A clip from, “First Reconciliation: A Family Journey
Engaging program tells youngsters everything they need to know (but were afraid to ask) about their first experience with the Sacrament of Penance. The history and meaning of the sacrament, and the joy of knowing God’s forgiveness is explained in age appropriate language. The audience will hear the questions of a diverse collection of youngsters (just like themselves) and then see them participate in their own First Reconciliation. Part 2 shows family activities that are fun and easy ways to prepare students and families for this important step in a child’s faith journey.
For grades 2- 6, approximately 18 minutes total length. Available at www.videoswithvalues.org
Matt Fradd of chastity.com discusses the power of the sacrament of reconciliation. Regardless of one’s past, Matt explains that God’s mercy awaits all of us.
Matt Fradd of chastity.com discusses the surprising and inspiring story of a woman who made the journey from prostitution to sainthood.
Catholics in the greater DC metro region, especially those who have been away from the Church or the sacrament, are invited to experience God’s mercy and forgiveness through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
This Lent, all Catholic churches in the Archdiocese of Washington and Diocese of Arlington will be open on Wednesday evenings for confession and quiet prayer.
For more information on how to go to Confession, frequently-asked questions, links to Catholic parishes and their locations and more, please visit: http://www.thelightison.org
Also visit, http://www.adw.org