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Connecting Modern-Day Students and Teachers to Their Faith
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The Australian Catholic Youth Diary goes Digital 3 simple Apps - for students, parents and teachers - now connect digital savvy Catholic school communities in new ways.
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New for 2015 Engage your RE class in new ways A Landmark Series for Catholic Students Bible literacy unlike anything you have seen before!
Explore the Bible in a truly unique, contemporary Australian context. These first two titles bring to life science and ancient knowledge and answer questions all modern-day students will want to ask.
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Professional Development for Educators New in Vaughan Publishing’s Mission and Education series.
Develop your Catholic school leadership even further. IN THE CHURCH
A PRIMER FOR PASTORS, RELIGIOUS EDUCATORS AND BELIEVERS
FRANCIS J MOLONEY SDB
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World renowned Australian theologian Frank Moloney bridges the gap that all too often exists between the scholarly interpretation of Scripture and the faith of the Church. Ideal for teachers– no matter their level of experienceor knowledge – of theologyof the Bible!
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Big Books Created Just for Them There's no bigger way to engage, stimulate and entertain students Wow your class as they learn about important Catholic beliefs, teachings, traditions and values. Poster-sized Big Books – proven to engage students and capture their attention in the classroom.
Ann Rennie Garratt Publishing RRP $149.95 | Sophia $127.46 9781925009811 »» I ntroduce students to Pope Francis, his life and role as the leader of the Catholic Church, his spiritual views, and his vision for a reformed Church. »» Enable students to understand their role in shaping the future of the Church, with activity-based learning exercises on every page.
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Big Books on faith, traditions and Bible messages Catholic Traditions Big Book Rosanna Morales Garratt Publishing Big Book: RRP: $149.95 | Sophia $127.46 9781922152879
Student Books (Pack of 10): RRP $99.95 | Sophia $84.96 | CTBBSB »» Share the history and structure of the Church with students, with a special focus on the Australian Church. »» Celebrate the rich traditions of the Church and explore the importance of the Holy Trinity, the Saints, Mary, prayer, Jesus and more, in our daily lives and throughout the liturgical seasons. Living Faith Big Book Helen Carboon Garratt Publishing RRP $149.95 | Sophia $127.46 9781925009491 »» Define for your students, in simple ageappropriate terms, what faith means and how to live a faith-filled life. »» Discuss how God is ever-present, how faith is a relationship of trusting, commitment and believing, and how it is up to us to listen, ponder, pray and believe.
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Big Books Created Just for Them Ideal for shared reading The Bible: God's Great Book of Books Kathryn Robinson Garratt Publishing RRP $134.95 | Sophia $114.71 9781921946929
»» Educate kids on how to read the Bible! »» Explore the Bible's history and what the Bible means to them today. »» Each page contains a series of questions to facilitate classroom dialogue.
Sacred Objects and Symbols Big Book Kathy Horan Garratt Publishing RRP $134.95 | Sophia $114.71 9781921946387 »» Take students on a visual tour of Catholic sacred objects and symbols. »» Explore their tradition, use and importance, even today.
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25 Question Series
Loved by school teachers and students Australia wide, the 25 Questions Series is a great way to build Catholic literacy and identity with your pupils
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Biblical Literacy A thoroughly modern Australian approach to the Bible Students and teachers can now explore the Bible in a truly unique, contemporary Australian context. These first two titles bring to life modern-day science and ancient knowledge and answer questions all savvy students will want answered.
YEARS 7-8 The Two Hands of God Mary Coloe Garratt Publishing This first book in Garratt Publishing's new Biblical Literacy series tells the story of the 14 billion-yearold universe as a story of God reaching out to us to be known. It then introduces the biblical tradition as yet another way God reaches out through particular people and their history leading to Jesus. The book brings together current science, which speaks of an evolutionary and expanding universe, and the way some people reflected on the meaning of this universe in the Bible. While written for students in upper primary/lower secondary school, teachers and parents can use the information to confidently respond to questions about creation, what God is like, divine wisdom and how God communicates with us. RRP $29.95 | Sophia $25.46 | 9781922152848
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Biblical Literacy Garratt Publishing's new landmark Biblical Literacy Series »» Bursting with vibrant images sure to capture students' attention. »» Interesting 'Did you know' sections will stimulate students' thinking.
»» Nihil Obstat imprimaturs ensure all materials are doctrinally sounds and free from moral error.
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The Gospels: God With Us Christopher Monaghan Garratt Publishing Open the door and allow students to journey into the world of the Gospels. This invaluable faith resource, in a deceptively simple way, brings to life the world of the Gospels and answers questions all modern-day students will want to ask. Provide students with a wealth of knowledge about the Gospels and their authors, and allow them to discover how the four Gospels were chosen, why and when they were written, where they overlap and how each is unique. Every page is bursting with colour and comes with insightful photos, explanations of special words and activities to encourage reading of the Gospel passages. RRP $29.95 | Sophia $25.46 | 9781922152855
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Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics The Bible that speaks to middle schoolers
Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics is specifically designed for young people leaving childhood and entering adolescence. It offers distinct features to help make the Bible easier to read and understand, including full-colour inserts containing interviews and illustrations with key Bible people; introductions and 'Factoids' for each book of the Bible; Pray It! Study It! and Live It! sidebars; Catholic Connection articles; plus timelines, maps, and much more. Let students learn about the great people of the Bible, and see how God has been breaking through in human history and connecting with humanity for thousands of years. Most importantly, they will discover in the Bible how Godâ€™s messages to key people of faith have meaning for life today.
