eLearning Curriculum in Catholicism, Racism, Confirmation, and Catholic Social Teaching (CST)

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Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice

This mini-course addresses environmental issues through the Catholic Social Teaching lens. Students experiencing these six lessons will learn why this global crisis impacts everyone and gain practical and spiritual strategies to be champions of creation.

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Understanding Catholicism eLearning Course

Understanding Catholicism

In this semester-long course, students will gain an understanding of the basic tenets of the Catholic faith. Accessible and engaging, this course enables students, no matter their faith of origin, to understand the beauty and divine mystery of what it means to be Catholic. Weaving in the Trinity, God’s relationship to us, the call of the Catholic Christian in the world, the Sacraments, as well as Christian Morality, every student in this course will come away with an in-depth understanding of what it is to be a Catholic and how to view the world through a faith-based lens.

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Catholicism 101

Catholicism 101

This mini-course is an engaging and efficient way to help young people unfamiliar with Catholicism learn the essentials of the Catholic faith. Twelve interactive lessons explore what it means to be a Catholic follower of Jesus.

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Understanding Racism eLearning Course

Understanding Racism

A 10-lesson minicourse, this powerful introduction to racism focuses on Catholic social teaching themes of social change, human dignity, and solidarity. Created by dynamic teacher Judith Bartel, the course helps students understand more about the origins of racism, its effects and how to confront and also stand in solidarity with people from all walks of life.

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Creating Justice CST eLearning Course

Creating Justice: Catholic Social Teaching for Today’s World

This in-depth, semester-long course focuses on the seven principles of Catholic social teaching, rooted in the teaching of the Trinity–that we are made in the image of God. Each principle is enlivened through contemporary, real-life scenarios. Students are encouraged to discover what CST means in their daily choices and life stances, and to cultivate a Christ-centered, empathetic lens through which to view and respond to the world and issues of social justice.

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Called to Mercy Confirmation eLearning Course

Called to Mercy: Confirming Young People for a Mission of Witness

In this parish-based Confirmation program, ten online learning modules and five gathered community-building sessions offer engaging, relevant, and deeply reflective opportunities for a true spiritual conversion to lives that give witness to Jesus’ call and the Church’s mission of mercy. At last, a confirmation program that allows students to do confirmation and their other activities. In addition, specially composed music is included, with an optional sponsor course to deepen the confirmation experience.

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Seasons of Faith

Seasons of Faith is an 8-lesson course, designed to teach the beauty and rhythm of the Liturgical Calendar. Throughout Seasons of Faith, prayer and study deepen the connection between the Church and one’s own faith journey.

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Stations of the Cross Interactive Experience

Enrich your Lenten journey with this compelling, interactive Stations of the Cross program. Begin or end faith formation sessions, youth ministry gatherings, classes and even adult Lenten offerings with this reflective prayer experience.

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Solidarity

This eLearning 2-day sampler course introduces 11th and 12th grade students’ hearts and minds to the Catholic Social Teaching theme of Solidarity. Engaging polls, contemporary storytelling, interactive decision-making activities, and compelling discussion prompts will inspire your students to respond to Pope Francis’ challenge to follow Jesus by creating a culture of encounter in our one human family. Solidarity can also be used as a community-building experience for faculty development, or for groups preparing for service events or mission trips.

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Course Outline for Stations of the Cross

Lessons:
  1. Introduction to the Stations of the Cross
    • Take Up Your Cross
  2. The Way of the Cross
    • First Station: Jesus Is Condemned to Death
    • Second Station: Jesus Takes Up His Cross
    • Third Station: Jesus Falls the First Time
    • Fourth Station: Jesus Meets His Mother
    • Fifth Station: Simon Helps Jesus Carry His Cross
    • Sixth Station: Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus
    • Seventh Station: Jesus Falls the Second Time
    • Eighth Station: Jesus Comforts the Women of Jerusalem
    • Ninth Station: Jesus Falls the Third Time
    • Tenth Station: Jesus Is Stripped of His Garments
    • Eleventh Station: Jesus Is Nailed to the Cross
    • Twelfth Station: Jesus Dies on the Cross
    • Thirteenth Station: Jesus Is Taken down from the Cross
    • Fourteenth Station: Jesus Is Buried in the Tomb
    • Fifteenth Station: Jesus Rises from the Dead
    • Closing and Sending Forth

