Focus on the Sunday Gospel with That Weekly Liturgy Lesson - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A).
Use That Weekly Liturgy Lesson - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A) this unit study to help teach children about fraternal correction and that it must be done out of charity. It is based on Christ's lesson on the correction of sinners in the Gospel of St. Matthew 18:15-20.
This lesson helps us to understand how to correct others with love and kindness. Correction should always come from charity and has the ability to draw us closer to God. Helping a sinner return to God is a beautiful thing. As Christians, we must remember to use kind words when correcting others for at some point it may be necessary for us to accept correction from someone else.
This fun unit study is suited for a CCD or Religious Education class, and it may also be used for Sunday School programs or as homeschool materials.
This Weekly Liturgy Lesson - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A) study includes the following.
-Student and Teacher Cover Sheets
-Student Lesson Worksheets, including a lesson page for kids, cloze, crossword, word search, etc.
-Inclusive Teacher Guide
-Use Kind Words to Correct Others Poster
-Four Lesson Terms Word Wall Pieces
-Use Kind Words to Correct Others Coloring Sheet
-Use Kind Words to Correct Others Trace & Color It Sheet Set
-Write About It Notebooking Sheet
-Correcting Others with Love Get the Gospel Trading Card
-Fraternal Correction F3 KWL Activity
-23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jesus Teaches About Correcting a Sinner Mini-Book
-Order the Scripture Quote for Matthew 18:15 Game
This lesson provides opportunities for Scripture reading, class or small group discussion, writing, drawing, and coloring.
Teachers should use the materials and activities to fit the students' needs or abilities or to meet the allotted class schedule.
Age: Gr. 2-5
Week: Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle A)
Focus: Jesus Teaches About Correcting a Sinner
Theme: We should correct others with love.
Gospel: Matthew 18:15-20
CCC: 1435, 1829