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Catholic Formation

An Introduction, a Catechism Review, and a Conclusion.
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Aaron Loch

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The one you choose to spend the most time with is...
your best friend
an experience of Jesus
What do angels look like?
Do men become angels when they die?
Nothing
Once a man always a man
Can angels sin?
Only once
John 3:16
Luke 1:26-27
How old was Mary when Jesus died?
What is the Dormition of Mary?
About 50 years old
Who are Jesus' brothers and sisters?
Jesus' cousins
The time just before she went to heaven with her body
John 19:26
What did the Pope Francis say everyone needs to ask God for?
Matthew 16:18-19
Who is the only person Jesus called Satan and who is the only person that called Jesus "the Son of the Living God"?
What do you call a person that can elect a Pope?
How many priests are there?
400,000 or
1 for every 20,000 people
Quo vadis, Domine?
1 Corinthians 15:3-4
John 1:1
John 15:15
Ephesians 1:21
Colossians 1:16
2 Corinthians 10:4
Seraphim
Cherubim
Thrones
Dominions
Virtues
Powers

Principalities
Archangels
Angels
What are the great monotheist religions?
What makes Catholics different from the rest?
Why do you exist?
Did Jesus know Greek?
Probably
Could you read the Bible in Latin in the year 200?
Could you read the New Testament in Hebrew in 100 BC?
In what languages could you read the Old Testament in the 17th century?
No
No
Hebrew, Greek, and Latin
Why do we need God?
Why is there something rather than nothing?
To serve and adore, to know and love
Good spreads itself around.
To be happy
What did God create on Friday?
In how many days did God create the world?
What was the first thing God created?
Did nothing make everything?
Does a painting need a painter?
God is outside of time.
resurrection is about a new life
What is a good question to ask an atheist?
What was before God?
What is the difference between recesitation and resurrection?
Just when you think you know something you must look at it in a different way.
Faith is both a grace and a choice.
The Church is a hospital for the broken.
Is religion just following some rules.
Just because you do not understand
does not mean that it is not true.
Genesis 1-4, 6-9, 11-15, 18-19, 21-22,
24-25, 27-28, 32-33, 37-45, 48-49
Exodus 1-17
Leviticus 16
What does God look like?
What is death?
What is resurrection?
What is heaven?
What is hell?
Three in one: feast days for each
Make a rock he cannot lift
Eternal, all-powerful, all knowing, immutable
Can there be more than one God?
How many gods exist?
Where is God?
If everything comes from something where did God come from?
Could there be a rock that is uncreated?
What is Gods name?
I know there's water- because I'm thirsty
I know there's food- because I'm hungry
I know there's love- because love is all I wanna do
And I know that you're out there- because I
Long for you
Because I long for you
I know there's air- because I'm breathing
I know there's light- because I'm seeing
I know there's truth- because I believe it to be true
And I know that you're out there- because I
Long for you
Because I long for you
Because I long for you
You know I long for you
I need you to be there- I know you must be there
I know you share what I share
I know you care 'cause I care

I may be wrong- but I ain't never ever seen the proof
So I still believe that you're out there- because I
Long for you
Because I long for you
Because I long for you
You know I long for you
What are the preternatural gifts? infused knowledge, absence of concupiscence, and bodily immortality
draw heaven
draw hell
plan your perfect day in heaven
http://not4grownups.wordpress.com/
A long life adds up to about 650,000 hours.
If Nothing is better than God, and
a ham sandwich is better than nothing,
a ham sandwich is better than God.
Genesis 1-2 Creation
Genesis 3-4 Sin
Genesis 5-10 Noah
Genesis 11 Tower of Babel
Genesis 12-36 Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
Genesis 37-50 Joseph and Brothers
Exodus 1-15 Pharoah and Plagues
Exodus 16-40 The Desert
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
Numbers 1:7, 6:24-26, 13-14, 15:32-17:28, 20-21, 22-24
Joshua 1-6
The Law
Joshua
Judges
Ruth
Judges 3-4,6-16