Ideal for ages 12â€“13
Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics Brian Singer Townes Saint Mary's Press Hardcover: RRP $69.95 | Sophia $59.46 | 9781599823423 Paperback: RRP $59.95 | Sophia $50.96 | 9781599823393
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The Bible that speaks to middle schoolers
Breakthrough uses the Good News translation of the Bible.
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Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics Give teachers the confidence to teach the Bible Breakthrough! Bible New Testament Leader Guide
Breakthrough! Old Testament Leader Guide
Joanna Dailey Saint Mary's Press
Joanna Dailey Saint Mary's Press
The New Testament Leader Guide invites young adolescents to get to know Jesus through his varied qualities and gifts and during different times in his life. Each chapter includes an overview, key Scripture passages, related Breakthrough! articles, correlations between the life of Jesus and the lives of young adolescents, and activities that familiarise them with stories from the Gospels and Jesus himself.
This leader guide helps Catholic middle school teachers further engage the students aged 10 to 14 in their exploration of the Bible. The special focus of this teacher resource is the people who have played important roles in Biblical history.
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Breakthrough! New Testament Activity Booklet
Breakthrough! Old Testament Activity Booklet
Joanna Dailey Saint Mary's Press
Joanna Dailey Saint Mary's Press
The New Testament Activity Booklet contains worksheets that explore the life of Jesus and his teachings. Each worksheet contains a creative learning activity on one side that requires reading the Gospels to complete. The worksheet's other side contains additional background information, reading suggestions, and reflection questions.
This student activity booklet covers the same people as the Old Testament Leader Guide. Each biblical figure has a puzzle for the student to work with that guarantees that they have the basics of the story down, encouraging them to read about each person. A second page has a short introduction to the character that explains their place in salvation history. This page also contains reflection questions for students to consider as they make connections between this biblical figure and their own lives.
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Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics Supplementary Resources for teachers Breakthrough! Bible Posters New Testament and Old Testament
New Testament posters include:
Old Testament posters include:
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Jesus the Christ John the Baptist Mary of Nazareth Mary Magdalene Paul Peter Priscilla and Aquila Timothy
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Perfect for visual learners, the Breakthrough! posters feature key people from Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics. Each 28cm x 43cm poster features a large image of the biblical figure along with four or five facts central to that person's role in the Bible. Posters are laminated on the front for durability.
Adam and Eve Abraham David Deborah Ezra and Nehemiah Isaiah Moses Solomon
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Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth, Third Edition Brian Singer-Towns St Mary’s Press The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth, Third Edition is an understandable and downto-earth guide to all things Catholic. Whether you are brushing up on specific Catholic terms and concepts or learning them for the first time, this resource offers students the opportunity to delve into, learn about, appreciate, and fully understand their Catholic faith. Using an innovative approach to presenting the facts (with sidebars such as Did You Know?, Live It!, Pray It!, Catholic Wisdom, Saintly Profiles, and Scripture Connection) deepens students' knowledge of Catholic beliefs and practices, prayers and devotions, signs and symbols, patron saints, Church history and more.
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The Third Space Aid interfaith, intercultural and ethical understanding The Third Space Provide students with an opportunity to explore, understand and truly respect people of different cultural, racial and religious belief systems.
This unique series of 13 novellas has been developed in response to the Australian Curriculum’s inclusion of the key elements of diversity competence, intercultural understanding, personal and social capability, and critical and creative thinking. »» Provide a realistic, authentic and approachable entry point into belief systems and intercultural dialogue. »» Specifically meets the requirements of the Australian Curriculum Strand, Intercultural Understanding. »» Enable students to recognise culture, develop respect and interact and empathise with others.
Each easily digestible novella presents students with a true-life story from the perspective of a young protagonist from a different ethnic, religious and cultural background living in modern-day Australia. The series is supported by a comprehensive Educators Guide that provides enriching activities and discussions for use before, during, and after students read the novellas. »» Focus on mutual reciprocity as opposed to simply learning about diversity. »» Allow teachers to understand interfaith and intercultural dialogue from students’ perspectives.
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The Catholic Youth Bible Stimulate a true understanding and love of the Bible Read It! Enjoy reading the Bible Pray It! Use the Bible for personal prayer Study It! Understand and make sense of what the bible says 9781599821351 | RRP $54.95 | Sophia $46.71
Live It! Apply Bible messages to everyday life situations And most of all… Love It!
YEARS 7-12 Genesis 4:26
and now, he might reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life, and eat, and live forever”— 23 therefore the LORD God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from which he was taken. 24 He drove out the man; and at the east of the garden of Eden he placed the cherubim, and a sword flaming and turning to guard the way to the tree of life.
