Catholic School Kindergarteners Learn About Respect for Human Life

by Sister Kathleen on January 22, 2014

Franciscan Sister of Christian Charity Sister Kathleen Murphy shares how her St. Francis of Assisi, Greenwood, MS kindergarten class learn about respect for human life.

January 22nd has become a day for many to call to mind the value of the gift of life.  Kindergarteners at St. Francis of Assisi School in Greenwood, MS are learning that God creates everything out of love, especially each of us.

St. Francis of Assisi Greenwood MS Kindergarten learn about respect for human lifeThey talked about how fragile a little baby is and how much love and care is required to nurture that little life. Some big brothers and big sisters showed the rest how to hold a baby with love. They are busy working in their coloring books while learning about how their lives began in God’s sight.

The children were awed at seeing the picture of the baby before it was born.  These little ones are convinced that they have been God’s child since long before they were born!  What an inspiration they are to all the adults they will touch!

3 thoughts on “Catholic School Kindergarteners Learn About Respect for Human Life”

  1. Catherine Gilles says:

    Life is so precious! Thank you, Sr. Kathleen, for sharing the beautiful way your kinders are learning about it.

  2. Sister Julie Ann says:

    A real lesson on reverence for life captured in words and photos! Inspiring!

  3. Sister Carol Ann says:

    Sister Kathleen, all I can say is WOW! You must have many “wow” moments during your days with the little ones.

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