March 27 Edition – Faithfulness
The articles and artwork of each Tablet Jr. are created by the students of the diocesan academies, and each month there is a new theme and a new academy.
“Faithfulness is the theme of this edition. Notre Dame Catholic Academy in Ridgewood, Queens, is this month’s academy to showcase its journalistic skills. Enjoy reading the additional student submissions as well as the Teacher Resources below. Let us know what you think!
Where Faith Meets Politics
BY Angel Janeo and Victoria Qiu, GR. 7
Faith and politics don’t exactly fit together like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Just like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, it can be sticky and messy, yet they work together.
FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE THE COVER PAGE OF THE TABLET Jr.
Faith is Greater Than Fear
BY Kamil Talyshinski and Kujo Radoncic, GR. 7
How does faithfulness survive during the unthinkable? A pandemic. How do schools, their leaders, and their students keep their faith during the unimaginable?
FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE PAGE 2 OF THE TABLET Jr.
During these difficult times, Notre Dame Catholic Academy School has triumphed and has developed their faith stronger than ever.
Every day, people are being brutally injured in times of war or crisis. Some feel like there is no escape, but others can find only one solution: their faith.
February 13, 2011.. In Wyckoff Hospital, NY inside a room in the ICU was my mom, her two brothers, her sister, and her parents.
I’m writing to tell you that I know at least two angels in my life that have shown me how to bring faith and hope back into people’s lives.
Have you ever heard of a doctor who traveled around the world just to help people? We have.
Have you ever heard of a food drive? Well, Estellas Messengers is one.
My community helps people coming from Egypt. People help comfort people still coming from Egypt.
If you like learning in school better than remote learning you think just like me.
Students submitted artwork and photos that represent the theme.
About the Tablet Jr.
A collaboration between CTN and The Tablet editorial staff, The Tablet Jr. includes stories written by middle-grade students from diocesan schools as well as student-created artwork. Additional elements include a question-and-answer column, a diocesan history column, fun activities such as word puzzles, and a news article written by a member of The Tablet staff.