Cain Murders Abel
Manna and Rice
Now the man knew his wife Eve, and she conceived and bore Cain, saying, “I have produced a a man with the help of the LORD.” Rice is the symbol of our life his poem from 2Japan, by Masao and Fumiko Next she bore his brother Abel. Now Abel was a We eat rice daily Takenaka, expresses their appreciation for rice, keeper of sheep, and Cain a tiller of the ground. There are different kinds of rice the most basic food of the Japanese. It unites them 3 In the course of time Cain brought to the LORD But we are one as a people and reminds them to be joyful. In a simias the rice-eating community an offering of the fruit of the ground, 4 and Abel lar way, Exodus tells how the gift of manna united the Rice is the symbol of celebration for his part brought of the Israelites and gave them a reason for celebration de-firstlings of his flock, We express our joy of harvest with it their portions. the LORD had regard for There are many sufferings in Asia spite their many trials. Whatfat foods unite youAnd and your 5 but for Cain and his ofbut we anticipate the time of cosmic celebration. Abel and his offering, friends? your family? your culture? What connections (From Maren C. Tirabassi and fering he had So Cain was very angry, do you see between manna, rice, andno theregard. Eucharist? Kathy Wonson Eddy, editors, and his countenance fell. 6 The LORD said to Cain, Gifts of Many Cultures, p. 186) “Why are you angry, and why has your counteEx 16:1–36 A nance fallen? 7 If you do well, will you not be accepted? And if you do not do well, sin is lurking at the door; its desire is for you, but you must master it.” some of the elders and take two days; each of you stay where you are; do not84 ahead of the people, 8 Cain said hand to histhe brother of Israel with you; take in your staff Abel, “Let us go out leave your place on the seventh day.” 30 So the 6 I will to thethe field.” Andgo. when they were in the field, with which you struck Nile,b and people rested on the seventh day. 31 The house of Israel called it manna; it was be standing there Cain in front of up youagainst on the his rockbrother at rose Abel, and killed 9 Then like coriander seed, white, and the taste of it was Horeb. Strike the rock, water come him. and thewill LORD saidout to Cain, “Where is your like wafers made with honey. 32Moses said, “This of it, so that the people drink.” brothermay Abel?” He Moses said, “Idid do not know; am I my so, in the sight of brother’s the elders of Israel. 7 He is what the LORD has commanded: ‘Let an omer of called 10 And keeper?” the LORD said, “What it be kept throughout your generations, in order the place Massah b and Meribah, c because the Ishave you done? Listen; your brother’s blood is the that God they may seeFather the food with which I fed you raelites quarreled and tested the LORD, saying, “Is crying out to me from the ground! 11 And now in the wilderness, you out the LORDtoamong or not?” God us as all the 15:11 ave youwhen everI brought asked your par-of erence 97 youthearecreator cursed offrom ground, which has Exodus the land of Egypt.’ ” 33And Moses said to Aaron, things. But it was not until Jesus came ents what your name means opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood Amalek Attacks Israel and Is Defeated “Take a jar, and put an omer of manna in it, and 12 When you till the ground, it between army of and the army ofinto Israworld that we learned thewith true they forEgypt you? Generfrom yourfought hand. placeorit why before the chose Lthe ORD , toit be kept throughout 8the Then Amalek came and Israel at el. And so the cloud was there with the darkness, 34 9 will longer yield to some you its strength; you will yourally, generations.” Rephidim.of Moses As name the LORD said no toFather Joshua, “Choose meaning the name for God. behind each is acommanded story or Did You Know? and it lit up theit night; one not come nearmen the for us and go out, fight with Amalek. TomorMoses, so Aaron placed thedid covenant, be aas fugitive wanderer on the earth.” 13 Cain revealing himself God’s and only aSon, a meaning that saysbefore something about a By other 35 all night. row I will stand onsaid the top of hill,with staff for safekeeping. The Israelites ate manna forty tohis thethe LORD “Mythe punishment is greater than Jesus relationship the individual. The same is true 21 Then Moses stretched outabout his hand over the also revealed 10 So at the Sea of God inSong my hand.” years, until they came to a habitable land; they ate Joshua did as you Moses 14 Today I can bear! have driven me away sea. The LORD drove thewas sea back by a strong east with (See “The Trinity,” God’s own revealed manna, until theyname, came towhich the border of the land told God him, as andFather. fought with Amalek, while Moses, he Song atthe thesoil, Sea in Exodus 15:1–21 is from and I shall be hidden from your wind all night, and turned the sea into dry land; 36 near Jnand 17:20–26, to Moses burning God of Canaan. Aaron, Hur went for up more tooldest the informatop of the hill.Bible. It An from omer the is a tenth of anbush. ephah. probably in the and the waters were divided. 22 The Israelites went face; the I shall bewriting a fugitive and a wanderer on the 11 Whenever held up his hand, Israel pretion aboutis Moses the relationship between tells Moses hisdry name in Hebrew an example of how the Israelite people put into thethat sea on ground, the waters forming earth, and anyone who meets me may kill me.” Water from the Rock vailed; whenever he lowered his hand, Ama- that God Father Jesus.) the is “Yahweh,” be right translated a wall forwhich them can on their and on their left.theand stories and of15God’s mighty deeds intoto song so “Not Then the LFrom ORD said so!XEc Whoever 12 But Moses’ lek wilderness whole conhands grew weary;him, so 23the The Egyptians pursued, and went into the seaprevailed. they could be Cain remembered and passed on from name Father, wekills are reminded of our asFrom “I AM WHO I AM” of orSin “hethecauses to will suffer a sevenfold vengeance.” And gregation of theall Israelites journeyed by they took a stone and put it under him, and he sat afterexists.” them, of Pharaoh’s horses,we chariots, andas generation God’s adopted daughters