One Eight Teen Journal
One Eight Teen Journal
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One Eight Teen Journal

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For the Journey and Beyond

The mission that we are strengthened in when we receive the Sacrament of Confirmation lasts a lifetime. It makes sense that the resource we use during our preparation should also stay with us. The One Eight Teen Journal is a perfect complement for teenagers at a parish using the One Eight Confirmation Curriculum. This is more than a textbook – it is a journal and companion filled with quotes from the saints, Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and other teen testimonies that will take each session even deeper.

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  • The Mission

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    The One Eight Teen Journal complements and enhances confirmation preparation for a teenager by challenging them to process and engage their faith every week.
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    • Quotes and excerpts from other Catholic authors and books provide material to go deeper
    • Full quotes from Sacred Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church
    • Weekly challenges and journal questions
    • References from each One Eight session
    • Pairs perfectly with One Eight
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    One Eight was created by a team of writers that are all actively involved in youth minister and are passionate about the impact that sacramental preparation, especially for the Sacrament of Confirmation, can have on the lives of teenagers.
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Who Needs It

Any high school teenager at a parish using the One Eight Confirmation Curriculum will find this journal vital to their confirmation journey.

Using This Book

This book is designed to be used as a companion for teens going through the One Eight Confirmation Curriculum. Purchase a copy for every teen annually and encourage them to keep their journal with them through high school and into college.