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Katie Waring

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Sam's Story
Sam is 10 years old. He lives with his mum, dad and little sister. Three months ago, Sam's dad lost his job. The family could not pay their rent so they were evicted from their flat.

Sam's family stayed with one of his dad's friends for two months. Five of them shared a one bedroom flat.

One night his dad's friend told them to leave. They had nowhere to go and had to sleep on the streets that night.
Answer the following questions in your work book
How do you feel when you hear Sam's story?

What do you think Jesus would do in this situation?
"Love your neighbour as you love yourself"

Luke 10.27
What does Jesus say?
With your 2016 CCS Lenten box, you can follow in Jesus' footsteps by helping more children like Sam
Write your first footprint reflection!
This week I will follow in Jesus' footsteps by . . .
The Temptation of Jesus

Then the spirit led Jesus into the desert to be tempted by the Devil.
After spending 40 days and 40 nights without food, Jesus was hungry.
Then the Devil came to him and said, “If you are God’s Son,
order these stones into bread.” But Jesus answered,
“The scripture says ‘Human beings cannot live on bread
alone, but need every word that God speaks.’”

Then the Devil took Jesus to Jerusalem, the Holy City, set him on the
highest point of the Temple, and said to him, "If you are God’s Son,
throw yourself down, for the scripture says: ‘God will give orders to
his angels about you; they will hold you up with their hands, so that
not even your feet will be hurt on the stones.’” Jesus answered,
“But the scripture also says, ‘Do not put the Lord your God to the test.'"

Then the Devil took Jesus to a very high mountain and showed him
all the kingdoms of the world in all their greatness. “All this I will give
you,” the Devil said, “if you kneel down and worship me.” Then Jesus answered, “Go away, Satan! The scripture says, ‘Worship the
Lord your God and serve only him!’”

Then the Devil left Jesus; and angels came and helped him.

Matthew 4.1-11

A new girl called Olivia started at your school a couple of months ago. She was unpopular from the moment she arrived. Olivia annoyed everybody in lessons. She thought she knew the answers to everything and always shouted out in class. Nobody sat next to her at lunch or played with her at break times.

Some people in your class have started to send her horrible messages online. At first they just made fun of the way she acted in school, but now they have started making nasty comments about the way she looks. All of your friends have sent her messages and now they are telling you to do the same.

So far you have not sent Olivia any messages, but some of your classmates are starting to make fun of you and say that you have not sent her a message because you are her best friend.
Imagine that you are in this situation . . .
Answer the following questions in your workbook
What might you be tempted to do?

Why might you be tempted to do this?

What do you think would be the right thing to do?

Why would this be the right thing to do?

What might happen to you if you do the right thing?

Should this stop you from doing the right thing?
How can we learn from Jesus' experience in the desert?
What does Jesus say?
"Pray that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak."

Matthew 26.41
Write your second footprint reflection!
This week I will follow in Jesus' footsteps by . . .
Can you give an example of a temptation?
What is temptation?
What is Jesus teaching us?
'And when you stand and pray, forgive anything you may have against anyone, so that your Father in heaven will forgive the wrongs you have done.'

Mark 11.25
'But I tell you who hear me: love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, and pray for those who ill-treat you'

Luke 6.27-28
'Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, "Lord, if my brother keeps on sinning against me, how many times do I have to forgive him? Seven times?" "No, not seven times," answered Jesus, "but seventy times seven."'

Matthew 18.21-22
'If you forgive others the wrongs they have done to you, your Father in heaven will also forgive you.' But if you do not forgive others, then your Father will not forgive the wrongs you have done.'

Matthew 6.14-15
'Do not judge others, and God will not judge you; do not condemn others, and God will not condemn you; forgive others, and God will forgive you.'

Luke 6.37
Read the different situations. Could you forgive?
A friend borrows your iPad and accidentally breaks it. They do not admit it, and say that it was already broken when they were given it.
You invite your best friend to your birthday party on Saturday. Your best friend says that they cannot go because they have a family event. At school on Monday you find out that your best friend lied to you and went to your classmate's house instead.
Someone has been writing horrible things about you online. You find out that it is one of your friends.
You paint a picture for your art project. You spend hours on it at the weekend. You show it to a friend and they take it and say that it is their picture.
"Forgive them, Father! They don't know what they are doing."