and beaswhat From this name thetoheld Lgeneration. ORD puthisa hands, mark on stages, the LORD drivers. on it. Aaron and Hur up oneCain, on so that no one who commanded. They camped at therole 24 At the chariot morning watch L ORD Verses 20–21 tell us that the prophetess Mir- 16 sons and the endless love the Father learn in that God alone is the source of one side, and the other on the other side; so his Rephidim, but there was no water for the peocame upon him would kill him. Then Cain the pillar of fire and cloud looked down upon iam led the prayer—singing 13 and dancing. Miriam 2 hands steady until the sun from set. And ple to people quarreled withthe Moses, forwere each onewent of us. The name Fa-Joshua alldrink. things. away the presence of the LORD, and the The Egyptian army, and threw Egyptianhas army was Moses and Aaron’s sister. It is most likely Mir25 He and said, “Give us water to clogged drink.” aMoses said towheels defeated and people with the into panic. their chariot soalsoAmalek settled inover theher land ofsword. Nod, d east of Eden. ther helps us tohisremember God’s But the meaning from one name iam who watched younger them, “Whythat do you Why doThe youEgyptians 14 Then the LORD said to Moses, “Writebrother this Motheyquarrel turnedwith withme? difficulty. authority and power over us and all ses when their and mother placed the basket alone cannot beflee enough toIsraelites, truly test the LORD asORD a reminder in a book recite it inhim the inhear?” 3“Let But the people thereenfor said, us fromthirsted the for the L Beginnings of Civilization of creation. Jesus taught us to pray amid the reeds (see Ex 2:4,7–8; Num 26:59). compass all that God is. Perhaps ing of Joshua: I will utterly blot out the rememwater; and is thefighting people complained against Moses for them against Egypt.” 17 Micah Cain knew and she conceived and The prophet describes Moses, Aaron, 15 And calling Father, and so we are his ablewife, branceGod of Amalek from under heaven.” and that said, is “Why didalong you bring out of Egypt, why, with usYahweh, the bore built a city, and Miriam as aEnoch; leadership team sent God (see and named it The Pursuers Drowned to kill and our children and livestock with built an altar and called it,and The Lhe ORD isby my toMoses address God intimately and realize Oldus Testament has many descriptive 18 after his son Enoch. Enoch was born Mic 6:4).Enoch Many biblical scholars believe thatTo Mir26 Then said to, “What Moses, “Stretch thirst?” 4 So Moses criedthe outLORD to the LORD God desires a loving and personal asalmost “God Al- the that iam may be the author of the Song at the Sea. outfor yourGod, hand such over sea, so ready that water shallnames I do with this people? They the are a Or treaty or testimony; Heb eduth b That is Test c That is with us. mighty” “thetheeverlasting 5 come17:1), This is one of the few biblical stories that clearly may(Gen back upon Egyptians, uponrelationship their
to stone me.” The LORD said to Moses, “Go on Quarrel 27 So Moses stretched chariots and chariot drivers.” shows a woman serving as a prayer leader. God” (Isa 40:28) and “the Most High” out his hand over the sea, and at dawn the Ex 3:13–15 Asea (Isa 14:14). returned to its normal depth. As the Egyptians Ex 15:1–21 A 01-Ge-CYB-NRSV-Intl-1.indd Catechism, nos. 232–242 29 Onefled name theit, Israelites oftenthe used before the LORD tossed Egyptians into 28 The waters returned and covered the the 100 sea. (see 02-Ex-CYB-NRSV-Intl-1.indd 3/2/2011 11:43:15 AM was Father Deut 32:6) in refchariots and the chariot drivers, the entire army of Pharaoh that had followed them into the sea; not 29 his picked officers were sunk in the Red Sea. c one of them remained. But the Israelites walked 5 The floods covered them; on dry ground through the sea, the waters forming they went down into the depths like a stone. a wall for them on their right and on their left. 6 Your right hand, O LORD, glorious in power— 30 Thus the LORD saved Israel that day from your right hand, O LORD, shattered the enemy. the Egyptians; and Israel saw the Egyptians dead 7 In the greatness of your majesty you overthrew on the seashore. 31 Israel saw the great work that your adversaries; the LORD did against the Egyptians. So the people you sent out your fury, it consumed them like feared the LORD and believed in the LORD and in stubble. his servant Moses.
At the blast of your nostrils the waters piled up,
Irad; and Irad was the father of Mehujael, and Mehujael the father of Methushael, and Methushael the father of Lamech. 19 Lamech took two wives; the name of the one was Adah, and the name of the other Zillah. 20 Adah bore Jabal; he was the ancestor of those who live in tents and have livestock. 21 His brother’s name was Jubal; he was the ancestor of all those who play the lyre and pipe. 22 Zillah bore Tubal-cain, who made all kinds of bronze and iron tools. The sister of Tubal-cain was Naamah. 23 Lamech said to his wives:
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“Adah and Zillah, hear my voice; you wives of Lamech, listen to what I say: I have killed a man for wounding me, a young man for striking me. If Cain is avenged sevenfold, truly Lamech seventy-sevenfold.”
25 Adam knew his wife again, and she bore a son and named him Seth, for she said, “God has appointed e for me another child instead of Abel, because Cain killed him.” 26 To Seth also a son was born, and he named him Enosh. At that time people began to invoke the name of the LORD.
a The verb in Heb resembles the word for Cain b Sam Gk Syr Compare Vg: MT lacks Let us go out to the field c Gk Syr Vg: Heb Therefore d That is Wandering e The verb in Heb resembles the word for Seth
ive It! Brothers and Sisters
m I my brother’s keeper?” (Gen 4:9). With that famous question, Cain pretends he does not know where his brother is. God does not answer Cain’s question directly, but each of us knows the response. We are— each of us and all of us—responsible for one another: family, friends, and strangers. We are brothers and sisters because God has created us that way. We cannot avoid our obligation to watch out for one another. Are there people in your life who need you to be a brother or sister to them? How can you reach out to them?