Ruth
1 Samuel 1-24
2 Samuel 5-7, 23-24
1 Kings 1-3, 10, 17-19
2 Kings 2, 4-6, 18-19, 22
Tobit
Judith
Esther
1 Maccabees 1-2, 6:42-46
Job 1-2, 38, 42
Psalms1, 21, 23
Proverbs 1, 10
Ecclesiastes
Isaiah 6-7, 53
Jonah
Obadiah
Luke 1 and 2, Matthew 2, Mark, John, Luke 24, Acts, 1-3 John, Revelation
The Greatest Story Ever Told
Introduction to the New Testament

Matthew and Mark
Luke and Acts
John, John, John, John, and Revelation
Paul's Letters
Peter, James, and Jude
The Four Gospels

Matthew: Long and Quoting Scripture
Mark: Short and Strange Ending
Luke: Christmas and Mary
John: Paschal Mysteries
The Birth of God

Matthew 1 and 2: Geneology and Kings
Luke 1 and 2: Angels, Shepherds, Prophets, Songs
Magnificat, Benedictus, Nunc Dimittis
Feed
the
Hungry
Give Drink
to the
Thirsty
Clothe
the
Naked
Bury
the
Dead
Visit
the
Prisoners
Visit
the
Sick
Shelter
the
Homeless
The Stories of the Bible
Historical
Wisdom
Prophets
“The seed sown on the path is the one who hears the word of the kingdom
without understanding it,
and the evil one comes and steals away what was sown in his heart.” (Mt 13:19)
El Gran Milagro
Video
New Testament
He suffered, died, and rose for us
and is now the rightful King of the World.

For I am crucified with Christ
and yet I live,
it is Christ who lives within me.
-Galatians 2:20

613 Commandments
10 Commandments
2 Commandments
2 are positive
EXAMEN DE CONCIENCIA

Amarás al Señor tu Dios con todo el corazón, con toda el alma, con todas las fuerzas…

1. Amarás a Dios sobre todas las cosas.
 ¿Me he avergonzado de ser católico?
 ¿Busco activamente conocer mi fe?
 ¿Vivo realmente los momentos de oración o los dejo pasar como algo innecesario?
 ¿Me he involucrado en supersticiones, espiritismo, curanderos, adivinos, horóscopos, cosas demoníacas, incluso en forma de juego (güija, etc.)? Veces, agravantes…

2. No tomarás el nombre de Dios en vano.
 ¿He mentido adrede en la confesión o he callado algún pecado mortal? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿Comulgo en estado de gracia (sin pecado mortal)? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿Le tengo a Dios el respeto debido, incluso cuando he estado enojado por algo que me ha sucedido o a alguien cercano querido?
 ¿He blasfemado o hablado en contra de Dios o lo relacionado a él? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿He usado el nombre de Dios para juramentos innecesarios o falsos?
 ¿Trato con respeto a los objetos sagrados y a las personas que han consagrado su vida a Dios?

3. Santificarás las fiestas (litúrgicas).
 ¿He participado en misa los domingos y fiestas de precepto? ¿He participado en toda la misa o sólo en parte (llegado tarde, salido antes…)? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿He participado por las razones e intenciones correctas?
 ¿Me he confesado y he comulgado por lo menos una vez al año?
 ¿Participo activamente de la misa o busco las distracciones?
 ¿Tengo respeto por Cristo en la eucaristía presente en la capilla evitando la conversación, las señas, los chistes, la pereza? 
…y a tu prójimo como a ti mismo

4. Honrarás a tu padre y a tu madre
 ¿He desobedecido a mis padres en cosas justas? ¿He prestado atención a su consejo?
 ¿He tenido una relación de amor con mis padres o reduzco mi trato con ellos a pedirles mis necesidades?
 ¿Acepto sus órdenes o las contesto y argumento en contra cada que puedo?
 Ante la autoridad, ¿he mantenido actitudes de falta de respeto, de indiferencia, de desobediencia…?
 ¿Correspondo al esfuerzo de mis padres, profesores, tutores por mi formación y conducción al bien? ¿Les desafío, me revelo, me escapo de sus exigencias? ¿Los engaño, perjudicándome finalmente a mí mismo?
 ¿No acepto o no cumplo castigos y reparaciones merecidas?
 ¿Hago sin autorización lo que sólo podría hacer con permiso? ¿Fuerzo permisos que no me hacen bien?

