Parish Community of St. Eulalia

214 Blue Shutters Road
Roaring Brook Twp.,
Pennsylvania 18444-7615

Rev. Jeffrey D. Tudgay, J.C.L., Pastor
pastor@saint-eulalia.com
570-842-7656

Mass and Confession Schedules

Confession:
Mon. 6:30-7:00pm or by request

Weekday Mass:
8:00am (Mon-Th)

Weekend Masses:
Sat. 4:00pm
Sun. 8:00am, 10:05am (livestream), 12:00pm

Holy Days:
Vigil - 5:30pm
Feast Day - 8:00am & 7:00pm

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Office Hours

Mon.-Th. 9:00am to 3:00pm
Fri. 9:00am to 12:00pm

Please note, our offices have moved into the Conlan Center. Please enter using the doors to the right of the parish hall.


E-mail: secretary@saint-eulalia.com
Phone: 570-842-7656
Fax: 570-842-7193

Welcome to Fourth Grade Religious Education

Fourth Grade Catechist: Pia McLaine -- sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com

Link to the digital book login for students who requested digital (not hardcopy) books.

Check out the Sunday Connection to help put this weekend's readings into perspective.

All Fourth Grade families should join the Class Remid Group. To join text @ste4thgr to 81010.

NEW --Take a virtual tour of the church. See the views from the choir loft and altar. Learn about the statues and holy oils.


WEEK 24 -- May 2. Last Class.

Hello

Welcome to the last lesson of Fourth Grade Religious Ed!

Thank you for taking the last three weeks to learn about the Ten Commandments. Remember, the Ten Commandments guide us in making choices that help us to live as God wants us to live. The first three commandments tell us how to love God; the other seven tell us how to love our neighbor.

Please watch this quick video to recap the Ten Commandments and reply afterwards. If you are like me, and like donuts this might help you understand the Ten Commandments. The order of the commandments is a little different than what we learned, but you will get the idea. I hope you enjoy it.

Teaching the TEN Commandments using a box of Krispy Kremes - YouTube

Finally, I would like to thank you and your parents for taking the time to continue with religious education this year. I know it's not easy, on top of all the other online school work you have so I really appreciate it. Enjoy the summer and I hope to see you at Saint Eulalia's!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 23 -- Apr. 25 - May 1

Hello

Welcome to the 24th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Continuing with our lesson on the Ten Commandments, we will learn about the last four commandments. These commandments help us live together peacefully.

7. You shall not steal.
8. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
9. You shall not covet your neighbor's wife.
10. You shall not covet your neighbor's goods.

Please read Unit 5, Session 24: Jesus Calls Us to Love Others (p.197-203) and and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s24 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!


Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 22 -- Apr. 18-24

Hello

Welcome to the 22nd week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

First a refresher video on Moses and the Ten Commandments. Please watch this video
Moses in the Wilderness (Exodus 14-24) - YouTube

Continuing with our lesson on the Ten Commandments, we will learn about the next three commandments. These commandments help us live in relationship with others.

4. Honor your father and your mother
5. You shall not kill
6. You shall not commit adultery

Please read Unit 5, Session 23: Loving Our Family (p.189-195) and and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s23 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!


Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 21 -- Apr. 11-17

Hello

Welcome to the 21st week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

For the next couple of weeks we will be learning about the Ten Commandments. God gave us laws called the Ten Commandments. When we follow God's laws we make good choices.

Read pages 173 - 175 (The Ten Commandments) to find out how God chose Moses to help the Hebrew people out of Egypt, where they were treated as slaves. The Pharaoh (ruler of Egypt) gave the Hebrews a hard time and wouldn't let them go. As the Hebrews were trying to escape with Moses, they came across the Red Sea. God told Moses to part the Red Sea so the Hebrew people can continue their escape. After they left Egypt, they got to Mt Sinai, where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments. The Hebrew people agreed to follow the Ten Commandments and God promised to give them a home.

The first three commandments help us grow in our relationship with God.

  1. I am the Lord your God: you shall not have strange gods before me.
  2. You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.
  3. Remember to keep holy the Lord's Day.