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Help them find answers and meaning in their day-to-day lives Packed with special, youth-friendly features, The Catholic Youth Bible skillfully connects Bible The Catholic Youth Bible is specifically tailored stories and meanings to: to the needs of today’s modern learners. The contemporary, conversational language usedGenesis in 1:26 »» Today’s world and the specific issues that impact teenagers (Did You Know?, Live It!, the The Catholic Youth Bible opens up dialogue26 Then God said, “Let us make humankind tree with seed in its fruit; you shall have them for in our image, according to ourPray likeness; and let food. And to every It! Sections ). beast of the earth, and to have dominion over the fish of the sea, and every bird of the air, and to everything that creeps through which the Word of God can flow andthem be over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, and on the earth, everything that has the breath of life, over all the wild animals of the earth, and over I have given every green plant for food.” And it understood. was so. God every creeping thing that upon theteachings earth.” everything that he had made, »»creepsThe ofsawthe Catholic Church and indeed, it was very good. And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day. (Catholic Connections) tofin-Catholic social the heavens and theand earth were ished, and all their multitude. And on the God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be 2 Thus fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and sub- principles. seventh day God finished the work that he had teaching due it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea done, and he rested on the seventh day from all 24
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So God created humankind a in his image, in the image of God he created them; c male and female he created them.
and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth.” 29 God said, “See, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is upon the face of all the earth, and every
the work that he had done. 3 So God blessed the
seventh day and hallowed it, because on it God »» Different cultures inter-faith rested from all theand work that he had done in creation. 4 These are the generations of the heavens understandings. and the earth when they were created.
In the Beginning Exodus 34:1
to a land flowing with milk and honey; but I will not go up among you, or I would consume you on the way, for you are a stiff-necked people.” 4 When the people heard these harsh words, they mourned, and no one put on ornaments. 5 For the LORD had said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, ‘You are a stiff-necked people; if for a single moment I should go up among you, I would consume you. So now take off your ornaments, and I will decide what to do to you.’ ” 6 Therefore the Israelites stripped themselves of their ornaments, from Mount Horeb onward. The Tent outside the Camp
7 Now Moses used to take the tent and pitch it outside the camp, far off from the camp; he called it the tent of meeting. And everyone who sought the LORD would go out to the tent of meeting, which was outside the camp. 8 Whenever Moses went out to the tent, all the people would rise and stand, each of them, at the entrance of their tents and watch Moses until he had gone into the tent. 9 When Moses entered the tent, the pillar of cloud would descend and stand at the entrance of the tent, and the LORD would speak with Moses. 10 When all the people saw the pillar of cloud standing at the entrance of the tent, all the people would rise and bow down, all of them, at the entrance of their tent. 11 Thus the LORD used to speak to Moses face to face, as one speaks to a friend. Then he would return to the camp; but his young assistant, Joshua son of Nun, would not leave the tent. Moses’ Intercession
12 Moses said to the LORD, “See, you have said to me, ‘Bring up this people’; but you have not let me know whom you will send with me. Yet you have said, ‘I know you by name, and you have also found favor in my sight.’ 13 Now if I have found favor in your sight, show me your ways, so that I may know you and find favor in your sight. Consider too that this nation is your people.” 14 He said, “My presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.” 15 And he said to him, “If your presence will not go, do not carry us up from here. 16 For how shall it be known that I have found favor in your sight, I and your people, unless you go with us? In this way, we shall be distinct, I and your people, from every E people on the face of the earth.” X 17 The LORD said to Moses, “I will do the very thing that you have asked; for you have found favor in my sight, and I know you by name.” 18 Moses said, “Show me your glory, I pray.” 19 And he said, “I will make all my goodness pass before
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ome Christians believe that God actually created the world in seven twenty-four-hour days. Such a belief comes from a literal reading of the first chapter of Genesis, as though it were a scientific textbook. However, Genesis was written not as a science article but as a series of symbolic stories, sometimes called mythic stories, that convey great moral and spiritual truths. We should not try to come to any scientific conclusions about the creation of the world from reading these stories. Mythic stories are one literary type, or genre. You just have to look in a newspaper to see examples of different literary genres: news stories, advice columns, editorials, and comics. Each genre has different rules for interpreting its meaning. The Bible also contains many types of literary genres, including hero stories, poetry, laws, legends, fictional satire, debates, and letters. To properly understand the Bible, pay attention to the literary genre—otherwise, you might believe the Bible is saying something God doesn’t intend.
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mercy on whom I will show mercy. 20But,” he said, “you cannot see my face; for no one shall see me and live.” 21And the LORD continued, “See, there is a place by me where Caring for you shall stand on the rock; 22and while my glory passes by I will put you in a cleft of the rock, and I will cover you myorhand I have passed who are poorest and most vulnerou shall notwith wrong op- until by; 23then take away youand shall able. and Policies laws that affect pressI awill resident alien. my . . . hand, mynot back; but any my widow face shall how be weseen.” develop the land, grow Yousee shall abuse or not
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society have access to the basic rights of nutrition, housing, education, and health care? If not, orphan” (Ex 22:21–22). This sec- and sell our food, provide health what are we doing about it? Moses Makes New Tablets tion of the Sinai laws reminds the care, price prescription drugs, The LORD to poor Moses,and “Cut two education tablets Ex 22:21–27 make accessible Israelites to take caresaid of the of stone likemidst. the former ones, andincrease I will or decrease either and vulnerable in their One can Option for the Poor and on principles the tablets wordspoverty. that were on the of write the key of the Catholic Vulnerable The Church tells us that a basic social teaching is the Option for a Heb YHWH; see note at 3.15 the Poor and Vulnerable. This moral test of a society is how it means that as a society we are treats its most vulnerable memobliged to always be mindful of bers. So, how do you think we how policies and laws affect those are doing? Does everyone in our