Luke 23.34
When Jesus was being crucified on the cross, he said:

Think about what Jesus was going through.

What does this tell us about Jesus?
What can we learn from Jesus' experience on the cross?
What does Jesus say?
"But I tell you who hear me: love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, and pray for those who ill-treat you"

Luke 6.27-28
Write your third footprint reflection!
This week I will follow in Jesus' footsteps by . . .
Jesus washes his disciples' feet
It was now the day before the Passover Festival. Jesus knew that the hour had come for him to leave this world and go to the Father. He had always loved those in the world who were his own and he loved them to the very end.

Jesus and his disciples were at supper. The Devil had already put into the heart of Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot, the thought of betraying Jesus. Jesus knew that the Father had given him complete power; he knew that he had come from God and was going to God. So he rose from the table, took off his outer garment, and tied a towel round his waist. Then he poured some water into a basin and began to wash the disciples' feet and dry them with the towel round his waist.
Jesus washes his disciples' feet
He came to Simon Peter, who said to him, "Are you going to wash my feet, Lord?"

Jesus answered him, "You do not understand now what I am doing, but you will understand later."

Peter declared, "Never at any time will you wash my feet!"

"If I do not wash your feet," Jesus answered, "you will no longer be my disciple."

Simon Peter answered, "Lord, do not wash only my feet, then! Wash my hands and head, too! . . .
Jesus washes his disciples' feet
. . . After Jesus had washed their feet, he put his outer garment back on and returned to his place at the table. "Do you understand what I have just done for you?" he asked.

"You call me Teacher and Lord, and it is right that you do so, because that is what I am. I, your Lord and Teacher, have just washed your feet. You, then, should wash one another's feet.

I have set an example for you, so that you will do just what I have done for you. I am telling you the truth: slaves are never greater than their master, and messengers are never greater than the one who sent them. Now that you will know this truth, how happy you will be if you put it into practice!"

John 13.1-9, 12-17
Jesus washes his disciples' feet
Why did Peter react like this?
Why did Jesus wash their feet?
Imagine you are Peter. Write a diary entry to describe what happened at supper.

Why you did not want Jesus to wash your feet
Why Jesus said he was washing your feet
How you felt when Jesus told you why he was washing your feet
What does Jesus say?

"And now I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another."

John 13.34
Write your fourth footprint reflection!
This week, could you do something for someone you love? For example, could you help out with chores at home? In return, people at home might put some money in your CCS Lenten box!
This week I will follow in Jesus' footsteps by . . .
Jesus' death
From that time on Jesus began to say plainly to his disciples, "I must go to Jerusalem and suffer much from the elders, the chief priests, and the teachers of the Law. I will be put to death, but three days later I will be raised to life."

Peter took him aside and began to rebuke him. "God forbid it, Lord!" he said. That must never happen to you!"

Matthew 16.21-22
When the disciples all came together in Galilee, Jesus said to them, "The Son of Man is about to be handed over to people who will kill him; but three days later he will be raised to life." The disciples became very sad.

Matthew 17.22-23
As Jesus was going up to Jerusalem, he took the twelve disciples aside and spoke to them, privately, as they walked along. "Listen," he told them, "we are going up to Jerusalem, where the Son of Man will be handed over to the chief priests and the teachers of the Law. They will condemn him to death and then hand him over to the Gentiles, who will mock him, whip him, and crucify him; but three days later he will be raised to life."

Matthew 20.17-19
When Jesus had finished teaching all these things, he said to his disciples, "In two days, as you know, it will be the Passover Festival, and the Son of Man will be handed over to be crucified."

Matthew 26. 1-2
I am the Good Shepherd, who is willing to die for his sheep.

John 10.11
Then Jesus said to them, "This very night all of you will run away and leave me, for the scripture says 'God will kill the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will be scattered.' But after I am raised to life, I will go to Galilee ahead of you."

Matthew 26.31-32
So Jesus knew that he would die. He knew how he would die and when he would die.
Jesus Prays in Gethsemane
Then Jesus went with his disciples to a place called Gethsemane, and he said to them, "Sit here while I go over there and pray." He took with him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee. Grief and anguish came over him, and he said to them "The sorrow in my heart is so great that it almost crushes me. Stay here and keep watch with me."

