The video "What Is Social Justice?" by the Love Alliance, available on YouTube (1:06), is a series of young people sharing answers to this question. It may be helpful on day 1.
The video "Voices of Youth on Social Justice," by the International Labour Organization, available on YouTube (2:59), defines social justice. Young people from all over the world give examples of social justice. The video may be helpful on day 1.
The Jason Evert video "Love vs. Lust," available on YouTube (2:22), is best used on day 2.
The Jason Evert video "Love as the Motivation for Chastity," available on YouTube (2:22), is best used on day 1.
The song “You Are Near,” by Dan Schutte (Oregon Catholic Press), is a contemporary musical setting of Psalm 139, which is partially printed on pages 38–39 in the Handbook. You might like to play the song at the end of day 1.
The song/video "Hey, World," by Petra and performed by Caroline Chevin, is available on YouTube (4:04). The song tells the story of courageous choices—choosing life instead of abortion or suicide—and affirms God’s gift of life. It is best used on day 1.
In the video "World Peace Day 2014," by Isha USA, available on YouTube (4:20), several speakers give short talks on world peace. It is best used on day 4.
This prayer for a large group asks for our eyes to be opened to the injustices in the world and our souls to be strengthened by Christ’s presence.
A sample of how to create a relationship map.
A list of justice-centered biblical passages that can be used for preparing class prayers and liturgies, as a resource for assignments, and for your own reflection and prayer.
A personal story about living out the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.
A personal story about the life affirming ‘yeses’ within the Church.
A personal story about leading a just life every day.
A personal story about having a spirit of solidarity with those in need.
A personal story about defending the dignity of others.
A personal story about using the circle of social action.
A personal story about actively living out the principles of social justice.
A personal story about how rules are created out of love and how obedience to those rules ensures lasting happiness.
In the time allotted for this exercise, answer each question to the best of your knowledge. Each set of questions corresponds to the units you will study in this course and represents content you will cover in more detail in …
This is a short video on Saint Oscar Romero.
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Revelation and the Old Testament is the first semester course in the new high school series Live Jesus in Our Hearts. This series takes a fresh approach to the Framework outline, bringing in new themes such as in-depth use of scripture, extensive online resources, and an invitational, evangelizing approach.
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Sr. Helen Prejean discusses the violence of capital punishment.
A student observation form for the Socratic seminar.
A student evaluation sheet for the Socratic seminar.
Rubric for Final Performance Tasks for Unit 5 of “Catholic Social Teaching: Christian Life in Society.”
A grading rubric for the final performance task options for Unit 5 of “Catholic Social Teaching: Christian Life in Society.”
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