We helped lead the students through their own prayer formation.
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Planning Meeting with Daniel and other volunteers for the next Sundays ahead of us. We are going to be helping the Confirmation group forming their own prayer life.
We helped Daniel with the confirmation classes.
As Holy Rosary Confirmation Class leaders, we helped Daniel and Makenna run the Confirmation retreat here at St. Mary's University. From small groups, fun activities and reflection, we grew together as a community.
Today Confirmation Class, we worked with a new, online confirmation program called Decision. It was an awesome way to start off the semester with some interesting material, even for myself.
in working with Daniel, we helped lead short presentations of different versions of Mary. I specifically talked about Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Planning for Sunday's class with different stories of Mary. I am going to be talking about The Lady of Guadalupe
We assisted Brother Mark in leading the confirmation group in discussion. Specifically, talking about living out our Baptismal Calling through vocations. We were also present while Daniel helped students talk through their prayers for memorization purposes.