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Our Lady of Lourdes High School
Chapter 3
Grade 10
Mrs. Safford
Fall 2014
Questions to Think About…
 Why is Mary said to be “full of grace?”
 How did Mary respond to grace?
 Who is Saint Joseph?
 What does the name Jesus mean?
 What does virgin birth mean?
 What is the Incarnation?
 How does Mary and Joseph willing to say yes, play a
part in human salvation?
Why is Mary said to be “full of
grace”?
 Mary is full of grace because of her Immaculate
Conception, a gift appropriate in virtue of her role as
Mother of God.
 It means that Mary was enriched by God’s gifts
appropriate to someone who would be the mother of
the Savior.
 Mary was wholly born by God’ grace which made it
possible for her to make her free assent of faith.
How did Mary respond to grace?
 Wholly borne by grace, Mary asserted and cooperated
in God’s plan and never committed an actual sin.
 Full of Grace expresses the fully developed doctrine of
the Immaculate Conception, which is “The most
Blessed Virgin Mary, in the first incidence of her
creation, by a singular grace and privilege granted by
Almighty God, (in view of the merits of Jesus Christ,
the Savior of the human race), was preserved free from
all stain of original sin.
Who is Saint Joseph?
 Mary’s spouse, Joseph, a “just man” also freely
cooperated with God’s plan and became Jesus’ foster
father, helping provide a human family for Christ.
 Joseph’s Annunciation is he had discovered that Mary
was going to have a baby. In a dream, he learned from
an angel that he should not be afraid to take Mary as
his wife because the child was conceived by the Holy
Spirit.
What does the name Jesus mean?
 The name “Jesus” means “God saves”. It expresses
Jesus’ identity and mission as the Son of God who
would save the people from their sins.
What does Virgin Birth mean?
 It mean that Jesus was conceived solely by the power of
the Holy Spirit, in the womb of the Virgin Mary.
 Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit without human
seed.
What is the Incarnation?
 It is the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, in
the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
 Video: God in Human Form
How does Mary and Joseph willingness to say Yes
to God’s plan play a part in God’s salvation?
 God counts on faith filled cooperation to implement
his plan of salvation.
 Man’s role is to cooperate freely with God.
Assignment
Define on a piece of paper the following terms:
 Annunciation
 Atonement
 Immaculate Conception
 Incarnation
 Justification
 Pascal Mystery
 Presentation
 Visitation
This will count as a homework grade.
Assignment
 You will be given a graphic organizer and you are to
comparing the differences and similarities between
the Ark of the covenant and the ark of the new
covenant in regards to nourishment, authority, and
teaching.
 You may use your book.
 This assignment will count as a quiz grade.
Questions to Think About…
 What do the genealogies of Luke and Matthew teach?
 How are they similar and how are they different?
 What is the basic point of Luke’s genealogy?
 How does Matthew’s genealogy support kingship?
 What is significant of Matthew’s inclusion of women in his
genealogy?
 Why is Mary properly called the Ark of the New Covenant?
 How is the Hail Mary prayer one way in which Mary’s
declaration that “All generations will be blessed” come true?
What do the genealogies teach?
 Luke and Matthew’s genealogies teach us that Jesus
Christ is the son of Abraham in the line of the Davidic
Kings and a son of Adam whose salvation is for all
men, both the chosen people and Gentiles of every age
and condition.
What is the most basic difference between Luke
and Matthew’s genealogies of Christ’s ancestry?
Luke
 Luke begins with Jesus and
traces him back to Adam.
Matthew
 Matthew begins with
Abraham and traces his
descendents forward through
David to Jesus.
What is the basic point of Luke’s
genealogy?
 Jesus is the “New Adam”
 Not only is he a descendent of Adam, but he will
redeem every descendent of Adam.
How does Matthew’s genealogy
support Jesus’ kingship?
 It shows that Jesus is the descendent of a long line of
Davidic Kings.
What is significant of Matthew’s inclusion of
women in his genealogy?
 It was customary to limit genealogies to a person’s male
ancestors reflecting the attitude of insignificance of
women.
 Matthew’s inclusion reflected that Christ would restore
women to their original dignity and equality with men.
Why is Mary properly called the Ark of
the New Covenant?
 In her womb she carried Jesus Christ , the presence of
God on earth, who would establish the new covenant
in his blood.
