We are learning how why Jesus blessed those persecuted for doing what is right. We have been learning about the Beatitudes. These were the blessings that Jesus used to teach us how to live. Please remind yourself of them by watching the video below. Read about the interesting life of the Blessed Miguel Pro SJ (1871-1927) in the powerpoint. Blessed Miguel Pro SJ was not only good at acting, dressing up in disguise and dodging the police, he also played the guitar, wrote poetry and was good at sketching cartoons. He used all his gifts to help people and bring them closer to Jesus. He often sent postcards to his friends with his own cartoon on them – these usually indicated something about his own life or a word of advice to others. Task: Choose to either create a piece of Art to bring people closer to God or make a list of the ways Fr Miguel’s life could inspire others.
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