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How do we as Catholics
start our week off?
We start our week off by
attending and participating in
the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
In other words…We go to Mass.
How do we as Catholics
start our week off?
Why?
Why do we start our week
off by going to Mass?
Because we owe everything to
God.
Why do we start our week
off by going to Mass?
How much of our lives do
we owe to God?
100%
How much of our lives do
we owe to God?
How do we as Catholics
begin each day?
We begin each day in prayer.
We pray “The Morning
Offering.”
How do we as Catholics
begin each day?
Then Bishop Baker will
say: “Let’s pray ‘The Morning
Offering’ together.”
Oh Jesus, through the Immaculate Heart of
Mary, I offer you all my prayers, works, joys, and
sufferings of this day for all the intentions of your Most
Sacred Heart, in union with the most holy sacrifice of
the Mass throughout the world, in reparation for my
sins, for the intentions of all, and in particular, the Holy
Father’s intensions.
I wish to gain all the indulgences attached to the
prayers I shall say and the good works I shall perform
this day.
Amen
Pray the Morning
Offering by yourself:
What is a Sacrament?
A Sacrament is an
efficacious sign of grace,
instituted by Christ and
entrusted to the Church, by
which Divine Life is
dispensed to us by the work
of the Holy Spirit.
What is a Sacrament?
What are the 5 aspects of
a Sacrament?
1. An Efficacious Sign of Grace
2. Instituted by Christ
3. Entrusted to the Church
4. By which Divine Life is
dispensed to us
5. By the work of the Holy Spirit
What are the 5 aspects of
a Sacrament?
1. An Efficacious Sign of Grace
2. Instituted by Christ
3. Entrusted to the Church
4. By which Divine Life is
dispensed to us
5. By the work of the Holy Spirit
What does Efficacious
mean?
It means that the sacraments
do what they intend to do
every time.
They bring about the desired
result.
What does Efficacious
mean?
What does Sign of Grace
mean?
A sign is something that
points to something else.
In a sacrament there is a
sign that points to the Grace
we will receive from God.
What does sign of Grace
mean?
What does instituted by
Christ mean?
It means that Christ gave us
each and every sacrament.
What does instituted by
Christ mean?
What does entrusted to
the Church mean?
It means that the Church has
been given the care of the
Sacraments.
What does entrusted to
the Church mean?
What does ‘by which
Divine Life is dispensed
to us’ mean?
It means that the Church
dispenses the sacraments to us.
We come to the Church and
receive the sacraments.
AND each Sacrament gives us
Divine Life—God’s Life making us
holy.
What does ‘by which
Divine Life is dispensed
to us’ mean?
What does ‘by the work
of the Holy Spirit’ mean?
It means that Holy Spirit is at
work in each Sacrament.
What does ‘by the work
of the Holy Spirit’ mean?
What are the gifts that
God has given to us?
The 4 T’s:
Time, Talent, Treasure, and
Tradition
What are the gifts that
God has given to us?
What is Stewardship?
Stewardship is taking our
Time, Talent, Treasure, and
Tradition that has been given
to us by God and giving it
back to Him in ways that will
serve Him and others.
What is Stewardship?
Stewardship is taking our
_____, _____, ______, and
_______ that has been given
to us by God and _____ it
back to ___ in ways that will
______ Him and others.
What is Stewardship?
Stewardship is _______ our
_____, _____, ______, and
_______ that has been given
to us by God and _____ __
____ to ___ in ____ ____ ___
______ Him and _______.
What is Stewardship?
Stewardship is….
What is Temporal
Punishment?
There are two consequences
for every sin we commit: Guilt
and Temporal Punishment.
Temporal Punishment is the
debt we owe for every sin we
commit.
What is Temporal
Punishment?
Temporal Punishment is the
_____we ____ for every ___
we commit.
What is Temporal
Punishment?
What are indulgences?
Indulgences are pardons for
Temporal Punishment that
we owe for the sins we have
committed.