 Mary’s visit to Elizabeth reveals that the pregnant
Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant.
How is the Hail Mary prayer one way in which Mary’s
declaration that “All generations will be blessed” come
true?
 In the Hail Mary, we repeat the words of the Angel
Gabriel and Elizabeth, a prayer said by millions of
people every day.
Video: Prayer and Song
Questions to Think About…
 What is the Nativity?
 What is Christian poverty?
 Who were the first persons to realize the good news of
Jesus’ birth?
 Why were the shepherds unlikely candidates to receive
the news that a new King of the Jews has been born?
 What does the Angel’s announcement “For to you is born
this day in the city of David, a Savior, who is Jesus Christ
the Lord, mean?
 What is the significance of the three gifts that the
wise men brought?
What is the Nativity?
 Jesus was born in poverty in a stable in Bethlehem,
witnessed by lowly shepherds and wise Gentiles.
 Video: A Child is Born
What is Christian Poverty?
 We are called to live the virtue of Christian poverty,
which is detachment from material things.
 Examples of the poverty that Christ lived at the
beginning and end of His Life is that He was born in
a stable and on the cross he died and was stripped of
everything.
Who are the first persons to realize
the good news of Jesus’ birth?
 The shepherds who were watching their flocks in the
fields surrounding Bethlehem.
Why were the shepherds unlikely
candidates to receive the news that a
new King of the Jews has been born?
 They were poor and ignorant members of the
lowest class of Jewish society.
What does the Angel’s announcement “For to you is
born this day in the city of David, a Savior, who is Jesus
Christ the Lord, mean?
 Christ was born for them, the poor and lowly.
 He is the one indicated in Micah’s prophecy that a
ruler would come from the city of David, and so from
David’s line.
 He is the long awaited Messiah.
 Jesus is the Lord means He is the Son of God.
What is the significance of the three
gifts that the wise men brought?
 Gold, frankincense, and myrrh represented Christ’s
kingship, his priesthood, and his crucifixion.
Questions to Think About…
 What did Simeon and Anna recognize in Jesus?
What did Simeon and Anna
recognize in the Baby Jesus?
 They recognized that he was the Messiah.
Assignment
Explain who the following people are in the Bible
 Anna
 Elizabeth
 Gabriel
 Magi
 Mary
 Simeon
This assignment will count as a homework grade.
Questions to Think About…
 Why was Jesus able to be a whole day without
his parents knowing it?
 How long was Jesus lost to Mary and Joseph?
 How was the finding in the temple a revelation
of Christ’s divinity?
Why was Jesus able to be lost for a whole
day without his parents knowing it
 The men and women were traveling in separate groups.
 Jesus was twelve and he would be able to travel in either the
men or women’s groups.
 Probably Joseph and Mary thought that Jesus was with the
other.
How long was Jesus lost to Mary and
Joseph?
 3 days
How was the finding in the temple
a revelation of Christ’s divinity?
 Even though Jesus was only 12, the teachers of Judaism
were amazed by Jesus understanding.
 Jesus told his parents that he was in his Father’s house,
meaning that God was his Father.
Assignment
Write a newspaper account, as you are the reporter of
one of the events from this chapter.
You may use one of the following :
 the birth of Jesus
 the visitation
 the presentation
 the finding in the temple
This should be typed and will count as a test grade.
Questions to Think About…
 Why did God become man?
 What four reasons for why God became man?
 What are examples of Jesus’ redemptive actions?
 How does Christ’s Passion compare to Adam’s felix
culpa?
 What is the difference between actual and sanctifying
graces?
Why did God Become Man?
 God became man to reconcile us with God by making
expiation for our sins by his life and sufferings.
 God became man to show us the depths of his love.
What four reasons for why God
became man?
 To make expiation of our sins
 To manifest the depths of God’s love.
 To give us a model of holiness
 To allow us to share in Christ’s divine life.
What are examples of Jesus’
redemptive actions?
 Christ’s poverty which enriches us
 Jesus’ hidden life of submission which atones for our
disobedience
 Jesus’ preaching, which purifies us
 Jesus’ taking of our infirmities which heals and
exorcises us.
How does Christ’s passion
compare to Adam’s felix culpa?
 Christ won our salvation and showed the depths of his
love something which would not have happen if Adam
did not sin.
What is the difference between
sanctifying and actual graces?