Please read Unit 5, Session 22: Loving God Above All (p.181-187) and and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s22 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 20 -- Mar. 28 - Apr. 3

Welcome to the 20th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

We are at our last week of Lent, a time when we are trying to be more like Jesus and prepare for his resurrection. This last week of Lent is called Holy Week. During Holy Week we celebrate the following:
Palm Sunday
Holy Thursday
Good Friday
Holy Saturday

Please read about Holy Week and Easter (p.225 - p.232) and and then watch this short video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr04kOyAy28

After you complete the assignment, please just email me back at: sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com.
Please let me know if you have any questions.

There will be no class next week. I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter.

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 19 -- Mar. 21-27

Hello,

Welcome to the 19th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Jesus chose Twelve Apostles to help build the Church. Jesus asked one of the Apostles, Peter Simon, to lead the Church. The Church teaches others about Jesus' mission to live in peace and love. Today, Pope Francis is the head of the Church, and together with bishops and priests help teach the faith of our Church. Our pastor is Father Tudgay and he leads our parish, Saint Eulalia. Saint Eulalia helps us grow in our relationship with God the Father and the Church.

Please read and complete Unit 3, Session 12: The Church Teaches Us (p.97-103) and and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s12 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Hope everyone has a nice weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 18 -- Mar. 14-20

Hello,

Welcome to the 18th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about the Beatitudes. The next couple of weeks we will talk about the Church, our Community in the Spirit.

We are all people of God. We became a member of his community when we were baptized.

Some of you might be big sports fans. And fans let others know how they feel by wearing team shirts or hats. For example, I see a lot of Penn State fans in the area! As members of the Church how do we make others know we are big fans of God? We might not wear a Team God shirt, but we show our love by our words and actions.

Please read and complete Unit 3, Session 11: The People of God (p.86-95) and and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s11 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Hope everyone has a nice weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 17 -- Mar. 7-13

Hello,

Welcome to the 17th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Continuing on our lesson of the Beatitudes, let's recall the following beatitudes:

  1. The first beatitude is 'Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" People who are poor in spirit are grateful for what they have and know that they can depend on God first.
  2. The second beatitude is "Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted." People who mourn are sad, and it's okay to be sad. Sometimes when we feel sad or cry it helps us feel better.
  3. The third beatitude is "Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land" People who are meek don't brag and don't show off. Instead they are patient and kind.
  4. The fourth beatitude is "Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they will be satisfied." People who hunger and thirst for righteousness want all to be treated fairly. Sometimes we make mistakes, but that's okay. It happens and we will try to do better next time. We try to be more like Jesus.
  5. The fifth beatitude is "Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy." People who are merciful treat others fairly and forgive people who hurt them. 

And, let's finish the lesson with the last 3 beatitudes.

The sixth beatitude is "Blessed are the clean of heart, for they will see God." People who are clean of heart love God above all things and follow God's path for them. Please watch the following video to learn more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oomib6kwOGs

The seventh beatitude is "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God." People who are peacemakers love others, practice forgiveness, and try to get along with everyone. Please watch the following video to learn more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJX-Hks-pvk

The eighth beatitude is "Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of the heaven." People who are persecuted for doing what is right suffer at the hands of others for being faithful to God. They do the right thing even when it's difficult. Please watch the following video to learn more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t11uUtscL8

Please just email me back once you have watched all videos on the last three beatitudes.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Hope everyone has a nice weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 16 -- Feb. 28 - Mar. 6

Hello,

Welcome to the 16th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Continuing on our lesson of the Beatitudes, let's recall the following beatitudes:

  1. The first beatitude is 'Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" People who are poor in spirit are grateful for what they have and know that they can depend on God first.
  2. The second beatitude is "Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted." People who mourn are sad, and it's okay to be sad. Sometimes when we feel sad or cry it helps us feel better.
  3. The third beatitude is "Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land" People who are meek don't brag and don't show off. Instead they are patient and kind.
  4. The fourth beatitude is "Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they will be satisfied." People who hunger and thirst for righteousness want all to be treated fairly. Sometimes we make mistakes, but that's okay. It happens and we will try to do better next time. We try to be more like Jesus.
  5. The fifth beatitude is Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy. People who are merciful treat others fairly and forgive people who hurt them. Please watch the next video from Doug who will explain the fifth beatitude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFKR96ecxqQ