5. No matarás
 ¿He maltratado o herido gravemente a alguien? ¿Lo he mandado hacer? ¿Lo he promovido?
 ¿He insultado o causado daño a alguien de palabra? ¿Los he criticado sin que ellos lo sepan, p
 ara dañar su fama? ¿Los he ridiculizado? ¿He entrado en discusiones fuertes innecesarias? ¿Me he dejado llevar por el enojo en mis reacciones?
 ¿He pensado mal de alguien o los he juzgado sin fundamento?
 ¿He guardado rencores, odios, deseos de venganza?
 ¿He consentido al pecado de gula, comiendo cantidades excesivas?
 ¿He tomado bebidas alcohólicas o sustancias semejantes sin permiso de mis padres? ¿Lo he hecho a tal punto de emborracharme o ponerme en ocasión próxima de hacerlo? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿He inducido a alguien al pecado, especialmente alguien sobre la que gozo de algún influjo por edad, desarrollo, conocimientos, superioridad, etc.?
 ¿He pedido perdón y perdonado cuando ha sido necesario? ¿Necesito pedir perdón o perdonar a alguien?
 ¿He dañado voluntariamente o por negligencia mi salud?
 ¿He hecho lo que estaba en mi poder para mejor la situación de los necesitados?
6. No cometerás adulterio & 9. No desearás la mujer de tu prójimo
 ¿Respeto mi situación y la de otras personas de casado o soltero?
 ¿Consiento a imaginaciones, memorias, pensamientos impuros? ¿Los elaboro yo a propósito? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿Uso un lenguaje ligero y vulgar haciendo del don de la sexualidad que Dios nos ha dado un juego, una curiosidad y creando un ambiente bajo en torno a él?
 ¿Cuándo miro a una persona, es con intención de conocerla como tal y con su libertad o de analizar su mero valor sexual, o para satisfacer un deseo sentimental o pasional? Veces, agravantes…
 ¿He consentido a ver imágenes, objetos, películas (etc.) obscenas o con el mero objetivo de excitarme? ¿las he compartido, propagado? ¿He inducido a otros a este tipo de pecado ¿He consentido a ver lo que no me pertenecía ver de otras personas o lo he procurado? ¿He leído cosas que describen obscenidades o me ponen en peligro de imaginaciones, pensamientos impuros o con el objetivo de excitarme? Veces…
 ¿He participado o promovido conversaciones sobre temas impuros, canciones, etc.? Veces…
 ¿He practicado la masturbación o actos semejantes o próximos o procurado este tipo de excitación? Veces…
 ¿He cometido otro tipo de acto impuro o que me ponen en peligro de cometer uno impuro? Veces, agravantes…

7. No robarás & 10. No codiciarás las cosas ajenas
 ¿He robado algo directamente o por colaboración? ¿De valor? ¿De necesidad para el otro? ¿Lo he restituido? ¿Lo he deseado o tramado?
 ¿He dañado a propósito los bienes ajenos? ¿He hecho reparación por el daño? ¿Lo he deseado o tramado?
 ¿Tengo envidia de los bienes o cualidades de mi prójimo?
 ¿Compro o vendo con engaño o estafando? ¿Compro productos de mercado negro?
 ¿Uso responsablemente el dinero que me ofrecen mis padres o lo gasto en mis caprichos?
 ¿He sobornado?
 ¿Comparto mis bienes en la medida de mis posibilidades?
 ¿He copiado en exámenes o los he resuelto con engaño?

8. No levantarás falso testimonio
 ¿He difamado o ridiculizado a los demás? ¿He hablado mal de ellos?
 ¿He compartido chismes o cuentos sobre alguien más a alguno que no era necesario que supiera? ¿Eran falsos, exagerados o no completos en reflejar la verdad? ¿He escuchado este tipo de conversaciones sin hacer nada? ¿Con placer?
 ¿He defendido la fama de alguien que ha sido calumniado?
 ¿He mentido abiertamente a alguien en un contexto serio (no de broma o como “carrilla”)?
 ¿He sido un testigo falso?
 ¿He revelado secretos serios o sin necesidad?


