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PCP II's Model's of the Church

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on 12 November 2016

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Transcript of PCP II's Model's of the Church

PCP II's Model's of the Church
The Church is the Church of the Poor
a. To embrace and practice the
evangelical spirit of Poverty
b. To give your preferential attention to
the poor
c. To collaborate with poor in order to
d. To vindicate the rights of the poor
e. To encourage the poor to become
The Church is a Community of Families
a. Church is a household or family
b. Everyone is called to obey the will of
the father
c. The risen Christ is instrumental in
creating new relationships
d. The church encourages families to
welcome and grow in solidarity with
one another
The Church is a Community of Families
a. They set all members by focusing on
the image of the church
b. We are reminded that any renewal in
the church starts with in the family
c. Filipinos show their love and concern
for their own families never going
beyond their neighborhood
The Church is a community-in-mission
a. It exists for the world
b. Special missionary vocation to
proclaim the good news
Essential Questions
The Church is the Church of the Poor
a. Five years of Christianization
b. Majority of Filipino Christians are still
in conditions of poverty
c. Jesus himself was poor
d. Blessed are the poor for theirs is the
kingdom of Heaven

a. For you, what is a perfect
model of a church?
b. Why are there different models
of a church?
c. What is the significance of
learning church history?
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