Title: CELEBRAR LA RECONCILIACION CON LAS FAMILIAS/ CELEBRATING RECONCILIATION WITH FAMILIES
Description:
Primera Parte: Mediante la parabola del hijo prodigo, el Padre Joe Kempf nos ensena sobre el pecado, el perdon increible de Dios y el don del sacramento de la Reconciliacion, para nosotros y para nuestros ninos. Segunda Parte: El rito de la Reconciliacion se demuestra de una manera sencilla y tentadora. Este episodio tambien presenta muchas de las preguntas comunes en relacion con este sacramento. Tercera Parte: En este episodio, se presenta la importancia del papel de los padres en la vida de fe de sus hijos. Se ofrecen algunas sugerencias para que los padres ayuden a sus hijos a prepararse para el sacramento de la Reconciliacion. Cuarta Parte: Por media de una meditacion con oracion dirigida, el Padre Joe guia a los padres a una experiencia sensible y conmovedora del amor de Dios en sus corazones por sus hijos. Since a childís celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation is such a significant time in the faith life of the whole family, this video was written to help the parents of children preparing for this sacrament. This video includes a 3 minute introduction for staff and a four part presentation for parents. 1) Through the parable of the prodigal son, Father Joe Kempf teaches us about sin, the incredible forgiveness of God, and the gift of the Sacrament of Reconciliation- for us and our children. 2) The Rite of Reconciliation is demonstrated in a simple and inviting manner. This episode also addresses many of the common questions regarding this sacrament. 3) In this episode, the importance of the role of parents in the faith lives of their children is addressed. Some suggestions are offered for parents to help their children prepare for the Sacrament of Reconciliation. 4) By means of a guided prayer meditation, Father Joe leads parents to a tender and moving experience of the love of God in their hearts for their children.
Media ID: 12575
Length: 51 Min.
Publisher: Harcourt Religion Publishers
Level: A

Grade Levels: EC=Early Childhood; P=Primary; I=Intermediate; JH=Junior High; SH=Senior High; A=Adult