In No No Game, players try to get each other to say no. It could be used at a meeting about saying “yes” instead of “no”. It also works in well with the Annunciation and Mary’s fiat when she said “yes” instead of “no”.
6th Sunday in Ordinary Time
This simple Ten Commandments activity will help children who already have some knowledge of the Ten Commandments learn how to order them correctly.
Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati loved to climb mountains. He served the poor with the same enthusiasm which he participated in this athletic activity. The phrase “verso l’alto” is often associated with Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati. It means “to the heights”. It refers to the desire to reach the summit of eternal life. He is called “Man of the Eight Beatitudes” because of his holiness.
Not in My Basket is an active game where youth try to get their own balls in their own basket while keeping the other team’s balls out. This can be a good game to play for the topics of racism and immigration. If you use the option to change the rules mid-game, this makes a good tie in with a lesson on authority or Magisterium.
The readings for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C are all about being blessed, which might also be translated happy or lucky. o the focus this weekend is on the Beatitudes and the many blessings in our lives.
The Catholic Church teaches that moral law comes from God as “fatherly instructions” to help us determine what is right and what is wrong.