering from him through our sin. 

The Prodigal Son – Luke 15:11-32

Just as the father celebrates the homecoming of his lost son, God also rejoices when we confess our sins and our return to him.

The Unforgiving Servant – Matt. 18:21-35

In this parable, Jesus tells us to keep on forgiving and to have mercy on others.  He forgives us all the time for small and big things so why wouldn’t we forgive others just the same.  It’s not always easy but it’s what God wants us to do!

Jesus Heals the Paralytic – Mark 2:1-12

Jesus knew what this man needed most because He knew what was in his heart. Jesus knew that being paralyzed was difficult but it was even worse not to be forgiven.

Please watch this video with your child

This is a great video for kids, teens & adults! Very simple but accurate, it walks you through the Sacrament of Confession that will stick with you…
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