Los pecados son o mortales o veniales.
• Hay que confesar todos los mortales.
• Estos se confiesan diciendo la especie (el acto mismo, por ejemplo, no se dice pequé contra el primer mandamiento, sino comulgué en estado de pecado mortal), el número de veces cometido y los agravantes (por ejemplo, por una apuesta o para faltar al respeto, etc.)
• Para que un pecado sea mortal hay tres requisitos:
1. Materia grave
2. Total conocimiento
3. Pleno consentimiento


I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ,
the Only Begotten Son of God,
born of the Father
before all ages.
God from God,
Light from Light,
true God from true God,
begotten, not made,
consubstantial with the Father;
through him all things were made.
For us men and for our salvation
he came down from heaven,
and by the Holy Spirit
was incarnate
of the Virgin Mary,
and became man.
For our sake
he was crucified
under Pontius Pilate,
he suffered death
and was buried,
and rose again on the third day
in accordance with the Scriptures.
He ascended into heaven
and is seated at the right hand of the Father.
He will come again in glory
to judge the living and the dead
and his kingdom will have no end.

I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth;

and in Jesus Christ,
His only Son Our Lord,
Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary,
suffered under Pontius Pilate,
was crucified, died, and was buried.
He descended into Hell;
the third day He rose again from the dead;
He ascended into Heaven,
and sitteth at the right hand of God,
the Father almighty;
from thence He shall come
to judge the living and the dead.

I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the holy Catholic Church,
the communion of saints,
the forgiveness of sins,
the resurrection of the body
and life everlasting.
Amen.
I believe in one God,
the Father almighty,
maker of heaven and earth,
of all things visible and invisible.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the Lord, the giver of life,
who proceeds from the Father and the Son,
who with the Father and the Son is adored and glorified,
who has spoken through the prophets.
I believe in one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church.
I confess one baptism for the forgiveness of sins
and I look forward to the resurrection of the dead
and the life of the world to come. Amen.
Dilige et fac quod vis.
your best friend.
Timeline of Jesus' Childhood

Age, Event, Location
0 days, birth, Bethlehem
8 days, circumcision,synogogue of Bethlehem
40 days, presentation, temple of Jerusalem
about 1 year, visit of the Magi and flight, Egypt
about 2 years, return, Nazareth
12 years, lost, temple of Jerusalem
Fruits of the Holy Spirit
Galatians 5

1. Love
2. Joy
3. Peace

4. Patience
5. Kindness
6. Goodness

7. Faithfulness
8. Gentleness
9. Self-Control

A Fruit of the Holy Spirit is a visible attribute of Christian life.

Gifts of the Holy Spirit

The Gifts of the Holy Spirit perfect the mind and heart. (Grace builds on nature.)

Perfect the Mind:
1. Wisdom: seeing as God sees (Why is there evil?)
2. Knowledge: understanding of mysteries (The Eucharist)
3. Science: seeing God's glory in all things (Awe)
4. Counsel: spiritual prudence (not being deceived by temptations)

Perfect the Heart:
5. Fortitude: courage (in suffering and martyrdom)
6. Piety: the perfect love of a son for his father (like Aeneas)
7. Fear of the Lord: the perfect love of a lover for the beloved

Kinds of Prayer

1. Thanksgiving: Gratitude
2. Praise: Alleluia
3. Adoration: Being with Jesus
4. Ask for forgiveness: I am sorry
5. Ask: Petition

This is the order in which we should do them.
Introduction to Prayer

1. Make time for prayer
2. Quality over quantity
3. Don't drop God
4. "Prayer is a surge of the Heart." -Teresa of Lisieux, Carmelite
The Our Father
Matthew 6, Sermon on the Mount

Petitions for God
1. Hallowed be thy name
2. Thy Kingdom Come!
3. Thy will be done