Course Outline for Solidarity

Lessons:
  1. One Human Family
    • You Have Been Chosen
  2. Stereotypes and Prejudice
    • Checklist: How Diverse Are Your Interactions?
    • Interacting in the World
    • I Am Not a Stereotype
  3. Allies for Change
    • Jesus Inspires Us
    • Becoming an Ally
    • People of Light and Hope
    • People of Light and Hope

Course Outline for Creating Justice

Module 1: Catholic Social Teaching—The Art of Living Together
Module 2: Stewards of God’s Creation—Caring for Our Common Home
Module 3: Seeking Solutions to Poverty—Charity and Change
  1. Guided by Three
  2. Gospel of Creation
  3. A Planet in Crisis
  4. How Natural Are Our Disasters?
  5. The Work Is Yours
  6. Solidarity for Integral Ecology
  7. Mercy, Mercy Me
  8. Summative Assessment Project
  1. Partners in Creation
  2. The Gift of Revelation
  3. The Need and Hope for Salvation
  4. Salvation History Begins in Creation
  5. The Fall
  6. Salvation History Continues through Covenants
  7. Salvation History Up-Close and Personal
  8. The Paschal Mystery
  9. The People of God
  10. Summative Assessment Project
  1. Our Global Reality
  2. Understanding Poverty
  3. The Global Poverty Trap
  4. The American Struggle
  5. Making a Difference
  6. Summative Assessment Project
Module 4: The Dignity of Work—People over Profit
Module 5: Solidarity—Uniting as One Human Family
Module 6: Peacemaking—Creating a Culture of Encounter
  1. Work and Vocation
  2. Workers’ Rights at Risk
  3. Structures That Support Workers
  4. Be an Ethical Consumer
  5. The Spirituality of Work
  6. Summative Assessment Project
  1. One Human Family
  2. Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Implicit Bias
  3. Diversity and Solidarity
  4. Champions and Allies for Change
  5. Summative Assessment Project
  1. Deep Roots in Justice
  2. Culture of Life
  3. Seamless Garment
  4. Path to Peace
  5. Summative Assessment Project

Course Outline for Understanding Racism

Lessons:
  1. What Is Race?
  2. Race and Biology
  3. What Is Racism?
  4. Learning and Unlearning
  5. Is There an “Advantage” to Being White?
  6. How Does Racism Affect the Targeted Groups?
  7. What Strategies Work?
  8. Taking a Stand and Making a Difference
  9. Will There Always Be Racism?
  10. Confronting and Disrupting Racism