Please also read Unit 2, Session 9: Jesus Sends the Spirit (p.71 -77) and and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s9 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Hope everyone has a nice weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 15 -- Feb. 21-27

Hello,

Welcome to the 15th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Continuing on our lesson of the Beatitudes, let's recall the following beatitudes:

  1. The first beatitude is "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" People who are poor in spirit are grateful for what they have and know that they can depend on God first.
  2. The second beatitude is "Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted" People who mourn are sad, and it's okay to be sad. Sometimes when we feel sad or cry it helps us feel better.
  3. The third beatitude is "Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land" People who are meek don't brag and don't show off. Instead they are patient and kind.
  4. The fourth beatitude is "Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness" People who hunger and thirst for righteousness want all to be treated fairly. Sometimes we make mistakes, but that's okay. It happens and we will try to do better next time. We try to be more like Jesus. Please watch a video from Douglas to learn more about the fourth beatitude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5JR8AHpMsg

Also, this past week was Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. During Lent is when we really try to be more like Jesus, and prepare for Easter. And just as Douglas mentioned in the video, the Fourth Beatitude reminds us to be more like Jesus.

Please also read Unit 4 Session 20, Celebrating Lent and Holy Week (pages 163 - 167), and email me back with any Lenten promises (see p.164) that you will do during Lent. As an example, my sons, Ro and PJ, promise to really try to be nicer to each other during lent. PJ also gave up chocolate for lent, and Ro gave up YouTube so he can spend more time helping his parents out instead of watching YouTube.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Hope everyone has a nice weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 14 -- Feb. 14-20

Hello,

Happy Valentine's Day! Welcome to the 14th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Continuing on our lesson of the Beatitudes, let's recall the first beatitude is 'blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" People who are poor in spirit are grateful for what they have and know that they can depend on God first.

The second beatitude is "Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted." People who mourn are sad, and it's okay to be sad. Sometimes when we feel sad or cry it helps us feel better.

The third beatitude is Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land" People who are meek don't brag and don't show off. Instead they are patient and kind. Please watch the following video to learn about the third beatitude, and email me when you have watched the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5-S7cBto3Q

Enjoy the long weekend with your family!

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 13 -- Feb. 7-13

Hello,

Welcome to the 13th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Continuing on our lesson of the Beatitudes, let's recall the first beatitude is 'blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" People who are poor in spirit are grateful for what they have and know that they can depend on God first.

The second beatitude is "Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted." People who mourn are sad, and it's okay to be sad. Sometimes when we feel sad or cry it helps us feel better. If we know a family member or friend is sad, we can also comfort them to make them feel better. Please watch this video on the second beatitude for more background on what it means. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN1Wacruvjw

Please also read and complete Unit 2, Session 8: p.63 - 67 (Jesus Our Redeemer) and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s8
and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.
Have a great weekend!
Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 12 -- Jan. 31 - Feb. 6

Hello,

Welcome to the 12th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Happy New Year! I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season!

Let's start the year with The Beatitudes. The Beatitudes are the teachings of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:1-10). You can find them on p.56 of your book. Jesus teaches us that if we live according to the Beatitudes, we will live a happy Christian life. The Beatitudes inspire us to live our lives by making the right choices and doing good just as Jesus did, and when we do this we lead a happy life.

The first beatitude is 'blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" People who are poor in spirit are grateful for what they have and know that they can depend on God first. Please watch this video on the first beatitude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QgeNDb1nck. Over the next couple of weeks, we will continue to watch videos on the rest of the Beatitudes while continuing our lessons in our books.

Please also read and complete Unit 2, Session 7: p.55 - 59 (The Beatitudes) and then complete the interactive review on this link: https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s7
and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 11 -- Dec. 20-26

Hello,

Welcome to the 11th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

As we prepare for Christmas day, let's remember what we are celebrating...Jesus' birthday! On this day we are also thankful to God for the gift of his son, Jesus, our Lord and Savior. And let's continue to follow in Jesus' footsteps by spreading love and peace during the season. The cards were a great start...so maybe we can continue in Jesus' footsteps with a little less fighting with your brother or sister, or a little more listening to Mom and Dad or something extra helpful for a friend or neighbor. I'm sure you can find many ways to spread love and peace this season!

