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Religion 10

August 29, 2019

This is the PowerPoint we looked at in class.  Pictures of our Priests and the Bishops of the two dioceses we serve are in this.

pitts and greensb dioceses

September 10, 2019

Exam on the Diocese.

Note:  you can use your notes for this exam.  The biggest part of this exam is an essay question worth 30 points.  You will be given four questions to choose from.  You will only respond to one of them.

You will need to study a teeny bit for this exam… That is by looking at the PowerPoint we reviewed in class.  Especially take note of the pictures in that slide show.  It is attached to the entry dated August 29th.

Attached here is a copy of the rubric I will use to grade your essay:  essay question rubric


September 10, 2019

Write a question you might expect to see on an exam about the Dioceses  – and enter it in the Google Classroom prompt.

September 28, 2019

Journal Entry #1:  How are you  Light to the world?  What does that mean?  What does it look like in 2019?

#2: Psalm 119:105 and a Reflection about what it means.   Context?  Maybe elaborate on what the words mean.  Apply what you know to what God is saying.  What new thoughts do you have about this verse?

#2.5.   A reflection on the daily class reading.   (Big class)

#3 Any Topic:  Talk to me about anything you want!


October 15, 2019

Essay exam on Mass, CCC, Liturgical year.

You will be able to use your notes and the CCC.


October 23, 2019

Follow the directions of the exercise attached.  So that we can share this in class on Thursday, don’t share it with anyone.  Don’t get help from your friend.  Do this yourself!!  If you share, you will spoil the fun we will have on Thursday.

A Hermeneutics Exercise

October 29, 2019

Bible verse test:

Micah 7:7 . “… I will look to the Lord, I will put my trust in God my Savior…”

December 31, 2019

Bible Verses for 2019-2020 

Psalm 119:105  “Your Word is a lamp for my feet, a light for my path.”

Remember;  When you recite this verse for your oral quiz you must recite the citation both at the beginning and at the end of the words.  🙂


Micah 7:7 . “… I will look to the Lord, I will put my trust in God my Savior…”