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CATHOLIC DOCTRINE PLAYING CARDS
    - @1989 Fr Wm Armstrong
(Email me if you'd like a set of these cards)


While visiting a family, Fr. Armstrong and his hosts began discussing religion. As a prize, he put $5 on the sofa and began asking questions to the children (aged from Grade 3 to a Junior in High School). When not one of them even came close to naming the Ten Commandments, He decided to make these playing cards to create a “fun? way to inspire all to learn Catholic Doctrine.

Examples of the writings on the cards: the Ten Commandments, Doctors of the Church, Names of the 12 Apostles, 7 Spiritual Works of Mercy, Act of Contrition, and more.
Distributed through 101 Foundation and sold through CATHOLIC DESIGN.
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ACTIONS AND CONSEQUENCES
A Power Point presentation that allows you test children's ideas about their actions.
Problem:
A man, A Fox , A Carrot, and A goat
A man must move a fox, a carrot and a goat across a river.
He can only carry 1 item at a time.
The problem:
(1) the fox can't be left alone with the Goat - or he will eat him.
(2) the Goat can't be left alone with the Carrot,- or he'll eat it.
So the man must be around to stop them from eating their favoite dish.

TRY IT