What are indulgences?
Indulgences are _____ for
_______ _________ that we
_____ for the ______ we have
________.
What are indulgences?
Give an example of an
indulgence that we can gain.
1) Praying the stations of the
cross in a church.
2) Praying the Rosary with a
group; in a family; or by
yourself in a church.
3) Praying for 30 minutes before
the Blessed Sacrament.
4) Read Scripture for a half hour.
Give an example of an
indulgence that we can gain.
1) Praying the stations of the
cross in a church.
2) Praying the Rosary with a
group; as a family; or by
yourself in a church.
3) Praying for 30 minutes before
the Blessed Sacrament.
4) Read Scripture for a half hour.
What are the Ten Commandments
 I, the Lord, am your God. You shall have no other
gods besides me.
 You shall not take the name of the Lord, your God,
in vain.
 Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.
 Honor your father and your mother.
 You shall not kill
 You shall not commit adultery
 You shall not Steal.
 You shall not bear false witness against your
neighbor.
 You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife.
 You shall not coven you neighbor’s possessions.
What are the Ten Commandments
 I, the Lord, am your God. You shall have no other
gods besides me.
 You shall not take the name of the Lord, your God,
in vain.
 Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.
 Honor your father and your mother.
 You shall not kill
 You shall not commit adultery
 You shall not Steal.
 You shall not bear false witness against your
neighbor.
 You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife.
 You shall not coven you neighbor’s possessions.
Which Commandment
really speaks to you?
This is what I would say:
The first commandment speaks to me
because it tells us to love God the most. If
we loved God the most all of the time, we
would never break the other
commandments.
But you can choose any commandment you
wish. Just have a reason.
What is Confirmation?
Confirmation is sacrament of
initiation in which the Bishop
anoints the recipient on the
forehead with chrism and the
laying on of hands.
(Anointing with Chrism permanently marks
the recipient as a witness for Christ. The
laying on of hands gives the recipient the
full outpouring of the Holy Spirit.)
What is Confirmation?
What are the effects of the
Sacrament of Confirmation?
•Confirmation completes the grace of
Baptism
•It is the full outpouring of the Holy
Spirit.
•It seals and confirms us in union with
Christ.
•It calls us to a greater participation in
worship and apostolic life.
•It calls us to deeper stewardship.
What are the effects of the
Sacrament of Confirmation?
•Confirmation completes the grace of
Baptism
•It is the full outpouring of the Holy
Spirit.
•It seals and confirms us in union with
Christ.
•It calls us to a greater participation in
worship and apostolic life.
•It calls us to deeper stewardship.
What are the Precepts of the Church?
•Assist at mass on Sundays & Holy Days of
Obligation doing no unnecessary work
•Confess serious sins at least once a year.
•Receive Holy Communion frequently and at a
minimum during the Easter season.
•Contribute to the support of the Church.
•Observe the laws of the Church concerning
marriage and give religious training to one’s
children by word, example, and use of parish
schools or catechetical programs.
•Join in the missionary spirit and work of the
Church.
What are the 7 gifts of the Holy
Spirit? WURK CRW
•Wisdom
•Understanding
•Right Judgment
•Knowledge
•Courage
•Reverence
•Wonder and Awe
What are the 7 gifts of the Holy
Spirit? WURK CRW
•Wisdom
•Understanding
•Right Judgment
•Knowledge
•Courage
•Reverence
•Wonder and Awe
•Charity; Chastity,
•Faithfulness
•Goodness
What are the
12 Fruits
•Humility
of the Holy Spirit?
CC F G H J K L M PP S •Joy
•Kindness
•Long Suffering
•Modesty
•Patience; Peace
•Self-Control
•Charity; Chastity
•Faithfulness
•Goodness
What are the
•Humility
12 Fruits
of the Holy Spirit?
CC F G H J K L M PP S •Joy
•Kindness
•Long Suffering
•Modesty
•Patience; Peace
•Self-Control

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