He went a little farther on, threw himself face downwards on the ground, and prayed, "My Father, if it is possible, take this cup of suffering from me! Yet not what I want, but what you want."
Then he returned to the three disciples and found them asleep; and he said to Peter, "How is it that you three were not able to keep watch with me even for one hour? Keep watch and pray that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak."

Once more Jesus went away and prayed, "My Father, if this cup of suffering cannot be taken away unless I drink it, your will be done." He returned once more and found the disciples asleep; they could not keep their eyes open.

Matthew 26.36-46
Why do you think Jesus feels like this?
What is Jesus asking?
What is Jesus saying here?
What does Jesus say?
"Don't be afraid, only believe."

Mark 5.36
Write your fifth footprint reflection!
This week I will follow in Jesus' footsteps by . . .
How do you think Jesus felt when he was arrested?
On your post-it note, write down an adjective to describe how you think Jesus would have felt. Stick your post-it note on the picture.
Put the events below in the correct order
Jesus is arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane
All of the disciples run away
Jesus is taken to the Council. When they ask if he is the Messiah, the Son of God, Jesus answers 'so you say'
Peter is sitting outside. He says three times that he does not know Jesus
Jesus is taken to Pilate, the Roman Governor. Pilate can choose to save one prisoner, either Jesus Barabbas or Jesus the Messiah. The crowd say that they want Jesus the Messiah to be crucified
The soldiers make fun of Jesus by making a crown of thorns and putting it on his head
Jesus is taken to a place called Golgotha where he is crucified. After three hours on the cross, Jesus dies
Word Bank
Think about how Jesus must have felt during each of these events.

Use one of the words in the word bank (or a word of your own) to describe how Jesus must have felt.
Explain why you think Jesus would have felt like this.
Jesus went through the ultimate act of self-giving by dying for us
What does Jesus say?
"No one takes my life away from me. I give it up of my own free will."

John 10.18
Write your final footprint reflection!
This week I will follow in Jesus' footsteps by . . .
We can follow in Jesus' footsteps by being self-giving in our own lives . . .
Think about a time when you have been asked to do something for someone that you did not want to do.
Maybe you have been asked to . . .
Share your sweets with someone when you do not want to share
Help your parents with house work when you would rather be doing something else
Play with a brother or sister who you do not get on with
Work with somebody at school who you do not want to work with
Even though it can be difficult sometimes, remember- If it is the right thing to do, we should try to follow Jesus' example and be self-giving.
Sam's Story
We were able to help Sam and his family with the money raised by primary schools in CCS Lenten boxes last year
Sam's Head Teacher found out what was happening and called the Catholic Children's Society the next day.

With money from our Crisis Fund, we were able to pay for temporary accommodation for Sam and his family.

We contacted the Council on the family's behalf and within days they were given a new home.

However, their new flat was completely unfurnished. With money from the Crisis Fund, we were also able to buy the family beds and a washing machine.
Jesus teaches us to love our neighbour by helping those in need
During the six weeks of Lent we are going to follow in Jesus' footsteps.

We will focus on six qualities that Jesus was known for:

Helping Those In Need
Resisting Temptation
Showing Forgiveness
Loving Others
Keeping Faith In God
Being Self-Giving

We will look at how we can follow Jesus' example in our every day live. Through this we can follow in his footsteps.

What does this mean?
Even though we might want to do the right thing, often it is very difficult to resist temptation.
What does this mean?
Treat those in need as you would like to be treated.
What does this mean?
Try and forgive others when they do you wrong
What does this mean?
Jesus says we should follow his example by loving one another
What does this mean?
Have complete faith in God
Jesus wanted to give up his life for us because he loves us
What does this mean?
The Catholic Children's Society follows Jesus' teachings by helping children living in poverty in the Westminster Diocese
Jesus wanted to show his disciples that he loved them. He did this by washing their feet and serving them.
He wanted to show them that everybody in this world is equal and deserves our love and service.
Why did Jesus wash their feet?
Even though he knew what would happen to him, he was still frightened and did not want to die. We see this in the Garden of Gethsemane.
When Jesus was frightened about what would happen to him, he prayed to God to save him
However, when Jesus went to pray a second time, he accepted that he would die
Jesus accepted this because he had faith in God and God's plans for him
Sometimes, we face difficult situations when our faith is challenged
When we have problems at home or at school, it can sometimes feel like there is nobody to turn to
And remember, God is always there for us, just as He was there for Jesus.