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Uses NRSV Translation The Catholic Youth Bible is a true companion, helping young people find the answers they seek and making connections to their Catholic beliefs and traditions. Over 700 Pray It!, Study It!, Live It! articles encourage prayer, understanding,
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n the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth . . .” (Gen 1:1). This simple verse is one of the foundational beliefs of Christianity. We are not a random collection of atoms. The world is not a lucky combiGod Passing By nation of cosmic circumstances. The universe ow canaccidentally we get to God without acdidclose not just happen. tually seeing God’s of face? If anyone would The beginning wisdom is acknowledging know, it is Moses. His rather amazing encounter that a higher power is at work in our lives, E with God is recorded in Exodus 33:17–23. that the universe has purpose, and that everyX We too can experience, as many saints and thing was created by God. The ancient writers mystics have, a deep intimacy with God. It is and editors of Genesis expressed these ideas significant that God and Moses most often met in the Creation stories. The Church affirms in nature. If you are lucky, you have a favorite these beliefs. They are expressed in a prayer outdoor spot. Perhaps it is a place where you called the Apostles’ Creed, which begins, “I can simply sit and ponder as you gaze at the God the father of scenerybelieve before in you. Perhaps duringalmighty, a sunsetcreator on earth.” a lovely heaven summerand evening or while gazing at the expresses another foundational besea or a flGenesis owing stream, you somehow connect lief:You God created everything Read the with God. may not actually see orgood! feel the in chapter 1,you andknow see that howGod thisisbelief is hand of story God, but somehow repeated: humankind with youconstantly and you are catching aAnd glimpse of God’sis “very good,” createdheld in God’s own of image. glory. You feel yourself in the palm God’s This is to you in first (see chapter of graciousGod’s hand.message And sometimes, likethe Moses the Bible: You carry God’s image 34:29), you are transformed by the powerwithin of you. You are very good! God’s presence. WhereDon’t do you fully experience let most anyone the presence of toGod? Close your eyes ever try convince and call you to mind that place; otherwise. spend some time in prayer there for awhile. Gen 1:1—2:4
16 When a man seduces a virgin who is not engaged to be married, and lies with her, he shall give the bride-price for her and make her his wife. 17 But if her father refuses to give her to him, he shall pay an amount equal to the brideprice for virgins. 18 You shall not permit a female sorcerer to live. 19 Whoever lies with an animal shall be put to death. 20 Whoever sacrifices to any god, other than the LORD alone, shall be devoted to destruction. 21 You shall not wrong or oppress a resident alien, for you were aliens in the land of Egypt. 22 You shall not abuse any widow or orphan. 23 If you do abuse them, when they cry out to me, I will surely heed their cry; 24 my wrath will burn, and I will kill you with the sword, and your wives shall become widows and your children orphans. 25 If you lend money to my people, to the poor among you, you shall not deal with them as a creditor; you shall not exact interest from them. 26 If you take your neighbor’s cloak in pawn, you shall restore it before the sun goes down; 27 for it may be your neighbor’s only clothing to use as cover; in what else shall that person sleep? And
28 You shall not revile God, or curse a leader of your people. 29 You shall not delay to make offerings from the fullness of your harvest and from the outflow of your presses. a The firstborn of your sons you shall give to me. 30 You shall do the same with your oxen and with your sheep: seven days it shall remain with its mother; on the eighth day you shall give it to me. 31 You shall be people consecrated to me; therefore you shall not eat any meat that is mangled by beasts in the field; you shall throw it to the dogs.
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Read-to-Go Game Shows: Catholic Teachings and Practices Michael Theisen Saint Mary's Press RRP $58.95 | Sophia $50.11 9780884897576
CateQUIZEM! Vol 1: Holy Spirit: Lord Giver of Life DVD Bob Rice Catholic Word Liven your RE classroom with this fun, interactive DVD-based video, which allows classrooms to interact with the content through the DVD's four sections: Learn It! Play It!, Live It! and Pray It! Topics include: Creed, Sacraments, Morality and Prayer. RRP $56.95 | Sophia $48.41 | CQHS Catholicism: Study Program and compelling way, with original, high-definition cinematography. Fr Robert Barron Word on Fire Ministries Teacher's Guide available: packed with activities and discussion questions for each episode. Never before has there been a better or a more engaging Also includes an extensive index of topics linked and interesting way to acquire to the DVD episodes perfect to supplement your a deeper understanding of the religion classes. truth, beauty and goodness of the Catholic faith. With DVD: 10 compelling episodes on RRP $329.95 | Sophia $280.46 five DVDs, and filmed in 50 793573041630 locations throughout 15 countries, Catholicism reveals Teacher's Guide all the truths of the Catholic RRP $79.95 | Sophia $67.96 | PJWF101 faith in a visually breathtaking 32 <
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Promoting Interfaith Understanding World Religions: A Voyage of Discovery (4th Edition) Student Text
God, Yahweh, Allah: What Kids Want to Know: 100 Questions About Faith and Belief
Jeffery Brodd Saint Mary’s Press
Katia Mrowiec, Fr Michael Kubler and Antoine Sfeir Novalis
Unlock the doors to the world’s major religious texts and traditions and understand the people of other faiths. A new, contemporary design makes teaching easy and learning fun, with a great selection of engaging student activities. RRP $87.95 | Sophia $74.76 | 9781599823294
In keeping with our increasingly multi-cultural society, help yourself to understand more fully some of our deepest questions about Christianity, Judaism and Islam, so that you can better explain to your students the beliefs and teachings of these traditions. RRP $49.95 | Sophia $42.46 | 9782896466221
World Religions: A Voyage of Discovery (4th Edition) Teacher Guide Jeffery Brodd Saint Mary’s Press A perfect companion for those reading text and traditions. Packed with deeper insights, activities and exercises.
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Primary Source Readings in World Religions Student Text Jeffrey Brodd Saint Mary’s Press Provide your students with a guide that will enable them to truly understand and respect the foundational texts from the major world religions including Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism and more. RRP $54.95 | Sophia $46.71 | 9780884898474
Inside Islam: A Guide for Catholics
Primary Source Readings in World Religions Leader's Guide
Daniel Ali Ascension Press
Patrick Tiernan Saint Mary’s Press
An essential resource for teachers and students alike who are exploring this historic religion. After reading this book, you and your students will have a better understanding of the issues discussed every day in the news.