Course Outline for Catholicism 101

Welcome!
Revelation
The Bible
Jesus Christ
  • Good Reasons
  • Introduce Yourself
  • In Unity
  • Your Turn
  • God is Mystery
  • God Became Human
  • Your Turn
  • Bible Basics
  • The Old Testament
  • The New Testament
  • The Bible as Guide for Today
  • Your Turn
  • God With Us
  • The Way, The Truth, And The Life
  • Images of Jesus
  • Your Turn
The Trinity
The Paschal Mystery
Loving Our Neighbor
Original Sin, Morality, and Grace
  • Unity of Three
  • Great Mysteries
  • The Unifying Power of Love
  • Your Turn
  • New Life
  • Jesus' Saving Actions
  • New Beginnings
  • Your Turn
  • Seeing the Needs of Others
  • Not Alone
  • Catholic Social Teaching
  • Your Turn
  • Missing the Mark
  • Free Will
  • God's Special Help
  • Your Turn
Prayer
Sacraments and Liturgy
Mary and the Saints
Last Things: Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory
  • Building Friendship
  • Friendship with God
  • Traditional Prayers
  • Your Turn
  • Beyond Our Senses
  • The Seven Sacraments
  • It's About Commitment
  • "Do This in Memory of Me"
  • Your Turn
  • Faithful Guides
  • Pray for Us
  • Mary, Mother of God
  • Your Turn
  • The Big Picture
  • Room for All
  • Open to Mystery
  • Your Turn
Case Studies Topics and Locations
Topic
Module
Lesson
Activity Sets
Human Rights Defender: The United Nations Module 1 Lesson 4 3
Who Is My Neighbor? Refugee Crisis Module 1 Lesson 4 4
A Complex Legacy: Earth in Crisis Module 2 Lesson 3 1
Refugees of Hurricane Katrina Module 2 Lesson 4 3
The Majesty of Mountains Module 2 Lesson 4 4
Those Bad Habits! The Story of Stuff Module 2 Lesson 5 2
Nature Can’t Wait: Endangered Species Module 2 Lesson 6 3
On Eagle’s Wings: Bald Eagles and DDT Module 2 Lesson 7 3
Reverence for All Life: Role Models Saint Francis, Rachel Carson, Pope Francis Module 2 Lesson 7 3
What Does It Mean to Share? Changing Social Structures Module 3 Lesson 2 2
The Face of Global Hunger: Six Critical Reasons for World Hunger Module 3 Lesson 3 2
The 5 Ps of Least-Developed Countries: Focus on Country of Chad Module 3 Lesson 5 3
Solidarity and Poverty: Pope Francis’ Leadership Module 3 Lesson 5 1
The Paradox of Giving and Receiving: The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy Module 3 Lesson 5 3
Understanding Social Structures: Spotlight on the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Module 4 Lesson 3 1-4
Greed Leads to Injustice: Spotlight on the Immokalee Farmworkers Module 4 Lesson 4 2
Ethical Consumerism Module 4 Lesson 4 5-7
Growing through Adversity: Nelson Mandela Module 5 Lesson 4 1
People of Light and Hope: Billings, MT Stands in Solidarity Against Hate Groups Module 5 Lesson 4 8
What is Peace? Pope Paul VI’s Message for Celebrating Peace Module 6 Lesson 1 3
God’s Gift of Life: Abortion Survivor Gianna Jessen Module 6 Lesson 2 2
Shalom: Creating Peace in Colombia Module 6 Lesson 4 2
Always, We Pray for Peace: Bomb, Sadako, and Paper Cranes Module 6 Lesson 4 7
Projects Topics and Locations
Topic
Module
Lesson
Activity Sets
National and Global Social Justice Organizations Module 1 Lesson 4 2
Everyday Heroes Module 1 Lesson 6 1
On Care for Our Common Home: Pope Francis’ Encyclical Module 2 Lesson 2 3-5
See, Judge, Act Module 2 Lesson 8 3-5
Green Living Module 2 Lesson 8 1-2
Walk a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes: Balance a Family Budget Module 3 Lesson 4 2
Poverty Project Module 3 Lesson 6 1-2
Champion for Change Module 4 Lesson 6 1-2
Disrupting Prejudice and Oppression Module 5 Lesson 5 1-2
Life Issues Module 6 Lesson 3 4-6
Peace Campaign Module 6 Lesson 4 4-6
This I Believe Module 6 Lesson 5 1
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Course Outline for Understanding Catholicism

