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Catholic Social Teaching: Learning and Living Justice supports the American bishops call for a renewed commitment to integrate and to share the riches of the Church's social teaching in Catholic education and formation at every level. It summarizes the key themes of Catholic social teaching as highlighted by the American bishops in Sharing Catholic Social Teaching. The text covers these other important principles: The Principle of the Dignity of the Human Person; The Principle of Respect for Human Life; The Principle of the Call to Family, Community, and Participation; The Principle of Rights and Responsibilities; The Principle of the Common Good; The Principle of the Preferential Option and Love for the Poor and Vulnerable; The Principle of the Dignity of Work and the Rights of Workers; The Principle of Solidarity; The Principle of Stewardship: Care for God's Creation.
Summarizes seven key themes of Catholic social teaching as highlighted by the American bishops in Sharing Catholic Social Teaching.
"Jesus Christ: God's Revelation to the World" provides a map for high school students to navigate the wonderful work of God--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit--in forming a People, giving a Law, and preparing for a Messiah. This text offers the perfect reading companion to the Bible--Old and New Testaments--through the lens of discovering the Lord, Jesus Christ. Developed in collaboration with esteemed religious educator, Michael Pennock, this course has been designed along with the U. S. Bishop's recommended high school curriculum framework, is rooted in Christology, and is written with the objective of strengthening a teen's friendship with Jesus. It has been found in conformity with the "Catechism of the Catholic Church. " In addition, the text is perfect for a one-semester course on Scripture, as it surveys the entire scope of the Old Testament and New Testament. "Jesus Christ: God's Revelation to the World" begins, however, by centering the study of Scripture on a person's natural instinct to search for God. St. Augustine wrote: "Our hearts are restless until they find rest and satisfaction in God our Creator. " This instinct leads students to a desire to uncover the path of God's Revelation, culminating in the Incarnation and the saving works of Jesus.
This book highlights on Christ's ministry on earth.
The Paschal Mystery of Christ's Cross and Resurrection stand at the center of the Good News. In "Jesus Christ: Source of Our Salvation," students learn in greater depth the saving actions of the Lord. More than a survey of the events of Salvation History, this text unpacks the meaning of God's sacred and mysterious plan from creation, to the consequences and promises of Original Sin, through his compassionate and loving care culminating in the life, Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Written in accord with Course III of the U. S. Bishops' doctrinal framework, this text will be published in advance of the Fall 2011 term. This textbook has been developed for course three of the Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. (c. 2010) This text has been found in conformity with the "Catechism of the Catholic Church. . "
Our Catholic Faith: Living What We Believe offers a general overview of the Catholic faith as outlined by the four pillars of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and is designed for use in an introductory Catholic high school theology course. Because students enter Catholic high school with diverse catechetical instruction and formation experiences, a primary objective of this text is to get students up to speed early in their high school careers. Students are challenged to accept Jesus, commit themselves to him through the Church, and to live lives of loving service.
Your Life in Christ introduces high school students to the essential message of Christian moral teaching--love of God and love of neighbor. Against this backdrop, students encounter and explore Catholic teaching that applies the mandate to love in real-life scenarios and situations. In a culture where moral relativism increasingly blurs distinctions between right and wrong, students quickly see that this subject couldn't be more relevant. Students consider and study such topics as conscience formation, law, Jesus as a moral guide, sin and forgiveness, respect for life, and sexuality.