The ideal resource for teachers with additional summaries, activities, prayers and advice to guide students' understanding of other faiths and their peoples.
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Exploring other faiths, their texts and traditions
Religion in Modern-Day Australia Religion and fact Faith and Literature Matters
Faith and Science Matters
Michael O’ Hearn and Brand Michael W Wiggins New Novalis
Ed. Michael O'Hearn Novalis
A vibrant exploration of the role of faith in the great works of literature. Teachers and religious educators will discover a wealth of material in this book for engaging their students in reflection and discussion about their faith as explored through the chapters of literature. From the Bible itself, to works by T.S. Elliott, C.S. Lewis, Shakespeare and even works from modern-day cinema are explored. RRP $39.95 | Sophia $33.96 | 9782896465422
Learn of the inter-relationship between faith and science that confronts directly the misconceptions surrounding Catholic thought on various scientific developments, and help students understand Catholic teaching on issues such as cosmology, creation, evolution, bioethics, ecology and technology.
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Introducing Science and Religion
Social Justice: Fuller Life in a Fairer World
Gillian K. Straine SPCK
Bruce Duncan Garratt Publishing
Take a serious look at both sides of the Christian versus science debate and discover that, with understanding, both sides of the 'conflict' throw light on each other's approach. Discover that it is therefore possible to hold both a rational interest in the world and scientific attempts to understand it, and a lively and questioning faith in God that takes the Bible seriously.
Enrich your students' understanding of how biblical and Catholic traditions may be applied to social justice issues: from climate change to economic crises to the plight of Australia’s indigenous peoples. A must read for anyone interested in a fairer world.
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Jesus and the Natural World
The Language of the Unheard
Denis Edwards Garratt Publishing
John Falzon (CEO of St Vincent de Paul’s) WAS Garratt Publishing $19.95
Lead students to discover a Christian approach to ecology and sustainability. Link science with Scripture to assist modern students in gaining a deeper connection to their faith, communities and a stronger commitment to the survival of God’s earth.
Focus your students' attention on the plight of Australia’s dispossessed and disenfranchised and allow them to contemplate the vision of a less than desirable future – if we continue not to ‘hear’ the ‘unheard’.
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Religion in Modern-Day Australia What’s really happening in our churches today? Life, Ethics and Faith in Australian Society: Facts and Figures
An excellent resource for students researching Australian society, religion and culture. Drawing on data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and several other major social surveys, explore not only the general impact of religion, but how that impact varies according to the extent of people’s involvement in religion and the particular religious group in which people are involved. To understand Australian culture and society, one needs to understand the impact of the multiplicity of faiths that shape the lives of Australians. 9781875223770 | RRP $48.00 | Sophia $40.80
Philip Hughes, Margaret Fraser, Stephen Reid Christian Research Association
An essential reference on Australia’s religious groups with the latest information from the Australian 2011 Census. This book describes the changing profile and participation in religious groups within Australia. Provide your students with this invaluable resource, perfect for assignment research purposes . Alternatively ideal for the teacher who is interested in the change occurring in our society today. 9781875223718 | RRP $45.00 | Sophia $38.25
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Philip Hughes and Lachlan Fraser Christian Research Association
Australia's Religious Communities: Facts and Figures
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le Availab May! New Ways of Living the Gospel: Spiritual Traditions in Catholic Schools Jim and Therese Dâ€™Orsa Be inspired with new ways of linking faith and your educational mission! How do the Spiritual Traditions of past that built our Catholic schools adapt to meet the changing needs of modern Australian school communities and maintain a strong Catholic identity? This fourth volume in The Mission and Education Series from the team at Broken Bay Institute is a must-read for all Catholic school leadership teams. Explore how religious congregations and the lay movements they inspire are evolving their charism, traditions, Catholic identity, and pedagogy, and finding new ways to live, and espouse, the Gospels. Uncover the range of exceptional initiatives currently bringing the Gospel to life for and with Catholic educators from congregations including the Good Samaritans, Sisters of St Joseph, Salesians, Marists, Christian Bothers and Edmund Rice Education Australia, Jesuits and more. RRP $49.95 | Sophia $42.46 | 9780987306050
Educators Guide to Catholic Identity: Practical ways to enhance your schoolsâ€™ Catholic Identity Paul Sharkey A practical guide for teachers and leadership teams in Catholic schools. In the rapidly changing times we live in, there is no room for complacency when it comes to Catholic identity issues. Discover the practical ways Australian schools are evolving their pastoral care programs, curriculum, pedagogy, liturgy and more to enhance their Catholic identity and offer students an even stronger, more sustained engagement with their faith. RRP $29.95 | Sophia $25.46 | 9780987306036 New from Paul Sharkey
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The Mission and Education Series Take your Catholic school leadership to the next level with this cutting-edge, thought-provoking series created by the team at The Broken Bay Institute. Explorers Guides and Meaning Makers: Mission Theology for Catholic Educators
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Learn how to put the ‘Catholic’ back into Catholic schools. Written for everyone involved in Catholic teaching and education. Catholic Curriculum: A Mission to the Heart of Young People Jim and Therese D’Orsa RRP $49.95 | Sophia $42.46 | 9780987306005 Bring about deep change in your school and create a truly holistic Catholic curriculum. A vital reference for all Catholic educators. Leading for Mission: Integrating Life, Culture and Faith in Catholic Education Jim and Therese D’Orsa RRP $49.95 | Sophia $42.46 | 9780987306012 Ideal for educators seeking imaginative and thought-provoking ways to lead modern students in uncertain times.
