Father John teaches his friends Renata, Timothy, and Leopold, the different parables from the Bible and examples in the lives of the Saints through animated stories and songs.
THE SPLINTER IN YOUR BROTHER'S EYE
Leopold dreams he is a sheriff, and thinks he’s doing the right thing by punishing bad stuff others have done. But when Fr. John reads a parable to the children, he realizes that he was the guilty one by judging others.
THE BIRDS OF THE AIR AND THE LILIES OF THE FIELD
Today’s lesson is based on the Parable of the Birds of the Air and the Lilies of the Field. The children learn they should not worry about money or clothes. Their most important priority is to put God in first place.
THE VINE AND THE BRANCHES
When some things are stolen from Leopold, he naturally wants revenge. But after hearing the Parable of the Vine and the Branches, he realizes that united to the Word of God, the Holy Spirit will help him to be better.
THE TEN VIRGINS
A silly argument between Renata, Leopold and Tim prompts Fr. John to share the Parable of the Foolish Virgins. Essential love is needed to be with Jesus in heaven, so the children must prepare their hearts to meet Him.
THE RICH MAN
Fr. John wins a basket of treats, but his friends don’t want to share. After reading Jesus’ Parable of the Rich Man, they recognize the danger of selfishness and the importance of making good choices in our lives.