Petitions for us
4. Give us this day our daily bread
5. Forgive us our trespasses
6. Lead us not into temptation
(7. Deliver us from evil)
Commandments of the Church

1. Mass on Solemnities (Sunday is a solemnity)
2. Confession once a year
3. Communion once a year (Easter time is best)
4. Fast and abstinence twice a year (Ash Wednesday and Good Friday) and fast every Friday
5. Give (5-10% is recommended of both time and money)
Effects of the Sacraments

Baptism: a creature of God becomes a son of God
Confirmation: spiritual maturity
Eucharist: the physical Presence of JesusChrist
Marriage: a man and a woman become one
Priesthood: a man becomes another Christ
Confession: forgiveness and healing
Anointing of the Sick: preparation for the final journey
Theological Virtues

1. Faith, Present
2. Hope, Future
3. Love, Never ends

A theological virtue comes from God and goes to God.

Faith is knowledge and trust.
Cardinal Virtues

1. Prudence, like the Gift of the Holy Spirit of Counsel
2. Justice
3. Fortitude, like the Gift of the Holy Spirit
4. Temperance, like the Fruit of the Holy Spirit of Self-Control
Capitol Sins: EGGSLAP

1. Envy: too much desire to be like someone else (the vice with no pleasure)
2. Gluttony: too much food
3. greed: too much desire for money
4. Sloth: too much rest
5. Lust: too much desire for pleasure
6. Anger: too little control
7. Pride: too much self
Sin can be an act,a desire, or both.
The process that leads to sin is called forgetting and the process that leads to grace is called remembering and has four steps:
1. Forget you need God
2. Slavery to sin
3. Remember you need God
4. God frees us from in
Commandments

1. God
2. Name
3. Day

4. Mom
5. Kill
6. Adultery
7. Steal
8. Lie

9. Desire 6
10. Desire 7
Sacraments

Initiation
1. Baptism for birth
2. Confirmation for maturity
3. Eucharist for nourishment

Service
4. Marriage for love
5. Priesthood for serving

Healing
6. Confession for sickness
7. Anointing of the Sick fpr death
Matter of the Sacraments

Baptism: water
Confirmation: chrism
Eucharist: bread and wine
Marriage: consent
Priesthood: laying on of hands
Confession: sin and sorrow
Anointing of the Sick: holy oil of the sick
Parts of a Sacrament

Matter: what can be seen
Form: what can be heard
Effect what it does
Minister: who does it
Eucharist: Thanksgiving: John 6

1.
2. Form: This is my Body
3. Effect: Physical Presence of Jesus Christ
4. Minister:
of consecration: priest
of cleaning the holy vessels: acolyte
of reading and song leading: lector
5.
6. Receiving
on the tongue: out of humility
on the hand like a crown: out of respect
7. Every piece of the Eucharist is all of Jesus Christ: Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity
How do we know what Jesus looked like? Holy Shroud

The Questions:
1. Who was Hitler?
2. Would you bury them alive?
3. Would you shoot them?
4. Would you blow up the house?
5. So, you value human life?
6. What do you think about abortion?
7. At what point does it become a human life?
8. Would you vote for someone that is pro-choice?
ζῶ δὲ οὐκέτι ἐγώ, ζῇ δὲ ἐν ἐμοὶ Χριστός· ὃ δὲ νῦν ζῶ ἐν σαρκί, ἐν πίστει ζῶ τῇ τοῦ Υἱοῦ τοῦ Θεοῦ τοῦ ἀγαπήσαντός με καὶ παραδόντος ἑαυτὸν ὑπὲρ ἐμοῦ.
παρέδωκα γὰρ ὑμῖν ἐν πρώτοις, ὃ καὶ παρέλαβον, ὅτι Χριστὸς ἀπέθανεν ὑπὲρ τῶν ἁμαρτιῶν ἡμῶν κατὰ τὰς γραφάς, καὶ ὅτι ἐτάφη, καὶ ὅτι ἐγήγερται τῇ ἡμέρᾳ τῇ τρίτῃ κατὰ τὰς γραφάς,
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