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The Francis Factor Inspiration and guidance from the Pope Joy of the Gospel: A Group Reading Guide to Pope Francis' Evangelii Gaudium
Evangelii Gaudium: The Joy of the Gospel – Second Encyclical Letter from Pope Francis
Bill Huebsch Twenty Third Publications
Pope Francis St Pauls TEACHER RESOURCES
Perfect for classroom discussions and promoting an understanding of the joy that can be gained from the Gospels.
Be heartened by the Pope's new vision and guidelines for the Church, and be encouraged directly by him to, first and foremost, rediscover the joy of a personal encounter with Jesus. RRP $9.95 | Sophia $8.46 | 9781921963391
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What Pope Francis Says about Jesus: 30 Days of Reflections and Prayers
The People Wish To See Jesus: Reflections for Those Who Teach
Gwen Costello Twenty Third Publications
Pope Francis Crossroad Publishing Inspirational words and powerful reflections for educators and catechists from the Archbishop Borgoglio.
Spend 30 days with the words of Pope Francis as he focuses on Jesus Christ. His words will inspire any teacher to understand and embrace the gospel message more joyfully and to live them more fully. Single: RRP $4.95 | Sophia $4.21 | 9781627850513 Purchase 10 or more: $3.95 Sophia $3.36 Have the Courage to Be Happy: Thoughts of Pope Francis for Young People Marco Pappalardo Novalis
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This workbook for young people explores such themes as ‘seeing with new eyes’ and ‘your very own rose’ with reflections from Pope Francis given at the World Youth Day. It poses questions, suggests prayers and action. There is space included for young people to enter their own thoughts.
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Teaching Resources for All Catholic School Teachers Ideas to grow, deepen and develop teaching skills Heart of a Catechist from the Church of Mercy by Pope Francis Pope Francis Loyola Press
These affordable pamphlets will inspire confidence in new recruits and help reenergize veterans! Pope Francisâ€™ words will help all your staff connect deeply to their own spiritual path and call to spread Godâ€™s Word. Available in packs of 50 for your whole teaching and administration staff. RRP $44.95| Sophia $38.21 | 9780829442410
31 Days to Become a Better Religious Educator
So You're Teaching Religion! Some Strategies for the Beginner Dr Richard Rymarz Novalis
The essential guide and companion for new and veteran religious educators seeking to create engaging and dynamic faith formation classes! Find outstanding strategies for teaching Scripture, Sacraments, prayer, social justice and morality in schools. RRP $19.95 | Sophia $16.96 | 9782896880423
Jared Dees Ave Maria Press There is no need to re-invent the wheel! Enhance your effectiveness as a religious educator and discover some practical strategies and exercises for fostering spiritual growth in the classroom.
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Their Name Is Today: Reclaiming Childhood in a Hostile World Johann Christoph Arnold Plough Publishing With a foreword from Rev Tim Costello, this is a beautiful, wise reflection on childhood. Teachers will gain insight on helping students tackle technology, standardised testing, overstimulation, academic pressure, modern-day marketing messages, and more, to let them flourish and enjoy their childhood. RRP $19.95 | Sophia $16.96 | 9780874866308
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A must-have message from Pope Francis directly to each teacher in your school.
Spiritual Nourishment for Teachers Deepen your soul and enhance your teaching 5 Minutes with the Saints: More Spiritual Nourishment for Busy Teachers Louis A DelFra CSC Ave Maria Press
Ideal for teacher retreats and staff meetings
5 Minutes with the Saints offers bite-sized moments of spiritual motivation and affirmation teachers need to continue their challenging and often thankless work. RRP $29.95 | Sophia $25.46 | 9781594714481
Essential Catechist Bookshelf Jesus: the Master Catechist 12 Lessons from Jesus on Being a Catechist Bill Huebsch Twenty Third Publications Offering insights from the master of all catechists, this indispensable book will help educators integrate Jesus' gospel message into the whole of their being; and to inspire their students to do the same. NEW FOR 2015
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5 Minutes with Christ: Spiritual Nourishment for Busy Teachers Ann Primus Berends Ave Maria Press Obtain a few minutes of spiritual nourishment during the school day with these purpose-written prayers and reflections for busy Catholic School teachers.
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Teaching Teens Religion: How to Make It a Favourite Class Danny Brock Novalis
Guidance, inspiration and more than a few laughs for the high school teacher who may be bewildered, unsure and too often disheartened at the prospect of teaching teens religion. RRP $79.95 | Sophia $67.96 | 9782896461264
Words For The Journey: Ten Minute Prayer Services for Teachers and Administrators Lisa Freemantle Novalis Find time for prayer during your busy day with these ready-made prayer-services which cover liturgical and secular themes. RRP $49.95 | Sophia $42.46 | 9782896461424
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Strengthen Catholic Identity in Schools Enriching your school community
Must-have resources for parents or teachers new to your Catholic school, or indeed to the Catholic faith!
So You're Sending Your Child to a Catholic School A Friendly Guide to the Catholic Tradition Monsignor Tony Doherty Garratt Publishing Assist new families wishing to send their children to a Catholic school to understand the particular culture, and a few core beliefs and values, which make a Catholic school ... Catholic! RRP $19.95 | Sophia $16.96 | 9781922152084
So You're Working for the Catholic Church A Friendly Guide to the Catholic Tradition Monsignor Tony Doherty Garratt Publishing Welcome and induct new employees or volunteers to your school, providing them with an introductory insight into Catholic culture and values.
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