We need to follow Jesus' example and keep faith
What does Jesus teach us about helping those in need?
Who do you think is your neighbour?
Think of at least 3 examples
Who do you think is your neighbour?
The person who lives next door to you?
Your friends?
Your family?
People in your class?
People who live on your street?
People living in your town?
A teacher of the Law came up and tried to trap Jesus. “Teacher,” he asked, "what must I do to receive eternal life?”

Jesus answered him, “What do the Scriptures say? How do you interpret them?”

The man answered, “'Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind’; and ‘Love your neighbour as you love yourself.’"

“You are right,” Jesus replied; "do this and you will live.”

But the teacher of the Law wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “Who is my neighbour?”
Jesus teaches us about helping those in need in

Jesus answered, “There was once a man who was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho when robbers attacked him, stripped him, and beat him up, leaving him half dead.

It so happened that a priest was going down that road; but when he saw the man, he walked on by, on the other side.

In the same way a Levite also came along, went over and looked at the man, and then walked on by, on the other side.

But a Samaritan who was travelling that way came upon the man, and when he saw him, his heart was filled with pity. He went over to him, poured oil and wine on his wounds and bandaged them; then he put the man on his own animal and took him to an inn, where he took care of him.
The next day he took out two silver coins and gave them to the innkeeper. 'Take care of him,' he told the innkeeper, 'and when I come back this way, I will pay you whatever else you spend on him.' ”

And Jesus concluded, “In your opinion, which one of these three acted like a neighbour towards the man attacked by the robbers?”

The teacher of the law answered, “The one who was kind to him.” Jesus replied, “You go, then, and do the same.”

Luke 10.25-37
The Parable of the Good Samaritan
What do you think Jesus meant by this?
So who is your neighbour?
Your neighbour is anybody who is in need
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Christ himself suffered for you and left you an example, so that you would follow in his steps

Taken from a letter in the Bible, 1 Peter 2.21
Did you crack the code?
Draw a picture of somebody who you love
Tell the person next to you:

Who it is

Why you love them

Something that you have done to show that person that you love them
You can make a difference with the money you have collected in your CCS Lenten box.
The money you have raised will help local children living in poverty.
Thank you so much for supporting us this Lent!
Why might Jesus have been tempted by this?
Why did he resist temptation?
The Catholic Children's Society helps children who are having problems through our early-intervention mental health service, ConnectEd

Our fully-qualified counsellors and therapists work in 70 schools in the Diocese
There are always people we can talk to about our problems and help us to feel better
However, Jesus' journey did not just end there!
What happened on the following Sunday?
Jesus died but now he lives!

This is why we celebrate Easter Sunday
At Easter, we celebrate the life of Jesus and the huge difference he has made to the world.

Look carefully at the word cloud below.
The word cloud has been made from our presentations over the past six weeks. The bigger the word, the more often it has been used.
Which words have been used most often?

Which word is particularly important this year?
Dear Lord Jesus,

Thank you so much for living your life with love and forgiveness, and for being a friend to those in need. Thank you for giving us the best possible example to follow. You made such a difference in helping others; I pray that I can make a difference too.

Why might you find it difficult to forgive your friend?

Could you forgive them?
You are going to imagine that you are Peter. You will experience the story we have just read.

Close your eyes and listen carefully.

There will be pauses- use this time to think about the questions you are being asked.
Time to Reflect
Why might you find it difficult to forgive your friend?

Could you forgive them?
Why might you find it difficult to forgive your friend?

Could you forgive them?
Why might you find it difficult to forgive your friend?

Could you forgive them?
This year is the Jubilee Year of Mercy, a time when Catholics celebrate their faith and think about how they can show mercy in their lives. Think about our journey with Jesus this Lent.

How can we live our lives with mercy, love and kindness, just as Jesus did?
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