 Sanctifying Graces- It is the free and unmerited favor
of God given through the Sacraments. This grace
heals human nature wounded by sin by giving man a
share in the divine life infused into the soul by the
Holy Spirit.
 Actual Graces- They are specific interventions by God
that help us whether at the beginning of conversion or
in the course of work of sanctification.
Questions to Think About…
 Why did God became man?
 How does sanctifying grace change our relationship
with God?
 What is required of us to share in God’s divine life?
 What is the New Commandment of Christ?
 What does it mean when the CCC 460 says that we
are partakers of the divine nature?
Why did God became Man?
 God became man to give us a model of holiness for us
to imitate.
 God also became man to give us a share in his own
divine life by making us his children.
How does sanctifying grace change our
relationship with God?
 We go from being images of God to sons and
daughters of God. This is also called divine filiation.
 Divine filiation is more than just imitating Christ,
since we are actually sharing in Christ’s love.
What is required of us to share in
God’s divine life?
 We have to make an effort to conform our lives to the
words and actions of Christ.
What is the new commandment of
Christ?
What does it mean when the CCC 460 says that
we are partakers of the divine nature?
 It means becoming sons of God.
Christ’s Redemptive Life
 All of Christ’s love has redemptive value from his
Incarnation until his Ascension.
 The redemptive value of Christ’s hidden life shows our
ordinary life is also a means of sanctification.
Questions to Think About…
 How does it mean that the words of Christ are
redemptive and can purify conscience?
 What is an example of the power of Christ’s words om
the Sacraments?
 How do Christ’s words provoke conversion?
 How do Christ’s words help us examine our
consciences?
What does it mean that the words of
Christ are redemptive and can purify
conscience?
 It means that the actual words of Christ spoke save us and
take away our sins.
 The redemptive value of Christ’s hidden life shows our
ordinary life is also a means of sanctification.
What is an example of the power of
Christ’s words in the Sacraments?
 When a priest repeats Christ’s words from the Last Supper at
Mass, “This is my Body,” the bread over which he says the words
actually transforms into the Body of Christ.
How do Christ’s words provoke
conversion?
Hearing them teaches us to love our enemies, practice
detachments from material possessions, embrace our
crosses and forgive others.
How do Christ’s words help us
examine our consciences?
 Christ’s words prompt us to see the gap between Jesus’
teaching and conduct and our own. This can cut us to the
heart, and lead us to contrition and conversion.
Questions to Think About…
 What is compassion?
 How and when does Christ show compassion for
others?
 Why did Christ not abolish suffering when he came to
earth?
 What is Justification?
 What does redemption give the soul in addition to
forgiveness of sins?
What is compassion?
 Compassion is a special kind of love in which a person
identifies with the sufferings of another with a desire to
relieve his or her pain.
 Christ’s compassion is available to every person in his or
own suffering.
How and when does Christ show
compassion for others?
 He fed the hungry, healed the sick, raised the
dead, cast out demons, gave sight to the blind
and forgave sins during his limited time
on earth.
Why did Christ not abolish
suffering when he came to earth?
 Jesus did not come to remove every type of suffering,
but to redeem men from sin, which is the greatest evil.
 Video: Why does God let us suffer?
What is Justification?
 The sacrifice Christ made for the sins of mankind,
which paid the debt owed and which reconciled us
with God.
What does redemption give the soul in
addition to forgiveness of sins?
 It gives the soul sanctifying grace, the infused virtues of
faith, hope and charity, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
 Video: Is Jesus a Savior for Everyone?
Citations for this Chapter
from You Tube:
 Why does God let us suffer? Author: Christopher
Stefanick. http://youtu.be/gJUJpWI4xDk
 A Child is Born. Author: Christopher Stefanick.
http://youtu.be/V6a4ZxAisMU
 Hail Mary, Gentle Woman. Author: John Rodgers.
http://youtu.be/RERoQ1biLdE
 C4 Ignite Your Faith. Author: Archdiocese of Milwaukee
with Bishop Don Hying.
 Is Jesus a Savior for Everyone.
http://youtu.be/tL6Y4waU2as
 God in Human Form. http://youtu.be/6K6D6Vwvq5E
Citations for this Chapter
 Armenio, Rev. Peter. The Mystery of Redemption and
Christian Discipleship. 1st ed. Woodridge: Midwest
Theological Forum, 2010.
 Pictures were taken from various sources via Google
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