Presentations for Youth

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Elizabeth provides a variety of engaging PowerPoint presentations for students in elementary school. They can be given in either classroom or assembly settings.

The Gift of the Sacrament of Reconciliation

For Elementary School Students — A presentation on the joy and celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, an often misunderstood and neglected sacrament. The talk covers the two-part gift of the sacrament: the forgiveness of sins and the power of grace and includes a reading of Elizabeth’s book, Child’s Guide to Reconciliation.

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The Making of an Author… and a Book

Ideal for Public or Parochial Elementary School — A great presentation for younger grades about how one becomes an author with an emphasis on focusing on reading and writing and a glimpse of Elizabeth’s experience as a new author. This presentation includes a reading of Elizabeth’s book Kid Tea, a picture book for young children.

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Developing a Personal Relationship with God

Elementary-Middle School Presentation (Ages 8-13) — Help provide children with practical ideas and activities to consciously choose Jesus Christ as a leader and avoid the harmful messages, distractions, and temptations of our world. This presentation draws from the wisdom of the book, The Imitation of Christ.

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The Amazing Mass

Elementary School Presentation, Adaptable for Junior High and High School — When young people begin to understand the rich treasure and amazing grace of the sacred Mass, their boredom departs and they begin to celebrate and respond to the gift God presents us every Sunday. This presentation is meant to be conducted in the sanctuary.

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Where Do Priests and Sisters Come From?

Elementary School Presentation — A discussion for younger grades on religious vocations, complete with a question and answer period and a reading of two of Elizabeth’s picture books, Where Do Priests Come From? and Where Do Sisters Come From?

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