Food For Thought - Catecasting The Net

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Sinopsis

A Golden Apple Award-winning Catholic School Religion teacher answers the questions people young and old have about the Catholic faith in a manner consistent with the teachings of the Church. Relying on Scripture, Tradition, and common sense, people can discover the Truth - "on earth as it is in Heaven." What started as a simple classroom activity now casts a much wider net (through the inter-"net") for Christ!

Episodios

  • FFT - Episode 3

    FFT - Episode 3

    19/08/2011

    The Blessed Virgin Mary Why do Catholics take Jesus literally when He calls Himself the "Bread of Life?" Why is it that, when we pray, it sometimes seems that God is not there or is not listening? Gospel Reflection for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time Subscribe using the feed on the right or listen here. I.  Intro    A.  Praised be Jesus Christ... now and forever! II. Opening Prayer - Sign of the Cross    A.  - Sign of the Cross       1. Lord Jesus, You are the same yesterday, today and forever.  Do not let us be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings.  Let our hearts be strengthened by grace rather than the food that this world offers.  Through You, Lord Jesus, we offer up a sacrifice of praise to our Heavenly Father, the fruit of lips that acknowledge His Name.  Amen.  Sign of the Cross. (Prayer based on Heb 13:8-9, 15) III. Saint of the Week    A. The Blessed Virgin Mary       1.  

  • FFT - Episode 2 (The First Full Episode)

    FFT - Episode 2 (The First Full Episode)

    11/08/2011

    St. Dominic Do Catholics believe non-Catholics cannot be saved? How do we know the Bible is really God's Word? Gospel reflection for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time Subscribe using the feed on the right or listen here. I.  Intro    A.  Praised be Jesus Christ... now and forever! II. Opening Prayer - Sign of the Cross    A.  - Sign of the Cross       1. Lord Jesus, You are the same yesterday, today and forever.  Do not let us be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings.  Let our hearts be strengthened by grace rather than the food that this world offers.  Through You, Lord Jesus, we offer up a sacrifice of praise to our Heavenly Father, the fruit of lips that acknowledge His Name.  Amen.  Sign of the Cross. (Prayer based on Heb 13:8-9, 15) III. Saint of the Week    A. St. Dominic,       1. Notes - Was a contemporary and friend of Francis of Assisi.  Founded OPs, marked by preaching Truth, s

  • FFT - A Brief Sketch

    FFT - A Brief Sketch

    03/08/2011

    Almost nine years ago at a Catholic school in northeast Ohio, a sixth grader made a suggestion to her 1st-year religion teacher.  She wondered if, from time to time on Fridays, her class could spend the religion period asking the teacher questions while enjoying a snack they would provide for themselves.  What kind of questions?  Well, certainly the kind that have to do with the Catholic faith, but not necessarily limited to that.  Just about any kind of question would be acceptable, provided that it had something to do with faith and culture in general.  The young, idealistic teacher took up the challenge of the bright young girl - and "Food For Thought Friday" was born. No doubt it's obvious that I am that teacher.  I've been hosting "Food For Thought Fridays" for my 6th-8th graders roughly once every 6-8 weeks when school is in session, of course.  It is a real fan favorite - for both the students and me.  Remarkably, it's popularity now extends beyond the walls of t

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