Please read and complete Unit 3, Session 15: p.121 - 125 (Celebrating Christmas) and then complete the interactive review -- 
https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s15 -- and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com .

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Remember we will be on winter break from December 27th - January 24th. Our first day back will be Jan. 31 (week 12).

I hope everyone has a merry Christmas and a happy new year! Peace and joy to everyone!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 10 -- Dec. 13-19

Hello,

Welcome to the 10th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Thank you for sharing all the beautiful cards last week. I am sure you made some hospital workers very happy! By the way, there were two students who contacted Mrs Clancy for addresses of hospital workers. However they didn't leave an email address for her to contact you back. If you are still looking for a hospital worker to send a card to, please let Mrs Clancy know. Her email address is religioused@saint-eulalia.com

Tomorrow, December 13th is the third Sunday of Advent. Advent is a time to prepare to celebrate Jesus's birth, Christmas.

Please read about Advent on p. 213 - 215 in your book and watch this video (watch up to 3:30, as we do not have an advent calendar that is mentioned at the end of the video). 

Parents, please respond to this email once the assignment has been completed.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 9 -- Dec. 6-12

Hello,

Welcome to the 9th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

This week let's take the time to thank our doctors and nurses who have been working so hard to take care of many sick people during COVID. Please write a christmas card/thank you card to two hospital workers. You can write in a card or make your own card. As an example, please see the ones my younger son, PJ, wrote to his aunt and uncle last March.

You can either write the cards to someone you know or write to someone in the parish.

If you choose to write someone in the parsh, please complete this form on the link https://forms.gle/aPFXg37CzNK4Z6bJA Mrs. Clancy will give you some members in the church who work in a hospital. Please use the parish mailing address, 214 Blue Shutters Road, Roaring Brook, PA 18444, as the return address. Once completed, you can drop them off in a waterproof box outside the lower level entrance of the Conlan Center of the church.

Parents, please just respond to me that the assignment was completed. If you can share a pic of the card that would be great!

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!


WEEK 8 -- Nov. 22-28

Welcome to the 8th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.  

Please read and complete Unit 2, Session 6: p.45 - 53 (Jesus, Our Lord and Savior) and then complete the interactive review on the link below https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s6 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to  sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com   . 

Please let me know if you have any questions.  

Have a great weekend!

Reminder, there is no lesson next weekend.  Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com 


WEEK 7 -- Nov. 15-21

Hello,

Welcome to the 7th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Please read and complete Unit 1, Session 5: p.37 - 41 (Celebrating Ordinary Time) and then complete the interactive review on the link below
https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s5 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email the results to sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 6 -- Nov. 8-14

Hello

Welcome to the 6th week of Fourth Grade Religious Education

With this gorgeous weather, please go out and enjoy some time with the family. Perhaps take a walk or have a fire and enjoy nature. Last night I enjoyed a campfire and this morning I went for a run outside. I felt so lucky to be able to do all these things with my family and friends.

Recall in Unit 1 Session 1 (God Creates the World), you learned about God creating the world and how we can thank God for this gift by taking care of it. For example, some of the things you can do to care for the world include recycling or picking up litter. Please watch this quick video of what you can do to take care of the earth (and help out at the house).

Please respond to this email and let me know how you enjoyed the earth and great weather this past weekend and one thing you do or did to take care of the earth.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


WEEK 5 -- Nov. 1-7

Hello, 

Welcome to the 5th week of Fourth Grade Religious Education
 
Happy Halloween!
Tomorrow, November 1st, is All Saints Day.  On this day we celebrate all saints in heaven and honor all those who have died and live with God in heaven.  

For this week, read pages 237-239 (All Saints Day and All Souls Day), and watch the video titled A "What do All Saints Day and Halloween have in common?" on the link below:

https://www.loyolapress.com/catholic-resources/saints/saints-reflections/all-saints-day-and-halloween/
 
Please just respond to this email after your child has completed the above.  
 
Please let me know if you have any questions.  
 
Have a great weekend!

Thank you,

Pia McLaine -- 570-780-9118 -- sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com 


WEEK 4 -- Oct. 25-31

Hello, 

Welcome to the 4th week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.

