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After reading several pieces of information that might be shared by a friend, students decide which should be kept confidential and which might be shared with others.
For each of the following actions, write a selfish motivation and a selfless motivation. Responses have been supplied for the first action as examples.
Different scenarios that could potentially result in moral dilemmas.
Consider the following list of things. Which of them is necessary for you to have in order to be happy? Place a check mark in front of each one you feel is necessary.
Place a check mark in the column that best describes the item.
For each situation, determine whether the action itself is good, neutral, or bad; whether the intent is good; and whether the circumstances keep the person who is considering the action from acting freely.
We believe that because we are transformed by faith in the Risen Jesus, his presence in the world becomes more visible through us. Read the following statements that are based on Jesus’ teachings, and then answer the questions that follow. …
In the boxes below, give examples for each type of suffering, and respond to the questions that follow.
A worksheet to go along with the video Places in the Heart.
Each statement below is a core belief of the Catholic faith. Choose a symbol (“I get it,” “I’m unsure,” or “I don’t get it”) that best reflects your understanding of each belief. Then briefly explain what you might know about …
A worksheet with questions about the meaning of the family, the responsibilities of parents, the domestic Church, as well as the influence parents have on their children in their moral and spiritual development.
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