Module 1: The Journey to Happiness
Module 2: Finding God and Being Found by God
Module 3: Inspired by the Trinity
  1. You Are on a Journey
  2. Who Are You?
  3. A Life of Happiness
  4. Jesus, Our Ultimate Guide to Happiness
  5. Other Guides for Our Journey
  6. In Communion with the Saints
  7. When the Journey Isn’t Easy
  8. False Road Maps to Happiness
  9. Embracing Human Dignity
  10. Case Study: The Homeboys and Homegirls of Los Angeles
  11. Which Road Map Will You Follow?
  12. Summative Assessment Project
  1. Thirsting for God
  2. The Gift of Revelation
  3. The Need and Hope for Salvation
  4. Salvation History Begins in Creation
  5. The Fall
  6. Salvation History Continues through Covenants
  7. Salvation History Up-Close and Personal
  8. The Paschal Mystery
  9. The People of God
  10. Summative Assessment Project
  1. God Is Mystery
  2. Revealing God the Father
  3. Revealing God the Son
  4. Revealing God the Holy Spirit
  5. Revealing the Blessed Trinity
  6. Called to Participate in the Life of the Trinity
  7. Summative Assessment Project
Module 4: Being Church in the World
Module 5: Weaving a Sacramental Life
Module 6: Following Jesus and Growing in Morality
  1. The Mystery of the Church
  2. Images of Church
  3. Marks of the Church
  4. Inspired by Scripture
  5. Inspired by Tradition
  6. United by Liturgy
  7. Summative Assessment Project
  1. Symbols: More Than Meets the Eye
  2. What Is a Sacrament?
  3. Jesus: Our Fundamental Sacrament of Love
  4. Sacraments of the Church
  5. Sacraments of Initiation
  6. Sacraments of Healing
  7. Sacraments at the Service of Communion
  8. Virtues: Growing in Holiness
  9. Sacramental Worldview
  10. Summative Assessment Project
  1. The Foundations of Christian Morality
  2. The Courage to Be Happy
  3. Expressing Love by Following the Ten Commandments
  4. Agape through Servant Leadership
  5. A Christian Model for Moral Decision Making
  6. A World in Need of Salvation
  7. Catholic Social Teaching
  8. Case Study: Make a Difference
  9. The Stations of the Cross
  10. Summative Assessment Project
Case Studies Topics and Locations
Topic
Module
Lesson
Activity Sets
The Homeboys and Homegirls of Los Angeles Module 1 Lesson 10 1-3
Make a Difference: Building a Culture of Encounter Module 6 Lesson 8 1-3
Projects Topics and Locations
Topic
Module
Lesson
Activity Sets
Saints Module 1 Lesson 6 1-2
Natural Revelation Module 2 Lesson 2 3-4
Bible Person Module 2 Lesson 7 1
Sharing Salvation History and the Paschal Mystery Module 2 Lesson 10 1
Trinity Module 3 Lesson 1 6-9
The Spiritual Meaning of Christmas Module 3 Lesson 3 3-5
Rublev’s Icon of the Trinity Module 3 Lesson 5 1-2
Trinity Coat of Arms Module 3 Lesson 7 1-2
Catholic Outreach with the Poor and Vulnerable Module 4 Lesson 1 8
Many Ways of Holiness Module 4 Lesson 3 5-7
On the Day I Was Born Module 4 Lesson 7 1-3
The Ten Commandments Module 6 Lesson 3 1-3
Create a Make a Difference Story Module 6 Lesson 10 1-2
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Course Outline for Seasons of Faith

  • The Gift of Time
  • The Liturgical Seasons
  • Advent and Christmas
  • Ordinary Time
  • Lent and Easter
  • An Examination of Conscience
  • Holy Week
  • Prayer: I Have Called You by Name

Course Outline Environmental Justice

Lesson 1: Our Common Home
Lesson 2: Handle with Care
Lesson 3: Our Sisters and Brothers Cry Out
  1. Time for a Micro-Field Trip!
  2. Nature in My Life
  3. Me & We
  4. Creation in Crisis
  5. This Struggle is Real
  6. Take the Goodall Challenge!
  7. Champions of Creation: Pope Francis
  1. Gifts That Keep On Giving
  2. Creation As Gift
  3. Everything is Connected
  4. Laudato Si’
  5. Faith Matters
  6. Nature Can't Wait
  7. Champions of Creation: John Muir
  8. Lectio Divina
  1. The Power of Love
  2. Culture of Encounter
  3. Environmental Refugees
  4. Champions of Creation: Rachel Carson
  5. God is Our Rock
Lesson 4: Choices Matter
Lesson 5: Make a Difference
Lesson 6: Be a Champion
  1. Would You Rather?
  2. New Habits
  3. Learning from the Past
  4. Champions of Creation: Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
  1. Real Actions Make Real Progress
  2. You Have the Power
  3. See, Judge, Act
  4. Champions of Creation: Saint Francis of Assisi
  1. Cause and Effect
  2. What Could You Do?
  3. Be Spiritual; Stay Strong
  4. Champions of Creation Checklist