Please read and complete Unit 1, Session 4: p.29 - 35 (God Calls Us to Obey) and then complete the interactive review on the link below 

https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s4
and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email me the results at sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com
Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a great weekend!

Thank you,
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com 


WEEK 3 -- Oct. 18-24

Hello, 

Welcome to the 3rd week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.  

Please read and complete Unit 1, Session 3: p.21 - 27 (God's Plan for Salvation) and then complete the interactive review on the link below 

https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s3 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email me the results at sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com

Thank you to those who have been submitting the assignments!   I know it's not easy during these times.  

Please let me know if you have any questions.  

Have a great weekend!

Thank you

Pia McLaine, 570-780-9118

sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com  


WEEK 2 -- Oct. 11-17

Hello, 

Welcome to the 2nd week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed. Please read and complete Unit 1, Session 2: p.13 - 19 (Our Father in Heaven) and then complete the interactive review on the link below 

https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s2 and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email me the results at sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


Please let me know if you have any questions.  
 
Have a great week!
 
Thank you
Pia McLaine
570-780-9118
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com  


WEEK 1 -- Oct. 4-10

Hello, 

Welcome to the first week of Fourth Grade Religious Ed.  This week we are going to complete an activity to get to know one another and get things started with the first chapter of the book.    
 
Please complete:

  • This "All About Me" page.  See mine and Ro's completed one. zif you are not able to print or scan, just email me the student's responses (i.e., Name: Pia, Favorite Color: orange, etc.)    
  • Read and complete Unit 1, Session 1: p.5 - 11 (God Creates the World) and complete the interactive review on the link below 
    https://isr.findinggod.com/fg_g4_s1  
    and follow the prompt at the end of the review and email me the results at sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com

Please let me know if you have any questions.  
 
Thank you
Pia McLaine
sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com  


Dear Fourth Grade Parents,

Welcome to the 2020-2021 year of St. Eulalia’s Religious Education program. I am excited to be your child’s teacher this year, and look forward to sharing my faith with them. I would like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Pia Mclaine.  I have been teaching religious education for about 6 years.  I also taught a very long time ago when I was in high school in NJ.  I work full time for a financial company and am a mother of two great boys, Roland and PJ.  They are in 6th and 8th grade and we are a proud NP family.  Roland aka “Ro” will be helping me with the 4th grade class this year.        

As you are aware, we are beginning this year virtually. Depending on your personal preference, you have been given a physical or digital copy of the book for your student. Each Sunday morning we will send the week’s lesson and any supplemental materials via email and Remind (see below for instructions on joining the Fourth Grade Remind class). Lessons and announcements will also be available on a dedicated religious education section on the parish website.

http://www.sainteulalias.com/religious-education/fourth-grade-religious-education.html

We suggest saving 9-9:30am on Sundays for the lesson and then either attend the 10:05am mass or watch the livestream mass together. However, we do understand the various constraints on each family’s time and mass preferences so as long as you can attend mass and complete the weekly assignments, we consider it a WIN.

Aside from the book materials we will also work on the Ten Commandments, the beatitudes, and making moral choices. 

We would also like to encourage you to join both the parish Facebook and the parish Religious Ed Facebook pages. Throughout the year there will be resources and announcements available to you as members of our parish community as well as parents of a Religious Ed student.

We realize the Religious Education virtual learning program is new and different for us all so please do not hesitate to reach out to us at any time with any questions or concerns.

NOTE: Each week I will be sending you a lesson and/or activity to be completed during the week.  Please look out for my next email for this week's assignment.

Thanks and Regards, Pia McLaine

sainteulaliafourthgrade@gmail.com


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Below is a brief outline of what children enrolled in St. Eulalia's Religious Education Program learn during Fourth Grade

As each grade builds from the previous, the students learn more in-depth about the bible, its use, praying the rosary and saying it reverently. The Ten Commandments are studied with a break down of each commandment, and the beatitudes, teaching the students how to live and bring about the kingdom of God.


Sign Up for Religious Education -- You can complete the online registration form or download the PDF registration form. The completed PDF can be emailed back to Mrs. Clancy or printed and placed in the Offertory Box in the church, mailed to the parish office (ATTN: Alysia Clancy), or dropped off at the parish office.

If you are new to our parish, you can register online or download and complete the parish census form.