Objective:  In this course, students will learn about St. Francis Xavier. Students will learn about his relationship with other influential Catholic figures and how his mission to restore Christian values lead him to India and Japan.

Why was it difficult to spread Christianity in Japan?

Learn this and more with this inspiring course on St. Francis Xavier.

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 1

    • Introduction

    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

    • Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 1 - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE

    • Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 1 - VIDEO

    • Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 1 - QUIZ

  • 02

    Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 2

    • Introduction

    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

    • Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 2 - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE

    • Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 2 - VIDEO

    • Religious Education - Elementary - Catechism - St. Francis Xavier - Lesson 2 - QUIZ

Instructor(s)

Instructor Bio:

Marissa Romero is Vice President of Digital Media. She also is a dedicated writer and Managing Editor for Catholic Online where she has worked for many years. She is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned a bachelor's degree in Communications. She is committed to her mission of promoting excellence in Catholic Education.

Marissa Romero

Professor